After Imperialism

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This collection of essays is committed to the belief that evangelicalism continues to have the historical assets and intellectual hermeneutical and theological tools able to contribute to the global church. Evangelicalism possesses assets with explanatory power to address significant theological and cultural issues arising out of the churches in the Global South. Evangelical approaches to contextualization and biblical studies can produce valuable fruit. Therefore in May 2008 over a dozen evangelical scholars Chinese and Western from the United States, Hong Kong and Taiwan, came together to address issues of Christian and evangelical identity. The "Inter-Cultural Theological Conversation" was titled "Beyond Our Past: Bible, Cultural Identity, and the Global Evangelical Movement." This collection of papers from the conference demonstrates the value of the careful balancing of judicious appropriation of the social sciences and thorough biblical inquiry. Questions of evangelical identity in China and around the world are addressed from the disciplines of history, biblical studies, and systematic theology/contextualization.


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Author(s) - Richard R. / David W. Cook / Pao | Richard R. / David W. Cook / Pao


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ISBN - 9780718892579

Dimensions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.4 cm

Page Count - 256

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