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by John G. Stackhouse Jr.

eBook Evangelical Ecclesiology: Reality or Illusion? ePub
Author: John G. Stackhouse Jr.
Language: English
ISBN: 0801026539
ISBN13: 978-0801026539
Publisher: Baker Academic (November 1, 2003)
Pages: 240
Category: Ministry & Evangelism
Subcategory: Christians
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This book tackles what the character of evangelicalism as a loose coalition of Christians says about the movement's attitude toward the church.

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This book tackles what the character of evangelicalism as a loose coalition of Christians says about the movement's attitude toward the church.

John G. Stackhouse Jr. received his MA from Wheaton and his PhD from the University of Chicago.

Publication Date: 2003. John G. He is the Sangwoo Youtong Chee Professor of Theology and Culture at Regent College, Vancouver. Stackhouse, Jr. (b. 1960) is a Christian theologian and, since 1998, the . As such, the book both affirms and enlarges typical evangelical priorities. Evangelical Ecclesiology: Reality or Illusion? (Baker Academic, 2003). What Does It Mean to Be Saved?

John G. 1960) is a Christian theologian and, since 1998, the Sangwoo Youtong Chee Professor of Theology and Culture at Regent College in Vancouver, Canada. Born in Kingston, Ontario, Stackhouse earned a BA from Queen's University and an MA from Wheaton College (1982) where he did his thesis under Mark Noll. Selected publications. Making the Best of It: Following Christ in the Real World (Oxford, 2008). What Does It Mean to Be Saved?

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What do evangelicals need to hear and say about ecclesiology today? This volume brings together fresh reflections-and provocations-on the subject of the church.

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John Stackhouse, Self: Q&A. Book: "Evangelical Ecclesiology: Reality or Illusion?". John Stackhouse was born on January 8, 1960 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada as John Gordon Stackhouse Jr. He has been married to Kari Sleeth since August 16, 1980. They have three children.

This book tackles what the character of evangelicalism as a loose coalition of Christians says about the movement's attitude toward the church. Are certain ecclesiologies more in keeping with the evangelical ethos than others? What is the role of parachurch organizations in shaping evangelical church structure? Contributors from several disciplines and a variety of denominations, including Howard Snyder, George Hunsberger, and Roger Olson, examine the state of the evangelical church. What do evangelicals need to hear and say about ecclesiology today? This volume brings together fresh reflections-and provocations-on the subject of the church.
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