The call of Deep Church is not just for theologians and church leaders; it is also about each individual Christian experiencing and knowing that Jesus rescues from the depths and changes them deeply ^In this book Frog and Amy Orr-Ewing...
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The call of Deep Church is not just for theologians and church leaders; it is also about each individual Christian experiencing and knowing that Jesus rescues from the depths and changes them deeply
^In this book Frog and Amy Orr-Ewing explore the^concept of Deep Church in a 21st-century context.^They argue that a missionary congregation needs to^be deeply evangelical and evangelistic, deeply reliant^on the power of the Holy Spirit, deeply engaged with^its surrounding culture and community, deeply^realistic about its limitations and temptations, and^deeply convinced of its faith, in the face of all other^worldviews and alternatives.
^^^Deep Church is about restoring the heart of the^Christian faith within a rapidly changing and demanding culture, without lurching from one new methodology to another, rescuing today's church from unnecessary disillusionment, and wholeheartedly embracing Christ and his Kingdom.
Orr-Ewing is currently the Pastor of St. Aldate's Church in Oxford.
Amy Orr-Ewing is Training Director of RZIM Zacharias Trust and Director of Programmes for the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. She gained a first class degree in Theology at Christ Church, Oxford University, before receiving a Masters degree in Theology at Kings College, London.
Amy has co-authored Holy Warriors: A Fresh Look at the Face of Extreme Islam and has contributed to the books God and the Generations and Worth Knowing: Wisdom for Women. Her latest books, Why Trust the Bible? (published under the title Is the Bible Intolerant? in North America) was shortlisted for the 2006 UK Christian Book Awards, and her next book is But Is It Real? (UK) and Is Believing in God Irrational?(USA).
Amy speaks and lectures on Christian Apologetics worldwide, at events such as the Keswick Convention and the European Leadership Forum, Hungary.She is married to Frog, who is a vicar in the Church of England, and they live in London with their twin boys.
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