I endorsed a wonderful and important book, Divine Echoes: Reconciling Prayer with the Uncontrolling Love of God by Mark Gregory Karris. I recommend this book for your libraries. Continue reading
I endorsed a new book Parenting as Spiritual Practice and Source for Theology edited by by
It is a wonderful collection of parenting and theological reflections on what it means to parent.
I endorsed a new book, White Awake by Rev. Dr. Daniel Hill. Hill is the founding and senior pastor of River City Community Church, a vibrant, multiethnic church in the Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago. He is the author of 10:10: Life to the Fullest.
Theology is often seen as a discussion of dry doctrines, suitable mostly for academic institutions, but separated from the practice of faith. In this third volume of the Academy of Parish Clergy’s Conversations in Ministry series Dr. Bob Cornwall, church historian, theologian, and pastor, shows the ways in which one’s theology shapes one’s ministry in the church and in the world. Continue reading
I endorsed a new book, Hebrews cowritten by Mary Ann Beavis and HyeRan Kim-Cragg. Beavis and Kim-Cragg are both Canadian scholars who have already written many interesting books. Please do check out their other books on amazon.
I endorsed a new book, Signs of Hope in the City: Renewing Urban Mission, Embracing Radical Hope, edited by Dr. Graham Hill. Read this new book if you are interested in urban missions, church, interfaith dynamics and more……
Dr. Graham Hill is an internationally recognised practical theologian, teacher, and speaker. He is an international leader in the fields of global theology, world Christianity, and missional theology and practice. Graham is Vice Principal of Morling Baptist Theological College, Sydney, Australia, and Director of the GlobalChurch Project. Continue reading
By: Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen
“I am honored to have Grace Ji-Sun, a noted constructive pneumatologist, endorse my new textbook, The Holy Spirit. Having worked in the area of pneumatology for some time and having taught the subject in different kinds of academic environments, I wanted to produce a primer useful to students, instructors, and interested laypersons. More than ten years ago I attempted such an introductory text and it has been widely used in theological schools. Continue reading