What Does it Mean to be Saved?: Broadening Evangelical Horizons of Salvation

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John Gordon Stackhouse
Baker Academic, 2002 - Religion - 203 pages
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"What does salvation mean? How do Christians, specifically evangelicals, understand salvation and redemption? What do women, the poor, the oppressed, and the planet have to do with typical evangelical concerns of 'getting souls saved?' What Does It Mean to Be Saved? probes evangelicalism's understanding of salvation in the past and invites the movement to better teaching in the future. Each essay, from contributors including Loren Wilkinson, Henri Blocher, John Webster, and Jonathan Wilson, brings a distinctive message about what evangelicals need to consider to understand more clearly God's wonderful work of redemption. Students, pastors, missions workers, and all those interested in the evangelical understanding of salvation will benefit from this provocative and engaging book" -- Amazon.com.

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John G. Stackhouse, Jr. is Sangwoo Youtong Chee Professor of Theology, Regent College. He is the author of Can God Be Trusted? Faith and the Challenge of Evil (OUP 1998), Humble Apologetics: Defending the Faith Today (OUP 2002), Church: An Insider's Look at How We Do It, and Finally Feminist: A
Pragmatic Christian Understanding of Gender. He lives in Vancouver, B.C.

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