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Why Genesis Matters

Creationism is debated widely in the US, especially when it comes to teaching creation as an alternative theory of origins in public schools. Every few months, there’s another poll showing that many Americans still believe Ussher’s claim  that the world was created around 4000 BC, which always elicits a contemptuous guffaw from pollsters and reporters. Genesis comes up in debates over same-sex marriage, one side summarized in Jerry Falwell’s quip that God didn’t create Adam and Steve. The story of… Read More

Canary in the Coal Shaft

Walker Percy died in 1990, but his six published novels and his collections of essays are more relevant than when he wrote them.

Percy was an American Dostoevsky, and that was no accident.  “The European novels,” he says in a 1974 interview, “are more philosophical, more novels of ideas.”  Dostoevsky, he noted, “would be inspired to write a novel because of some incident or newspaper story that made him mad or got him excited and he would set out to write… Read More

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About Trinity House

Trinity House believes the church, the body of Christ empowered by the Spirit, to be God’s chief human agent for the transformation of human society.

We envision a world full of churches that teach the Christian Scriptures as the Word of God in all their power and beauty; churches where the people of God sing Psalms, hymns, and songs in lively worship and eat and drink together each week around the Lord’s table; churches that live in obedience to the Lord Jesus and practice discipline together under the leadership of their pastors; churches whose members share in the mission of the Son and Spirit to bring about God’s kingdom of peace, justice, and love.

We equip our students for imaginative ministry and foster the development of their particular talents. We provide a context for our scholars and teachers to study the Scriptures, engage in theological research, instruct and mentor other ministers, teachers, and Christian laity, and pursue publication of their own work, all for the purposes of supporting the church’s work of teaching, worship, and cultural renewal.