Reformed Theology and Movements: What Can We Learn from Each Other?


  • J. R. Stevenson


In some current missiological discourse, Reformed theology and movement thinking are portrayed as contrary to each other. This article models and advocates constructive dialogue between these two streams of thought. Demonstrating connection points between Reformed theology and movement approaches, it suggests ways in which each can benefit from the other and offers paths for ongoing dialogue.

Author Biography

J. R. Stevenson

Serving among an unreached, Arabic-speaking people group; teaching elder in the Presbyterian Church in America