Asian Christian Theology: Evangelical Perspectives

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Timoteo D. Gener, Stephen T. Pardue
Langham Publishing, Jul 31, 2019 - Religion - 376 pages
Asian Christian Theology provides a survey of contextually reflective, robustly evangelical theology for students to engage with the core doctrines of Christianity and their outworking in different cultures across Asia. The contributors of the chapters come from all corners of Asia to systematically examine traditional doctrinal themes and contemporary concerns for the Asian church. Ideal for use as a companion textbook in Asian seminaries and institutions, this book will also provide excellent further reading for those outside of Asia seeking global theological perspectives, and for those in contexts of significant Asian diaspora. Many excellent books surveying theology exist, but this book is a major step forward for students and scholars seeking to understand the dynamic environment of evangelical theology in Asia.
 

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Gods Revelation and the Religions
Christology in Asia
References
Lord and Giver of Life
Toward An Asian Evangelical Ecclesiology
Eschatology and Hope in Asia
A Theology of Suffering and Mission for the Asian Church
Cultural Identity and Theology in Asia
References
Gods Basileia in Asias Res Publica
Finding Home for the Unhomed
Hans Freis Typology of Theology for Religious Encounters
Theology in a Context of Radical Cultural Shift
Reconciliation and the Kingdom of
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