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Publication Date: 2010
Self-identifying as "evangelical" is risky business these days. What is Evangelicalism? Is it a historical artifact? A political philosophy? A set of doctrines? A litmus test for genuine faith? Perhaps more important, what will come to mind when future generations hear something described as "evangelical"? The authors of Routes and Radishes approach this issue from various points of influence within evangelical organizations, denominations, and institutions. They believe that the historical distinctive of Evangelicalism is too powerful and too positive to be abandoned. Yet they all desire that the Evangelicalism of the future break away from common pitfalls in the task of loving people toward a vital relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Each author brings a different but vital perspective to the conversation this book represents. They chart a path that, while not monolithic, takes seriously the past and potential of the evangelical movement. Furthermore, they invite you to digest, participate, question, and make the future of Evangelicalism a meaningful part of your walk of faith.
Mark L. Russell is the cofounder of Russell Media. He has a Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary, a Master of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and a Bachelor of Science in International Business from Auburn University. Mark is a frequent public speaker and has worked as a consultant for a diverse set of organizations. He has done extensive work in areas of poverty, empowering microentrepreneurs through economic development initiatives as well as working on projects involving large multinational corporations. Mark has lived and worked in Russia, Chile and Germany and traveled to over 70 countries to carry out a variety of business, educational, humanitarian and religious projects.
Mark lives in Boise, Idaho with his wife Laurie, and their children, Noah and Anastasia.
Allen L. Yeh (DPhil, Oxford University) is Assistant Professor of History and Theology at Biola University with vast multi-cultural study and experience. Allen is pursuing ordination in the American Baptist Churches, USA
Michelle Sanchez (M.Div., Th.M., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary), is codirector of Christian Formation and founder of a unique church-based spiritual direction ministry at Highrock Covenant Church in Arlington, Massachusetts. She graduated from Gordon-Conwell with the Presidents Award (highest GPA) and was also a recipient of the Michael Haynes Scholarship for African-American theological students. She has worked previously with Campus Crusade for Christ in New York City and has served in various leadership capacities with the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization. Michelle is currently pursuing ordination within the Evangelical Covenant Church.
Michelle Stearns (PhD, St. Andrews) approaches theological studies through the practice of art. She is an amateur musician and is Assistant Professor of Theology at Mars Hill Graduate School.
Dwight J. Friesen (DMin, George Fox University) is an ordained pastor with many years of pastoral and church planting experience. He is Associate Professor of Practical Theology at Mars Hill Graduate School.
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