Reformed Public Theology: A Global Vision for Life in the World
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Title: Reformed Public Theology: A Global Vision for Life in the World
By: Matthew Kaemingk
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Baker Academic
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound
ISBN: 1540961974
ISBN-13: 9781540961976
Stock No: WW961976

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The Reformed tradition in the twenty-first century is increasingly diverse, dynamic, and deeply engaged in a wide variety of global and public issues, from the arts and business to immigration and race to poetry and politics. This book brings together the insights of a diverse group of leading Reformed thinkers--including Nicholas Wolterstorff, Makoto Fujimura, Bruce Ashford, John Witvliet, Ruben Rosario Rodriguez, and James K. A. Smith--to offer a contemporary vision of the depth and diversity of the Reformed faith and its global public impact.

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Matthew Kaemingk (PhD, Vrije Universiteit and Fuller Theological Seminary) is the Richard John Mouw Assistant Professor of Faith and Public Life at Fuller Theological Seminary, where he also serves as director of the Richard John Mouw Institute of Faith and Public Life. He is associate dean for Fuller Texas, serves as a research fellow for the Center for Public Justice, is the coauthor (with Cory B. Willson) of Work and Worship.

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