The Love of God (Theology in Community)
Morgan, Christopher W. (Ed.)
“This series tackles some big and juicy topics on theology, ranging from kingdom to suffering to sin to glory. They have recruited some of the best theological thinkers in the world to explain what it means to have a 'faith seeking understanding' in our contemporary age. The volumes are full of solid teaching in biblical, historical, systematic, and practical theologies and contain a wealth of immense learning. A valuable resource for any thinking Christian.”See All
Michael F. Bird
Lecturer in Theology, Ridley College, Melbourne, Australia; author, Evangelical Theology
“This distinguished series brings together some of the best theological work in the evangelical church on the greatest themes of the Christian faith. Each volume stretches the mind and anchors the soul. A treasury of devout scholarship not to be missed!”See All
Founding Dean, Beeson Divinity School; General Editor, Reformation Commentary on Scripture
“I do not know another series quite like Theology in Community. Each volume is grounded in both the Old and New Testaments, and then goes on to wrestle with the way the chosen theme has been developed in history, shaped the lives of men and women, and fits in the scheme of confessionally strong Christian theology. The volumes are characterized by rigor and reverence and, better yet, they remain accessible to all serious readers. If we are to pursue more than unintegrated biblical data, but what Paul calls the pattern of sound teaching, this is an excellent place to begin.”See All
D. A. Carson
Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; Cofounder, The Gospel Coalition
Our understanding of the love of God has been tragically distorted. The comfortable, sentimentalized version we commonly encounter today is far from the biblical depiction of God's love. Featuring contributions from well-known evangelical scholars, this multi-disciplinary study presents the biblical view of the love of God from the perspectives of systematic theology, biblical theology, apologetics, pastoral theology, and ethics. The contributors—including D. A. Carson, Andreas J. Kostenberger, Raymond C. Ortlund Jr., Robert L. Plummer, and many others—address a variety of issues related to how God's love is expressed in the Old and New Testaments, the Trinity, apologetics, Christian living, social justice, and more. This addition to the Theology in Community series will promote clear, sound thinking about what Scripture means when it declares that "God is love."
- D. A. Carson
- Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.
- Andreas J. Köstenberger
- Robert L. Plummer
- John W. Mahony
- Daniel Strange
- Dan Ebert
- C. D. "Jimmy" Agan III
- Mariam Kamell
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