Making Kingdom Disciples: A New Framework
Dunahoo, Charles H.
Staff Review: In much of the church one-sided discipleship has produced one-sided disciples. Such believers often divorce Sunday from the work week, religious feeling from intellectual rigor, or personal practice from the public square. To redress these imbalances, Making Kingdom Disciples proposes a holistic, kingdom-oriened approach to discipleship. Drawing on years of experience in Christian education at the pastoral and denominational level, Dunahoo calls churches to train disciples to "think God's thoughts after him" in all of life: business, education, politics, recreation. Drawing deeply from the Reformed tradition, he orients readers to overarching concepts such as kingdom, epistemology, covenant, and worldview together with their eminently practical implications. The work as a whole serves to root anew our discipleship efforts upon a biblical foundation with a sensitivity to today's modern and post-modern generations. " Matthew Harmon, Westminster Bookstore Staff