Theology for the Community of God

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Regent College Pub, 2000 - Evangelicalism - 723 pages
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This proven systematic theology represents the very best in evangelical theology. Stanley Grenz presents the traditional themes of Christian doctrine -- God, humankind, Christ, the Holy Spirit, the church, and the last things -- all within an emphasis on God's central program for creation, namely, the establishment of community. Masterfully blending biblical, historical, and contemporary concerns, this new edition of Grenz's respected work provides a coherent vision of the faith that is both intellectually satisfying and expressible in Christian living. Copyright Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

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User Review  - bsanner - LibraryThing

A systematic theology at its heart, Grenz’s work moves through each of the traditional Western systematic categories. Grenz, however, has been called the theologian of the Emerging (Postmodern ... Read full review

User Review  - Pastor Josh Parrish - Christianbook.com

This is a fine systematic theology by the late Stan Grenz. There is no baptist individualism in this book. It covers a broad area of topics and is easy to read. This book is good for both Ariminians or Calvinists. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Stanley J. Grenz is Professor of Theology and Ethics at Carey/Regent College, Vancouver, and affiliate professor at Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Lombard, Illinois. He is the author of many books, including "Theology for the Community of God" and "A Primer on Postmodernism". Westminster John Knox Press has published several of his books, including "Sexual Ethics: An Evangelical Perspective"; "Welcoming But Not Affirming: An Evangelical Response to Homosexuality"; and "What Christians Really Believe and Why".

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