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Baptists' Timothy George and David S. Dockery update and substantially reshape their classic book in an effort to preserve and discover the Baptists' "underappreciated contribution to Christianity's theological heritage.” George and Dockery have re-arranged this volumeconsiderably abbreviated from the seven-hundred page first editionin light of the Southern Baptist identity controversy.
David S. Dockery is President and Professor of Christian Studies, Union University. He has written and contributed to many articles and books and is the founding editor of the Criswell Theological Review. He and his family currently reside in Jackson, Tennessee. Timothy George is Dean at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. He is also editor, together with his wife Denise, of the Library of Baptist Classics series. He previously was an associate professor of church history and historical theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky
|Publisher:||B&H Publishing Group|
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|File size:||3 MB|
About the Author
David S. Dockery (Ph.D., University of Texas system) is President of Union University in Jackson, Tennessee where he has served since December, 1995. Dockery is the author or editor of over thirty books including Southern Baptist Consensus and Renewal, Renewing Minds, Biblical Interpretation Then and Now, Interpreting the New Testament, Theologians of the Baptist Tradition, Shaping a Christian Worldview; Holman Bible Handbook, Foundations for Biblical Interpretation; Southern Baptists and American Evangelicals; New Dimensions in Evangelical Thought, and Christian Scripture: An Evangelical Perspective on Inspiration, Authority and Interpretation. He is a consulting editor for Christianity Today and serves on several editorial boards for a variety of periodicals and publishing houses. Dockery has served as Chair of the Board of Directors for the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, as well as the Consortium for Global Education.
Table of Contents
|1.||The Future of Baptist Theology||1|
|4.||John L. Dagg||52|
|5.||James Petigru Boyce||73|
|6.||The Broadus-Robertson Tradition||90|
|7.||Charles Haddon Spurgeon||115|
|8.||Augustus Hopkins Strong||139|
|9.||Benajah Harvey Carroll||163|
|10.||Edgar Young Mullins||181|
|11.||Walter Thomas Conner||202|
|12.||Herschel H. Hobbs||216|
|13.||W. A. Criswell||233|
|15.||Carl F. H. Henry||279|
|16.||James Leo Garrett Jr.||297|
|17.||Millard J. Erickson||317|
|18.||Looking Back, Looking Ahead||338|