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"Like most things 'evangelical,' evangelical ecclesiology is up for grabs today. Even evangelical ...
"Like most things 'evangelical,' evangelical ecclesiology is up for grabs today. Even evangelical theologians, in their attempts to discern what the church is called to be, find themselves looking in a plethora of directions for constructive models, from the free church tradition to Eastern Orthodoxy and the Celtic church. The essays in Evangelical Ecclesiology display not only the tensions within contemporary evangelical thought about the variety of ways in which evangelical thinkers seek to assist the people of God in the task of being the church in the contemporary world but also the vitality of the current discussion."
-Stanley J. Grenz, Pioneer McDonald Professor of Theology, Carey Theological College
John G. Stackhouse, Jr. (Ph.D., University of Chicago) is the Sangwoo Youtong Chee Professor of Theology and Culture at Regent College and the author of Evangelical Landscapes.
(put contributors in a box, like other "series" books)
Kerry L. Dearborn
Howard A. Snyder
D. Bruce Hindmarsh
Edith M. Humphrey
George R. Hunsberger
Roger E. Olson
Paul F. M. Zahl
Part 1 Inspiration from Our Heritage
1. Is Evangelical Ecclesiology an Oxymoron? A Historical Perspective
-D. Bruce Hindmarsh
2. Recovering a Trinitarian and Sacramental Ecclesiology
Part 2 Programmatic Proposals
3. The Marks of Evangelical Ecclesiology
-Howard A. Snyder
4. Evangelical Conversion toward a Missional Ecclesiology
-George R. Hunsberger
Part 3 The Best Ecclesiology?
5. One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic: Awaiting the Redemption of Our Body
-Edith M. Humphrey
6. Free Church Ecclesiology and Evangelical Spirituality: A Unique Compatibility
-Roger E. Olson
7. The "Gift" of the Church
Part 4 Responses
8. Paul Zahl
9. Richard Beaton