All of this draws attention to the very important question, how should we think about collaborating together with others who profess allegiance to Christ but hold differing beliefs about Him and the definition of the Gospel?

Two of the chief organizers of the Evangelical leadership movement known as Together for the Gospel, Mark Dever and Ligon Duncan have weighed in on this important topic.

Ligon Duncan explains why he signed The Manhattan Declaration, while Mark Dever's article lays out general principles for collaboration, asking the thought-provoking question, "how can Christians disagree well?" 

Alex Crain