We do no one any favors if we ignore or downplay core beliefs.
The response was not surprising. Some called it a "purge"; others a "witch hunt." In October, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF) told its 1,300 staff members that they are expected to abide by the organization's theological commitments — in particular those on human sexuality. If a staff member disagrees with IVCF's views (which are traditionally orthodox), they are expected to resign. We have a different name for IVCF's action: discipleship. continue reading >>