Clark H Pinnock: Journey Toward Renewal
Evangelical theology in the twentieth century often wrestled with the ideas of Prof. Clark H. Pinnock of McMaster University. To understand the tensions of Pinnock's work is to grasp the diversity of theological options now confronting evangelicalism and to glimpse...
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Evangelical theology in the twentieth century often wrestled with the ideas of Prof. Clark H. Pinnock of McMaster University. To understand the tensions of Pinnock's work is to grasp the diversity of theological options now confronting evangelicalism and to glimpse the future of evangelical theology.This biblical conservative has interacted constructively with the whole Christian community -- Evangelicalism, Pentecostalism, Wesleyanism, Process Theology, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Roman Catholicism. Described as a theologian who has "prayed his head into his heart", Dr. Pinnock is not ashamed to say that he has changed his mind on theological issues several times. He insists that Christian theology is best done on one's knees.
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This intellectual biography of Dr. Clark H. Pinnock is a useful resource for college and seminary courses in theological method. It describes how a leading Evangelical thinker has developed his teachings on the doctrines of God, revelation, Scripture, and salvation over the past thirty years. Although Dr. Pinnock comes from a Baptist background, his recent writings show his movement toward Arminianism.
Barry L. Callen is professor emeritus of Anderson University and secretary of the Wesleyan Theological Society.