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Evangelical spirituality

Alister E. McGrath

Evangelical spirituality

past glories, present hopes, future possibilities

by Alister E. McGrath

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Published by St. Antholin"s Lectureship Charity Trustees in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAlister E. McGrath.
SeriesSt. Antholin"s Lectureship Charity Lecture -- 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination25p. ;
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13921815M

  The Emergence of Evangelical Spirituality offers readers a balanced collection of primary sources for eighteenth-century evangelical spirituality in America and Britain. Beginning with a chapter that introduces readers to the foundational nature and themes of evangelical spirituality, the book goes on to present the writings of men and women 5/5(1). The title of this book reflects a widespread feeling, particularly among younger Christians, that the old idea of a daily “Quiet Time” has become tired and outdated. Alister McGrath sets out to develop a radically new approach to Bible study which affirms the central importance of the Scriptures, while exploring fresh ways of relating to them. "Donald Bloesch's Spirituality Old New is an extraordinary gift to Christians everywhere, pastors and laity alike. It's really all about walking with God under the guidance and power of the Holy Spirit. Amid all the fads, half-truths, dead ends and dangers, Bloesch steers us with a steady, experienced, biblical hand to the goalwhich is not about our 'feeling it' but about God 'receiving it.   The Emergence of Evangelical Spirituality offers readers a balanced collection of primary sources for eighteenth-century evangelical spirituality in America and Britain. Beginning with a chapter that introduces readers to the foundational nature and themes of evangelical spirituality, the book goes on to present the writings of several 5/5(1).


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Just over 20 years ago, Alister McGrath gave the St Antholin lecture on ‘Evangelical Spirituality: past glories, present hopes and future possibilities.’ He begins by recognising those evangelicals who have seen the importance of spirituality within the evangelical tradition, and quotes with approval a lecture by Jim Packer.

Gordon, James M. Evangelical Spirituality: From the Wesleys to John : SPCK, pp. James Gordon (part-time lecturer in church history and systematic theology at Scottish Baptist Church in Paisley, Scotland, where he formerly served as principal) is Evangelical spirituality book on Christian spirituality as seen through transatlantic evangelicalism.

McGrath helps the reader develop a plan which offers a new approach to spirituality. The book encompasses both a devotional and a theological emphasis on reading, studying, and applying the Scriptures to daily life.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Text continues on inside back cover. Description: 25 pages ; 22 cm. Contents: Scripture as the church's key resources --The fact of humanity's unrighteousness and injustice --God's grace as the foundation of spirituality --Christ's death as the heart of spirituality --The reality of a present relationship with the risen Christ in.

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