The Advent of Evangelicalism: Exploring Historical Continuities
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Contributors include: David W. Bebbington, Joel R. Beeke, John Coffey, Timothy George, Crawford Gribben, Michael A. G. Haykin, Paul Helm, D. Bruce Hindmarsh, David Ceri Jones, Thomas S. Kidd, Timothy Larsen, Cameron A. MacKenzie, A. T. B. McGowan, D. Densil Morgan, Ashley Null, Ian J. Shaw, Kenneth J. Stewart, Douglas A. Sweeney, Garry J. Williams, and Brandon G. Withrow.
Number of Pages: 432
Vendor: B&H Books
Publication Date: 2008
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This book provides just the kind of constructive dialogue that is sure to help us move ever closer to a more satisfying grasp of evangelical identity, not as a mere historical curiosity, but as a matter of self-knowledge for thoughtful action to the glory of God. Tom J. Nettles, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
The editors have arranged for some eighteen scholars to express themselves on the emergence of evangelicalism. It is their conviction that there is more continuity between the evangelicals and some involved in preceding awakenings of Christianity. And Bebbington, as the Christian scholar that he is, has welcomed this endeavor and himself contributed a response to further this invaluable process. Ian S. Rennie, dean emeritus, Tyndale Seminary, Toronto
Kenneth J. Stewart is professor of Theological Studies at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia.