By Daniel A. Keating
By Daniel A. Keating
By Larry S. Chapp
By Kevin Taylor
By Natalie Kertes Weaver
This ebook bargains a theological origin for enticing with the realities of soreness and loss of life. Designed quite for sensible theology scholars and trainee caregivers, it introduces the religious and theological concerns raised through ache and loss of life. The chapters consider:
Natalie Weaver relates theology to functional problems with caregiving and offers a ‘toolbox’ for pondering affliction and demise in an inventive and supportive way.
By Sameer Yadav
By William J. Abraham
William J. Abraham is Albert prepare dinner Outler Professor of Wesley reports and Altshuler amazing educating Professor at Perkins university of Theology, Southern Methodist collage, Dallas, Texas, United States.
By Joseph D. Wooddell
"For too lengthy, evangelical Christians have occasionally acted as if apologetics have been easily an issue of achieving the mind with extra facts. Joe Wooddell, one of many brightest lighting in evangelical Christian philosophy, maintains the dialog in one other course with this interesting booklet. I commend it to you, and lengthy for the day whilst evangelical Christianity sincerely engages the brain, the center, and the mind's eye with the gospel of Jesus Christ."
--Russell D. Moore
Dean, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
"This is a well timed, cautious ebook bringing jointly the missed subject matters of apologetics and of good looks and aesthetics. Joe presents an in depth, constructively severe research of assorted apologetic ways and units it in an old dialogue of attractiveness as a device for achieving humans for Christ, the gorgeous One. worth an educated learn. it's going to excite and inspire.
--E. David Cook
Holmes Professor of religion and Learning
"Wooddell's emphasis on aesthetics within the box of apologetics is as wanted in state-of-the-art Christian group because it is established in his personal existence. With singular concentration, Wooddell makes use of the complicated kin among attractiveness, wisdom, advantage, and religion to illustrate that merely evidentialist and logical arguments for religion are inadequate in a postmodern context. The Christian group will do a greater activity of gratifying our best fee if we heed Wooddell's suggestion and reincorporate the great thing about our lives, global, and religion into our apologetic and ministry."
Associate Professor of Humanities
Joseph D. Wooddell is affiliate Professor of Philosophy at Criswell university in Dallas, Texas. he's coeditor of The Baptist religion and Message 2000: severe concerns in America's greatest Protestant Denomination (2007).
By Paul T. Jersild
By Christopher R. J. Holmes
By Kristin Johnston Largen