Reclaiming Pietism Paperback

Retrieving an Evangelical Tradition

by Christian T. Collins Winn; Roger E. Olson;


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Reclaiming Pietism

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The historical movement known as Pietism emphasized the response of faith and inward transformation as crucial aspects of conversion to Christ. Unfortunately, Pietism today is often equated with a "holier-than-thou" spiritual attitude, religious legalism, or withdrawal from involvement in society.In "Reclaiming Pietism" Roger Olson and Christian Collins Winn argue that classical, historical Pietism is an influential stream in evangelical Christianity and that it must be recovered as a resource for evangelical renewal. They challenge misconceptions of Pietism by describing the origins, development, and main themes of the historical movement and the spiritual-theological ethos stemming from it. The book also explores case studies of Pietism's influence on contemporary Christian theologians and spiritual leaders such as Richard Foster and Stanley Grenz.

Reclaiming Pietism by Christian T. Collins Winn; Roger E. Olson was published by William B Eerdmans Publishing Co in March 2015. The ISBN for Reclaiming Pietism is 9780802869098.

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Page last updated 9th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherWilliam B Eerdmans Publishing Co (March 2015)
Weight272g
Number of Pages204
Thickness15 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
ISBN9780802869098
ISBN-100802869092
Product Code4316286
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