Our approach is both ecumenical and orthodox, and our theological orientation is captured by what C.S. Lewis described as “mere Christianity.”


Our work includes regular communication through an active blog, a monthly newsletter, and meetings with advisory groups.


We are devoted to formation in the way of Christ as understood by classical, ecumenical Christian orthodoxy.


We encourage & cultivate friendships grounded in the knowledge, wisdom, and love of God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

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The Bailey Fellowship

Thanks to a generous gift from Dr. and Mrs. Early Bailey, the Center for Christian Faith & Culture is pleased to announce the Bailey Fellowship Program. The goal of the program is to develop and mentor individual students, encouraging them to embrace and...

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What is the Center for Christian Faith & Culture?

Christians in the Canton area are doing great things in ministry. Having lived here for some time now, I continue to be amazed by the students I encounter through Malone and the work many do after graduation – devoting themselves to Canton and other communities in...

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American Protestants and the Fullness of Faith

I was reading a friend's dissertation and came across a great statement from an essay by Dietrich Bonhoeffer, with which I was previously unfamiliar. Bonhoeffer remarked that American Protestant denominations are characterized by the tragic tendency to be more...

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Post-Biblical Evangelical Christians

Several years ago, I had an honors class conduct a research project. We broke students into groups of four and sent them into churches of their own choosing in order to examine biblical content in worship services. All of the groups chose to attend services at large,...

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On Irreligion and Drug Use

A friend alerted me to the following story today. Despite its utilitarian approach to religious conviction, the essay is certainly worth sharing. Parents do their best to provide a wholesome, healthy environment for children in the Newburyport area, yet it’s often to...

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The Church is not Dying, but…..

Ed Stetzer has written an essay for the Christianity Today blog that should be of interest to those who've been thinking about the secularization of American culture, the rise of the nones, etc. Stetzer insists that the church in American is not dying, and he worries...

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