By Nik Ripken,Gregg Lewis
Nik remembers that, “God had regularly been so genuine to me, to Ruth, and to our boys. yet was once He sufficient, for the utter weariness of soul I skilled at the moment, in that position, below these circumstances?” it's a query that many have requested and one who, if spoke back, can lead us to a complete new international of religion.
How does religion live on, not to mention flourish in a spot just like the center East? How can reliable actually triumph over such evil? How do you preserve wish whilst all is darkness round you? How will we say “greater is He that's in me than he that's on the planet” whilst it will probably no longer be visibly precise in that position at the moment? How does an individual reside an considerable, positive Christian lifestyles in our world’s hardest areas? Can Christianity even paintings open air of Western, dressed-up, ordered international locations? if that is so, how?
The madness of God tells a story—a notable and distinct tale to ensure, but at middle a really human story—of the Ripkens’ personal religious and emotional odyssey. The gripping, narrative account of a private pilgrimage into a few of the hardest locations on the earth, mixed with sobering and insightful tales of the impressive humans of religion Nik and Ruth encountered on their trips, will function a strong process revelation, development, and problem for someone who desires to be aware of even if God really is enough.
By Paul Freston
Evangelical Christianity and Democracy in Latin America is considered one of 4 volumes within the sequence Evangelical Christianity and Democracy within the worldwide South, which seeks to reply to the query: What occurs whilst a revivalist faith in response to scriptural orthodoxy participates within the risky politics of the 3rd global? At a time while the global-political influence of one other revivalist and scriptural faith - Islam - fuels vexed debate between analysts internationally, those volumes provide an strange comparative viewpoint on a severe factor: the customarily flamable interplay of resurgent faith and the constructing world's volatile politics.
By Amos Yong
In a e-book that might be pivotal within the shift to a brand new paradigm of theology of faith, interreligious interchange, and missionary idea and perform, this subversive case is the entire extra amazing in no longer decreasing Christian theological different types to fashionable, scholarly vogues. as a substitute, he exhibits how modern perform must meet up with the progressive Biblical thought of extending hospitality past each boundary of religion, state, and ethnicity.
By Monique El-Faizy
With the intimate point of view of a former insider, God and nation takes readers earlier the sides of the evangelical neighborhood into its middle, proposing an in-depth examine megachurches, Christian rock, Christian publishing, and the daily lives of evangelical american citizens. El-Faizy exhibits how, via mimicking many components of secular the US and developing robust groups, evangelical leaders trap converts through the millions. yet whereas the general public face of the circulation has softened, the conservative outdated shield nonetheless drives the political time table. Evangelicals see each point in their lifestyles throughout the prism in their religion; their trust is significant to each selection, own, social or political. To brush off or miscast such an influential inhabitants will be a grave mistake. clever, clear-headed and piercing, God and nation is key studying for an individual drawn to our nation's future.
By Michael W. Goheen
By Priscilla Pope-Levison
2015 Smith/Wynkoop publication Award awarded via the Wesleyan Theological Society
2014 selection remarkable educational Title
By José Serafín Béjar Bacas
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