A Heart with Four Chambers: A Theological Foundation for the Work of MWC's Four Commissions (Peace, Mission, Faith and Life, Deacons)

2012, 3 pp
The “Anabaptist tradition” is a historical movement, rooted in the sixteenth century Radical Reformation, of contextualizing the Bible’s apostolic and prophetic legacy as lived out by the early church. Tradition is a historic witness of moments of renewal and contextualization, a dynamic in need of permanent perpetuation.

The Radical Reformation – triggered by the Protestant Reformation but with roots in the historic medieval church – aimed to restore the church to a believer’s community, an ethic of love, and a Christian existence based on discipleship to Jesus. It understood the church (the Body of Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit) as the visible expression of God’s character, plan and presence in creation – God’s kingdom breaking into human history and moving toward a new creation.

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