Includes bibliographical references (p. -209).
|Other titles||Evangelicalism and the future of christianity.|
|LC Classifications||BR1640 .M4 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||209 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||94023846|
Evangelicalism & the Future of Christianity book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Alister E. McGrath envisions a pivotal r /5. In a world marked by relativism, individualism, pluralism, and the transition from a modern to a postmodern worldview, evangelical Christians must find ways to re-present the historic faith. In his provocative new work, Ancient-Future Faith, Robert E. Webber contends that present-day evangelicalism is a product of by: This assessment of the growth, influence and future of evangelicalism addresses various issues, and sets an agenda which evangelicalism must address if its future within global Christianity is to be Evangelicalism is the fastest-growing movement in modern Christianity. Although he disclaims any vested interest in such a conclusion, McGrath firmly believes that the future of Christianity lies largely with evangelicalism (including evangelicals in the Catholic Church). But he argues that evangelicalism, while popular and spreading, must deepen its understanding of itself and its roots.
Yet, it is important to better understand this unique religious community. Evangelicalism is the normative form of non-Catholic American Christianity, but it is definitely not a monolithic group. This book asks, "How can American evangelicalism best be characterized?" and, "What are current trends and future trajectories?" (2). The shift of Christianity from the Euro-American West to the Global South invites a thorough rethinking of evangelical theology. In this bold proposal, Amos Yong draws on the Asian American religious experience to develop a Pentecostal global evangelical theology that pays attention to the realities of gender, race, migration, economics, justice and politics. Evangelicalism And The Future Of Christianity [McGrath, Alister E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Evangelicalism And The Future Of ChristianityCited by: 5. Evangelicalism & the Future of Christianity Alister E. McGrath, Author InterVarsity Press $18 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book Over the past three.
Peter Wehner: The deepening crisis in evangelical Christianity. Kidd begins his book with a concise but assured history of the evangelical movement, from its origins in 18th-century England. The Next Evangelicalism is written by Korean American Soong-Chan Rah. He paints a picture of the future of Evangelicalism in America where the growth is primarily coming from immigrant churches. Sadly, this is a development of which I was completely unaware. Immigrant and minority congregations are the primary churches growing in America right now/5. Evangelicalism has always been at least as much of a commercial/cultural marketplace as a cohesive religious label, at least since the mid 20th century. Marie says: Novem . Bebbington argues that the way crucicentrism is prioritised in evangelicalism is unique even when compared to other forms of Protestant Christianity. "For evangelicals," comments Gary Black in his book, "the power and credibility of Christianity as a whole hinges upon the metaphysical events leading up to, surrounding and proceeding from Author: Steve Chalke.