CPT Blog

  • New Bulletin of Ecclesial Theology: Essays on Work, Wealth, and Economics

    May 18, 2015 by Gerald Hiestand

    Volume 2.1, 2015 — ESSAYS ON WORK, WEALTH AND ECONOMICS | Download | Print Version | The CPT is happy to announce the publication of volume two of our Bulletin of Ecclesial Theology. As with last year’s BET, the content arises from the Center for Pastor Theologians’ two Fellowship Symposia. This year, the symposia were […]


  • The easiest and best way to help

    May 16, 2015 by Matthew Mason

    Motivation to pray, from the great Anglican theologian Richard Hooker (Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, V.23, paraphrased by me into slightly more contemporary language): Is there anything easier, yet more fruitful, that we can give to other people than our prayers? If we give advice, only the less wise need it. If our giving is charitable, only the poor are […]


  • New Book from CPT

    May 7, 2015 by Matthew Mason

    The Nebuchadnezzar Plan: Seven Years to a New You, by Pastor Gerry Standeasy, with Dr J. Brian Hood, MD. The complete diet and workout plan that conditions your body and humbles your heart. Nebuchadnezzar was the King of Babylon. Like so many of us, he was successful, respected, accomplished, and well fed. He had a great […]