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In The Evangelicals Catherwood delivers a succinct and organized review of the global evangelical movement, looking at its earliest days, current place in world Christianity, political and social influence, unifying theological doctrinal beliefs, and its view on eschatology.
Using the doctrinal basis of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students and the 1974 Lausanne Covenant, Catherwood summarizes evangelical beliefs before describing the scope of the global church and the shift of evangelicalism's center from the global North and West to the South and East. Catherwood demonstrates that the term evangelical is not only meaningful, but necessary. Anyone wanting to know about the past, present, and future of evangelicalism will find this book helpful.
Number of Pages: 192
Publication Date: 2010
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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An overview of the global evangelical Christian movement, including its historical roots, doctrinal distinctives, current strength, influence in politics and society, and teaching about the future.
Christopher Catherwood (PhD, University of East Anglia) is a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellow and a funded archives by-fellow of Churchill College Cambridge for his work on the Second World War. He is a medal holder of the Trust and is also a fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He holds degrees from Cambridge and Oxford in modern history and resides in Cambridge with his wife, Paulette.
J. I. Packer,
Professor of Theology, Regent College; author, Knowing God
Christopher Catherwood knows history, but not the dry and dusty kind. This book tells a living story in a lively way. It is a kind of editorial meets story time. Christopher has all that you need to write a compelling bookstyle and information, specific examples and opinions. And he knows everyone! So this is not a dry book for the ages; this is a book for today. If you want to know who evangelicals are and what theyre about, this book will tell youand this man knows what hes talking about.
Pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church, Washington DC; President, 9Marks
The Evangelicals is a good book to give those who know of this purportedly weird tribe only from sensationalistic new stories. Christopher Catherwoods easy-to-read style makes this introduction to evangelical thought and practice like a cup of chamomile tea at bedtimeand it wont produce any nightmares.
Editor-in-chief, World; Provost, The King's College, New York City
An eye-opening, stereotype-destroying account of worldwide evangelicalism. Catherwood demonstrates the breadth and dynamism of evangelicals and paints a quite differentand more accuratepicture of them than that often still embraced by secular academics and the secular mediaand at times by evangelicals themselves.
Senior Research Fellow, Henry Institude for the study of Christianity and Politics, Calvin College
Christopher Catherwoods insider credentials and global contacts make his a voice worth heeding in the evangelical movement. He offers a hopeful take on a God-graced phenomenon spreading worldwide. His critical take on distinctive American traits in evangelicalism will prompt serious reflection.
Editor at large, Christianity Today