Engaging with Keller Paperback
Thinking through the theology of an influential evangelical
by I.D. Campbell and W.M. Schweitzer (eds);
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Engaging with Keller
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Engaging with Keller by I.D. Campbell and W.M. Schweitzer (eds) was published by Evangelical Press in May 2013 and is our 29382nd best seller. The ISBN for Engaging with Keller is 9780852349281.
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'It is a pleasure to commend these essays which critically engage with aspects of Dr Kellerís theology and methodology. They are written in a spirit of brotherly engagement, seeking not to Ďnit-pickí but to highlight areas in Dr Kellerís published writings which appear not to reflect, as they might, the full-orbed teaching of Godís word. The essays focus on some of the issues that the church needs to grapple with in todayís postmodern culture. The church will better appreciate and assess Dr Kellerís important contribution to its mission by engaging with these insightful and timely essays.'
Rev Dr Ian Hamilton, Minister, Cambridge Presbyterian Church
'From the Council of Jerusalem ... the identification of sound doctrine and practice, and the avoidance of doctrinal and spiritual dead-ends and worse have been achieved by rigorous debate and prayerful reflection. This work ... examines aspects of the thought and teaching of Tim Keller, the foremost proponent of the contemporary Ďmissionalí movement, and highlights areas about which they have deep concerns. This book compellingly raises issues which require an answer.'
John R. Mackintosh, Professor of Church History, Free Church College
Details for Engaging with Keller
|Page last updated||14th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||I.D. Campbell and W.M. Schweitzer (eds)|
|Publisher||Evangelical Press (May 2013)|
|Number of Pages||160|