Prophetic Evangelicals: Envisioning a Just and Peaceable Kingdom
Bruce Ellis Benson, Malinda Elizabeth Berry, Peter Goodwin Heltzel
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, Feb 3, 2012 - Religion - 219 pages
In this inaugural Prophetic Christianity volume, fifteen contributors share their visions for a biblically centered, culturally engaged, and historically infused evangelicalism. Interacting with a wide variety of influential thinkers, they articulate several approaches to creating a socially responsible, gospel-centric, and ecumenical evangelical identity.
Raymond C. Aldred
Bruce Ellis Benson
Malinda Elizabeth Berry
John R. Franke
Peter Goodwin Heltzel
Cherith Fee Nordling
Christian T. Collins Winn
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