Where Shall My Wond'ring Soul Begin?: The Landscape of Evangelical Piety and Thought
Mark A. Noll, Ronald F. Thiemann
W.B. Eerdmans, 2000 - Religion - 97 pages
Eight of today's most noted thinkers here examine the nature of evangelical Christianity and explore its ongoing role in contemporary culture. Produced in conjunction with the establishment of a new professorship in evangelical theological studies at Harvard University, these chapters discuss evangelicalism's shared religious features, its intellectual agenda, and the impact its deeply felt religious commitments have had on society. In the process, this volume provides a significance view of evangelicalism in its broadest outlines and suggests ways to cultivate and preserve its finest qualities.
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