The Futures of Evangelicalism: Issues and Prospects
Craig G. Bartholomew, Robin Parry, Andrew West
Kregel Academic, 2004 - Religion - 317 pages
An insightful assessment of the current state of evangelicalism and the varied directions it is poised to take, from influential and expert contributors, including Alister McGrath, Eugene Peterson, Kevin Vanhoozer, Graeme Goldsworthy, I. Howard Marshall, Gregory J. Laughery, Stephen Lazarus, Robin Parry, Jonathan Ruthven, Christopher Wright, and Andrew West.
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Evangelicalism and Biblical Interpretation
Evangelicalism and Biblical Theology I 24
Evangelicalism and Ethics
A Christian Worldview and the Futures of
Evangelical Spirituality 22 I
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