For God So Loved the World

by Dayton Hartman, Walter Strickland

For God So Loved the World

by Dayton Hartman, Walter Strickland

Trade Paper
$29.99

A Blueprint for Kingdom Diversity

Strickland and Hartman provide a blueprint for kingdom diversity. They provide historical context of our American evangelical problems with diversity, then present a public and practical theology of diversity in the Christian context.

For God So Loved the World

by Dayton Hartman, Walter Strickland

For God So Loved the World

by Dayton Hartman, Walter Strickland

eBook
$29.99

A Blueprint for Kingdom Diversity

Strickland and Hartman provide a blueprint for kingdom diversity. They provide historical context of our American evangelical problems with diversity, then present a public and practical theology of diversity in the Christian context.

Overview

Scripture captivates us by describing a people from “every nation, tribe, people, and language.” In pursuit of this kingdom vision, Christians have not always navigated America’s turbulent racial history in ways that honor others and glorify God. In For God So Loved the World, Dayton Hartman and Walter Strickland provide a blueprint for a better way, an invitation to Christ-centered diversity that is both descriptive and constructive. Chapters in the book examine the historical context of the American church and its efforts to cultivate racial justice and unity, then present a unifying public theology, and practical guidance for the journey. Convicting and hopeful alike, For God So Loved the World motivates readers to seek reconciliation in light of biblical warrant, personal sanctification, and the church’s corporate witness.

Overview

Scripture captivates us by describing a people from “every nation, tribe, people, and language.” In pursuit of this kingdom vision, Christians have not always navigated America’s turbulent racial history in ways that honor others and glorify God. In For God So Loved the World, Dayton Hartman and Walter Strickland provide a blueprint for a better way, an invitation to Christ-centered diversity that is both descriptive and constructive. Chapters in the book examine the historical context of the American church and its efforts to cultivate racial justice and unity, then present a unifying public theology, and practical guidance for the journey. Convicting and hopeful alike, For God So Loved the World motivates readers to seek reconciliation in light of biblical warrant, personal sanctification, and the church’s corporate witness.

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Product Details

  • ISBN:
    9781462778300
  • Status:
    Active
  • Season:
    Summer 2020
  • Release Date:
    06/05/2020
  • Page Count:
    256
  • Carton Qty:
    36

Product Details

  • ISBN:
    9781462778317
  • Status:
    Active
  • Season:
    Summer 2020
  • Release Date:
    06/05/2020
  • Page Count:
    256