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Dictionary of Everyday Theology and Culture
NAV Press / 2010 / Hardcover
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The layperson's practical guide to understanding and living out Christian theology. Packed with contemporary examples of core truths, this informative resource features more than 170 definitions in non-technical language; everyday applications that demonstrate how to live out the concepts; "For Further Reading" suggestions for in-depth study of a particular term; and more. 400 pages, hardcover from NavPress.
This guide to Christian theology and key social and cultural issues in the contemporary world will help you understand core Christian truths that provide the framework of the Christian worldview.
Part of The Navigators Reference Library, Dictionary of Everyday Theology and Culture
will give you a broader perspective on today's issues, what the Bible has to say, and how these truths can impact your spiritual growth and character.
Includes an alphabetical listing of more than 170 theological and cultural terms as well as definitions and applications.
Bruce Demarest, PhD, has taught theology for many years at Denver Seminary and currently serves as professor of Christian formation. Dr. Demarest has a PhD in biblical and historical theology from the University of Manchester. He has written several books on theology and spiritual formation, including Soul Guide , Satisfy Your Soul , Seasons of the Soul , and The Cross and Salvation .
Keith J. Matthews, DMin, is chair of the ministry department and professor of spiritual formation and contemporary culture at Azusa Pacific Universitys Graduate School of Theology. He is a longtime pastoral practitioner, having served in churches from coast to coast. He is also an adjunct professor at Fuller Theological Seminary. Matthews has written several articles and coauthored Dallas Willards study guide to The Divine Conspiracy .
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