Renewing the Vision: Reformed Faith for the 21st Century

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Cynthia M. Campbell
Westminster John Knox Press, 2000 M01 1 - 214 pages
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These essays and sermons are by twenty well-known Presbyterian scholars, pastors, and church leaders who seek to shape a vision for the theological center of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). The book is organized around five themes: Christology and preaching, the church and evangelism, mission and service, the authority and interpretation of Scripture, and ecumenism and the Reformed tradition. Each section includes two essays and two sermons.

 

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Contents

The Good News
3
Jesus Christ as Host and Guest
12
Sermons
23
The Hem of His Garment
32
The Hospitable Church
39
The Church and Gods Pentecostal Gift
51
Sermons
66
To Bless the Whole Human Family
74
The Word of Life
121
Reading the Bible and Reflecting on History
134
Sermons
148
Biblical Authority
155
A Reformed
165
Through Times of Challenge Controversy
178
Sermons
195
Multiculturalism or Cultural Circumcision?
201

Becoming the Salt and the Light
83
Sermons
106
Appendix A Call to Covenant Community
212
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Cynthia M. Campbell, president emerita of McCormick Theological Seminary, is pastor of the Highland Presbyterian Church, Louisville, Kentucky. She is a contributor to the Feasting on the Word and Connections series and the author of A Multitude of Blessings: A Christian Approach to Religious Diversity.

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