Cambridge Companion to Evangelical Theology
Evangelicalism, a vibrant and growing expression of historic Christian orthodoxy, is already one of the largest and most geographically diverse global religious movements. This Companion offers an up-to-date articulation of evangelical theology that is both faithful to historic evangelical convictions...
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Evangelicalism, a vibrant and growing expression of historic Christian orthodoxy, is already one of the largest and most geographically diverse global religious movements. This Companion offers an up-to-date articulation of evangelical theology that is both faithful to historic evangelical convictions and in dialogue with contemporary intellectual contexts and concerns. In addition to original and creative essays on central Christian doctrines such as Christ, the Trinity, and Justification, it breaks new ground by offering evangelical reflections on issues such as gender, race, culture, and world religions. This volume also moves beyond the confines of Anglo-American perspectives to offer separate essays exploring evangelical theology in African, Asian, and Latin American contexts. The contributors to this volume form an unrivalled list of many of today's most eminent evangelical theologians and important emerging voices.
Daniel J. Treier (Ph.D., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is associate professor of theology at Wheaton College. He is the author of Virtue and the Voice of God: Toward Theology as Wisdom (Eerdmans) Introducing Theological Interpretation of Scripture: Recovering a Christian Practice (Baker) and Ecclesiastes and Proverbs (Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible).
He is also co-editor of several books, including The Cambridge Companion to Evangelical Theology, Justification: What's at stake in the Current Debate, The Beauty of God: Theology and the Arts and the award-winning Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible.
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Timothy Larsen (Ph.D. University of Stirling, Scotland) is Professor of Theology at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and has been elected a Visiting Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge. He is the author or editor of numerous books including Christabel Pankhurst: Fundamentalism and Feminism in Coalition (Boydell, 2002), with Treier, D. The Cambridge Companion to Evangelical Theology (Cambridge University Press, 2007), with Husbands, M. Women, Ministry, and the Gospel: Exploring New Paradigms (InterVarsity Press, 2007).Crisis of Doubt: Honest Faith in Nineteenth-Century England (Oxford: Oxford University Press) was named The Book of the Year for 2006 by Books and Culture. and Biographical Dictionary of Evangelicals. is regarded as essential reading for those wishing to understand the development of Evangelicalism.
- 1. Defining And Locating "evangelicalism" Timothy Larsen; Part 1. Evangelicals And Christian Doctrine: 2. The Triune God Of The Gospel Kevin J. Vanhoozer; 3. Scripture And Hermeneutics Daniel J. Treier; 4. Jesus Christ John Webster; 5. The Human Person In The Christian Story Cherith Fee Nordling; 6. Justification And Atonement D. Stephen Long; 7. The Holy Spirit Terry L. Cross; 8. Conversion And Sanctification Mi-yon Chung; 9. The Church In Evangelical Theology And Practice Leanne Van Dyk; Part 2. The Contexts Of Evangelical Theology: 10. Evangelical Theology And Culture William A. Dyrness; 11. Evangelical Theology And Gender Elaine Storkey; 12. Race, And The Experience Of Death: Theologically Reappraising American Evangelicalism J. Kameron Carter; 13. Evangelical Theology And The Religions Veli-matti Karkkainen; 14. Evangelical Theology In African Contexts Tite Tienou; 15. Evangelical Theology In Asian Contexts Simon Chan; 16. British (and European) Evangelical Theologies Stephen R. Holmes; 17. Evangelical Theology In Latin American Contexts C. Rene Padilla; 18. Evangelical Theology In North American Contexts Timothy George.