Top-notch contributors from around the globe make this volume a first stop to observe the incredible vitality of modern evangelicalism: Vanhoozer on hermeneutics; McGrath on science; Blocher on sin; Witvliet on worship; Snyder on spiritual gifts; Lundin on the arts; Willard on discipleship; Gagnon on sexuality; Keener on the Holy Spirit. . . . 560 pages, hardcover.
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Date:December 9, 2010
Even though I gasped at the price, I'm thankful that I now have a copy of The Oxford Handbook of Evangelical Theology. By the time I finished just the second of more than 30 essays on some of the most important (and controversial) theological issues facing the church today, I realized I was holding the most scholarly and faithful one volume evangelical theological overview available today. Any Christian interested in a deeper consideration of theological discussion and debate needs to own this book.