Grace and Truth in the Secular Age

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Timothy Bradshaw
Cambridge, 1998 - Religion - 311 pages
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An international group of leading evangelical scholars here engages the most pressing contemporary challenges facing the church -- across all the denominations -- today. Organized around the agenda of the upcoming 1998 Lambeth Conference, these intellectually rigorous essays cover such themes as confessional anthropology, the message and role of the gospel in our secular age, the place of Christian truth within our pluralistic culture, and church unity. This work will be of interest to anyone concerned for the role of the church as it confronts the big issues of modernity.

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Timothy Bradshaw is Tutor in Christian Doctrine, Regent?'s Park College, Oxford.

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