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"A welcome addition to this body of experiential learning" says +Graham Cray of Andrew Dunlop's 'Out of Nothing' .… https://t.co/JhU5fOoYF5
Author(s): Marc Cortez, Joshua R. Farris, S. Mark Hamilton
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With contributions from leading theologians and philosophers, Being Saved: Explorations in Soteriology and Human Ontology brings together a series of essays on the major topics relating to the doctrine of salvation.
The book provides readers with a critical resource that consists of an integrative philosophical-theological method, and will invigorate this much-needed discussion.
- Oliver Crisp (Fuller Theological Seminary)
- Paul Helm (Regent College, Vancouver and Highland Theological College, Scotland)
- Joanna Leidenhag (University of Edinburgh)
- Andrew Loke (Hong Kong University)
Marc Cortez is (PhD, University of St. Andrews) Associate Professor of Theology at Wheaton College. Joshua R. Farris (PhD, University of Bristol, UK) is Assistant Professor of Theology at Houston Baptist University. S. Mark Hamilton is a PhD candidate at the Free University of Amsterdam.
'This is a brilliant, multifaceted collection of original, engaging essays on the Christian concept of salvation. Being Saved is evidence of the dynamic, robust flourishing today of Christian philosophy and theology.' -- Charles Taliaferro, Professor of philosophy at St. Olaf College, and co-editor of the Blackwell Companion to Philosophy of Religion