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Reclaiming a Lost Vision
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The Pastor as Public Theologian
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Many pastors today see themselves primarily as counselors, leaders, and motivators. Yet this often comes at the expense of the fundamental reality of the pastorate as a theological office.
The most important role is to be a theologian mediating God to the people. The church needs pastors who can contextualize the Word of God to help their congregations think theologically about all aspects of their lives, such as work, end-of-life decisions, political involvement, and entertainment.
Drawing on the depiction of pastors in the Bible, key figures from church history, and Christian theology, this brief and accessible book offers a clarion call for pastors to serve as public theologians in their congregations and communities.
The church needs pastors to read the world in light of Scripture and to direct their congregations in ways of wisdom, shalom, and human flourishing. The Pastor as Public Theologian calls for a paradigm shift in the very idea of what a pastor is and does, setting forth a positive alternative picture.
In addition to pastors, this book will be invaluable to seminary students training to be pastors and to their professors. It includes pastoral reflections on the theological task from twelve working pastors.
The Pastor as Public Theologian by Kevin J Vanhoozer was published by Baker Publishing Group in September 2015 and is our 50847th best seller. The ISBN for The Pastor as Public Theologian is 9780801097713.
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|Page last updated||27th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Kevin J Vanhoozer|
|Publisher||Baker Publishing Group (September 2015)|
|Number of Pages||240|