In Unimaginable, you’ll discover the far-reaching ways that Christianity is good for the world—and has been since the first century AD—including its impact on the plight of women and children, democracy, education, legal systems, and social justice causes.
We live in a precarious time when many are questioning the necessity of formal theological education for ministers. Theology, Church, and Ministry: A Handbook for Theological Education helps readers understand the critical role theological education plays in equipping God-called ministers for service in the church.
With the growing trajectory of worldviews like Secular Humanism and the plummeting influence of Christian Theism, It’s hard to continue an open and honest dialogue like the one opened for us by Corey Miller and Lynn K. Wilder.
Apart from the Scriptures we have no sure philosophy; apart from Jesus Christ we have no true knowledge of God; apart from the in-living Spirit we have no ability to live lives morally pleasing to God.