The September 2021 issue ofTabletalkwill give readers an overview of the Christian way. In the first few decades of the New Testament church, Christianity was often called “the Way” (Acts 9:2; 19:9, 23; 24:14, 22) because it gave believers a distinct manner of walking in the world that distinguished them from all other people. Frequently, Christians suffered persecution for following the Christian way, but their manner of life also prompted outsiders to seek to learn more about Jesus and what it means to be His disciple. In every era, Christians need to follow the Christian way in order to live faithfully—even in the face of suffering and persecution. This issue ofTabletalkwill offer assistance in this task by reminding readers of the situation we now face as Christians and what it means to follow the Christian way in the modern world.
Contributors include Steven J. Lawson, Mark E. Ross, Harry L. Reeder III, Grant R. Castleberry, Jon D. Payne, Rosaria Butterfield, Josh Buice, Kyle Borg, David W. Hall, Darrell B. Harrison, Jeremy Walker, Donny Friederichsen, William C. Godfrey, Eric Kamoga, Robert VanDoodewaard, Jeremy Pierre, Guy M. Richard, Tommy Park, and Dennis E. Johnson.