For God So Loved the World: A Blueprint for Kingdom Diversity

For God So Loved the World: A Blueprint for Kingdom Diversity

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Overview

Scripture captivates us by describing a people from “every nation, tribe, people, and language.”  In pursuit of this kingdom vision, Christians have not always navigated America’s turbulent racial history in ways that honor others and glorify God. In For God So Loved the World, Dayton Hartman and Walter Strickland provide a blueprint for a better way, an invitation to Christ-centered diversity that is both descriptive and constructive.   Chapters in the book examine the historical context of the American church and its efforts to cultivate racial justice and unity, then present a unifying public theology, and practical guidance for the journey. Convicting and hopeful alike, For God So Loved the World motivates readers to seek reconciliation in light of biblical warrant, personal sanctification, and the church’s corporate witness.  

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781462778317
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Publication date: 06/15/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
File size: 3 MB
Age Range: 3 Months to 18 Years

About the Author

Dayton Hartman (PhD, North-West University) is lead pastor at Redeemer Church, Rocky Mount, NC. 

Walter R Strickland II (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is assistant professor of systematic and contextual theology and associate vice president for diversity at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Table of Contents

Foreword, J. D. Greear
Acknowledgments
General Introduction, Walter R. Strickland II 

Part 1: Historical Context Introduction, Stephen Brett Eccher 
1. The Shaping of the Western Christian Mind, Dayton Hartman 
2. The Segregated States of America, Steven M. Harris
3. The 1995 Resolution on Race; the Defunding of the American Baptist College; Nashville, Tennessee; and the End of Southern Baptist Paternalism, Keith Harper

Part 2: Public Theology Introduction, Josh Wester
4. Bearing Witness to a Whole-Life, Pro-Life Ethic, Bruce Riley Ashford
5. Welcoming the Sojourner Leads to Church and Community Renewal, Alan Cross
6. Apologetics in Twenty-First Century Evangelicalism, D. A. Horton

Part 3: A Practical Theology Introduction, Jarvis J. Williams
7. Shepherding toward Racial Reconciliation, Chris Williamson
8. Teaching Scripture with a Kingdom Hermeneutic, Walter R. Strickland II
9. Men and Women in the Body of Christ, Amber Bowen
10. Men and Women as Partners in the Gospel, Tony Merida
11. Tales from the Trenches, Daniel Im, Amy Whitfield, R. Marshall Blalock, and Dwight McKissic

Conclusion: In Pursuit of the Vision of the Lamb, Daniel L. Akin
Appendix: A Statement on Complementarianism, Matthew Y. Emerson
Bibliography
Editors and Contributors
Name and Subject Index
Scripture Index 

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