StormFront: The Good News of God

Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 13 de out. de 2003 - 129 páginas
Foreword by George R. Hunsberger

How does one authentically hear and live out the gospel in North America? This new book attempts to answer this question in a way that reveals much about the nature of Christian faith today and its relation to contemporary culture.

In keeping with the aims of the acclaimed Gospel and Our Culture series, StormFront investigates how the gospel intersects American culture and seeks to reorient the church to its full and proper missional vocation. Four authors noted for their understanding of modern church life offer a sober yet hopeful critique of American culture that focuses on consumerism and the privatization of religion, and they challenge the Christian church to embrace its corporate task to be salt and light to the world.

Amid the many books on the subject, this one is distinctive in its concern for application. By constrasting contemporary life with a thoroughgoing reading of the biblical narrative, the authors help American Christians discern how our cultural location makes it difficult to live out the transformative message of the gospel. Few readers will fail to be engaged by the lessons offered here.

De dentro do livro

O que estão dizendo - Escrever uma resenha

Não encontramos nenhuma resenha nos lugares comuns.

Páginas selecionadas


STORM God Addresses the Spirit of the Age
ALLEGIANCE Participating in Gods Intentions
COMMUNION Dying and Rising with Jesus Christ
POWERS The Church and the Life of the World
PRACTICES Reoriented in the Way of Christ
Direitos autorais

Termos e frases comuns

Sobre o autor (2003)

James V. Brownson is James I. and Jean Cook Professor of New Testament at Western Theological Seminary, Holland, Michigan. His other books include Speaking Truth in Love: New Testament Resources for a Missional Hermeneutic

Director of theological research at the Center for Parish Development, Chicago.

Associate professor of theology at Baylor University.

Stephen Colwell Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary.

Informações bibliográficas