Evangelicalism, the largest theological branch of Western Christianity, is at a crossroads, and the direction it takes on several key issues will determine which of the possible futures it will have.
In this collection of essays, noted evangelical scholars offer insightful assessments, constructive criticism, and compelling challenges concerning the relationship of evangelicalism to such issues as biblical interpretation, biblical theology, missions, ethics, the charismatic movement, and politics.
Contributors include Alister McGrath, Eugene Petersen, Kevin Vanhoozer, Graeme Goldsworthy, I. Howard Marshall, Gregory J. Laughery, Stephen Lazarus, Robin Parry, Jonathan Ruthven, Christopher Wright, and Andrew West.About The Authors:
Craig Bartholomew is the senior fellow in the School of Humanities at the University of Gloucestershire and specializes in Old Testament Wisdom Literature and biblical interpretation. He is the author or editor of several books, including Reading Ecclesiastes: Old Testament Exegesis and Hermeneutical Theory and Praying by the Book: Praying the Psalms. Robin Parry is commissioning editor for Paternoster Press. Andrew West is chaplain at the University of Gloucestershire and co-editor of Praying by the Book: Praying the Psalms.