By Alexandra Glynn
"Escaped from the Nations captures what it should have been wish to develop up in Bible times. We see the panorama, flavor the airborne dirt and dust, and odor the aromas of existence because it was once then lived. These tales holiday into background at numerous issues among 2000 B.C. and forty four A.D. Set opposed to a heritage of occasions recorded within the Bible, each one tale describes lifestyles stipulations of the folk, provides money owed of a problem confronted by way of fictional teenagers, and teaches a lesson approximately strolling with God within the mild of His Word."
--Dale Sullivan, Professor of English, North Dakota country University
Alexandra Glynn is a author residing in Minnesota. She holds a grasp of Arts in English Literature and a grasp of Arts in outdated testomony Theology. Her most modern paintings was once modifying A Golden Vessel.
By Lewis W Spitz
By Luke Timothy Johnson
By Robert Bruce Mullin
By Michael Welker,Michael Beintker,Albert de Lange
With finely drawn ancient graphics and plentiful pictorial fabric, the articles by way of diverse students additionally function the main well known Reformers who lived and labored in every one urban (including six dynamic women).
Supplemented by way of an illustrated map of Europe, neighborhood web content and analyzing lists, Europa Reformata will function a consultant for viewers and armchair tourists alike. via highlighting such a lot of towns and pioneers of the Reformation, it makes a well timed and distinct contribution to the five hundredth anniversary of this groundbreaking movement.
Der prächtige und doch handliche Band zeichnet die reformatorischen Profile von etwa vierzig europäischen Städten nach. Die Leser werden von Spanien über Zentraleuropa bis Estland und Finnland geführt, von Schottland und England bis nach Rumänien. Profilierte Texte und reiches Bildmaterial veranschaulichen das Wirken der berühmtesten Reformatoren – sowie der fünf Reformatorinnen – und stellen die Städte mit ihren Bauten und Zeugnissen aus der Reformationszeit vor Augen. Ergänzt durch eine bebilderte Europakarte und die Angabe von kirchlichen Adressen und Tourismusbüros, eignet sich der Band auch als Reiseführer auf den Spuren der Reformation in Europa. An diesem perfekten Geschenk zum 500. Reformationsjubiläum sollte niemand achtlos vorübergehen.
By Ian W. Payne
Building on Karl Barth, it argues that God's figuring out courses how people be aware of. we must always imitate God's epistemic stance--his love--for that's the most sensible version for understanding whatever. The Trinitarian subject in Barth identifies 3 key ideas: committedness, openness, and relationality. those suggest being dedicated and open in the direction of what we want to understand. Relational open committedness additionally profoundly clarifies and shapes what love capability in figuring out and in educating. This e-book unpacks an epistemology and pedagogy of affection. Wouldn't you're keen on to know?
"Payne lays earlier than his reader not just a Trinitarian epistemology yet a problem to dwell and educate as God self-reveals and teaches us. Trinitarian pedagogy combines cherishing and tough newbies. Payne not just leads his reader to know the importance of Trinitarian dedication for all times and schooling, he demonstrates it in pedagogic concept and perform. it is a booklet that would problem theological schools to re-evaluate the methods they educate and the character of a really educational community."
--Robert W. Ferris, Professor Emeritus, Columbia foreign University
"Wouldn't you like to Know offers a profound and well-reasoned argument for seeing Trinitarian love because the beginning for Christian realizing. quite for these folks devoted to the educating ministry of the church, Ian Payne's exposition of the Trinitarian foundation for relational and transformational schooling has far-reaching implications."
--Perry Shaw, Professor of Christian schooling, Arab Baptist Theological Seminary, Beirut, Lebanon
"Ian Payne has made a worthy and important contribution to the church as a rule and the sector of Christian schooling specifically. starting with an illuminating research of Barth's Trinitarian theology, Payne develops an epistemological origin that might be of serious gain in efforts to articulate a uniquely Christian philosophy of schooling. dependent upon either the Trinitarian nature of God in addition to His love, this epistemological base can lead clearly to academic perform that's extra exceedingly Christian in nature."
--John R. Lillis, government Officer/Dean, Bethel Seminary, San Diego
"Ian Payne makes a compelling case that Karl Barth's theology speaks to the philosophy of schooling; instructing can be pushed through love for the scholar and the topic less than God. The learner is remodeled for the provider of others. The booklet is a well timed antidote to the more and more utilitarian concentration of academic associations on careers, ratings, and cash. Payne's e-book is superior via his enormous instructing event, in either the Western and Majority Worlds."
--Ross McKenzie, Professor of Physics, college of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
"Wouldn't you're keen on to Know? is an important contribution to Christian views on schooling. while you're an educator like me, you will be interested in learn bankruptcy five first. yet take a while then to paintings backwards to understand the soundly Trinitarian foundations for Ian's exciting model--a strategy the entire richer in the event you accomplish that with others you're coming to understand and love."
--Allan Harkness, Director of teaching programs and Dean, AGST Alliance (Asia Graduate college of Theology Alliance), Singapore
Ian Payne is the important and Head of Theology at South Asia Institute of complicated Christian stories (SAIACS) at Bangalore, India.
By George Slaughter
By Samuel J. Steiner
The wide-ranging tale of Mennonite migration, theological variety, and interplay with different Christian streams is distilled during this enticing quantity, which tracks the historical past of Ontario Mennonites.
Author Samuel J. Steiner writes that Ontario Mennonites and Amish are one of the so much assorted within the world—in their ancient migrations and cultural roots, of their theological responses to the area round them, and within the a variety of methods they've got pursued their own and communal salvation.
In seek of Promised Lands describes the emergence and evolution of today’s 30-plus streams of Ontarians who've pointed out themselves as Mennonite or Amish from their arrival in Canada to the decade. looking for Promised Lands additionally considers how a number of Mennonite teams have tailored to or resisted evangelical fundamentalism and mainline Protestantism, and it identifies the 19th- and twentieth-century shifts towards own salvation and clear of submission to the church community.
Volume forty eight within the stories in Anabaptist and Mennonite historical past series.
By Allan Heaton Anderson
By Celia L. Cussen