Sight Seeing: "What Does It Mean To Be Saved?: Broadening Evangelical Horizons" by John G. Stackhouse, Jr.

Tuesday, 15 May 2007

What Does It Mean to Be Saved? consists of a scholarly collection of seven essays and two responses occasioned by a 2001 Regent College conference that asked select academics to "open up new vistas" for North American evangelicals who "need their [soteriological] horizons expanded" (p. 9). The book's stated goals are to serve as a catalyst for constructive conversations on neglected dimensions of human living where the fingers of Christ's redemption reach and, further, facilitate evangelical discussions about "what the Bible teaches about salvation in all its glorious complexity and scope" (...

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