The Gospel of Our King: Bible, Worldview, and the Mission of Every Christian
:This accessible overview shows how the Bible--with its 66 books, dozens of authors, and multiple genres--comes together to provide an overarching story about God the King and explains how the Christian gospel and mission address the totality of human life....
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:This accessible overview shows how the Bible--with its 66 books, dozens of authors, and multiple genres--comes together to provide an overarching story about God the King and explains how the Christian gospel and mission address the totality of human life.
Written by a biblical scholar and a theologian, The Gospel of Our King shows how any account of gospel and mission can only be understood in light of the whole biblical testimony. The authors help us understand the Bible's overarching narrative as the true story of the whole world. This story, revealed by God and centered on Jesus the King, enables us to know and love God and to fulfill his purpose for our lives. It is the framework within which we come to understand the Christian worldview, the Christian gospel, and the Christian mission. When we understand how the whole Bible fits together to shape the totality of a Christian's life, we will be prepared to show the goodness of Christ and the gospel to others in our personal, social, cultural, and global contexts.
Bruce Riley Ashford is married to Lauren, with whom he has two children, Riley Noelle and Anna Katherine. He was born in Chesapeake, VA, but spent his childhood years in Roseboro, NC. He received his B.A. in Communications from Campbell University. Upon graduation from Campbell, he entered Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he received his Master of Divinity. After spending two years in Central Asia as a university instructor, he returned to the United States to enter the Ph.D. program at Southeastern. He defended his dissertation, ?Wittgenstein's Impact on Anglo-American Theolog
- :<b>contents<br></b>introduction<br>1. Creation: <i>god The King And His Good Creation<br></i>2. Fall: <i>human Sin And Its Aftermath</i><br>3. Redemption: <i>covenant And Kingdom</i><br>4. Redemption: <i>new Covenant And Consummated Kingdom</i><br>5. Interlude: <i>worldview, Gospel, And Mission</i><br>6. A Theological Mission: <i>radical Monotheism For A Secular Age</i><br>7. A Social Mission: <i>relational Monotheism For An Individualistic Age</i><br>&#9;8.&#9;a Cultural Mission: <i>restorational Monotheism For A Decadent Age</i><br>&#9;9.&#9;an International Mission: <i>realized Monotheism For A Global Age</i><br>scripture Index&nbsp;<br>subject Index