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 Don't Call it a Comeback (La foi d'hier pour une ère nouvelle)

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"This book pursues two parallel goals: on the one hand, it is a question of revealing to Christians what they should believe and how they should act, and on the other hand, of clearly defining the essentially theological nature. of the evangelical movement. The various authors have sought to be fully accessible in their presentations, and they have kept their commitment ... I admire, before God, the gifts and graces contained in this book aimed at “making known to young Christians, to newly converted or untrained Christians, the fundamental teachings of our faith and their application in real life ”(DeYoung). »
-From the preface by D. A. Carson

Author

KEVIN DEYOUNG (M. Div., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) is the Senior Pastor of Christ Covenant Church located in Matthews, North Carolina. He is also chairman of The Gospel Coalition, blogger for DeYoung, Restless, and Reformed, assistant professor of systematic theology at Reformed Theological Seminary (Charlotte, North Carolina) and doctoral candidate at the University of Leicester. He is the author of several books, including Vie de fou , The Rift in Our Holiness and The Ten Commandments .

Table of contents

Preface (D. A. Carson)
Introduction: Raised in the Faith, yet nothing to say! (Kevin DeYoung)

Part 1: The history of the evangelical movement: perspectives and retrospective
1. The Secret to Reaching the Next Generation (Kevin DeYoung)
2. The history of the evangelical movement from its origins (Colin Hansen)

Part two: Evangelical theology: meditating, feeling and believing essential truths
3. God: A Different Being (Jonathan Leeman)
4. Scripture: How is the Bible an unrivaled book? (Andy Naselli)
5. The Gospel: God takes the place of sinners (Greg Gilbert)
6. The New Birth: “You must be born again” (Ben Peays)
7. Justification: Why prefer the news of “Lord our righteousness” to that of “Lord our model” (Jay Harvey)
8. Sanctification: Self-Pity Is Not Enough (Owen Strachan)
9. The Kingdom: Heaven after Earth, Heaven on Earth, or a radically different reality? (Russell Moore)
10. Jesus Christ: the only way and our only hope (Tim Challies)

Part 3: Evangelical practice: learning to lead a life in accordance with God
11. A Sometimes Wonderful Life: Evangelicals and Vocation (Ted Kluck)
12. Social justice: And God in all of this? (Darrin Patrick)
13. Homosexuality: Grace, Truth, and the Need for Benevolent Courage (Eric Redmond and Kevin DeYoung)
14. Abortion: Why Evangelicals Cannot Be Silent and Inactive (Justin Taylor)
15. Gender Confusion and a Gospel-Shaped Counterculture (Denny Burk)
16. The local Church: not always sensational, but loved by Jesus (Thabiti Anyabwile)
17. Worship: an important event (Tullian Tchividjian)
18. The missions: the worship of Jesus and the joy of all nations (David Mathis)

Contributors
Biblical references index
Subject index
The Gospel Coalition

Details

Original title : Don't Call it a Comeback
Edited by : Kevin DeYoung
Publisher: Impact
Publication : 2011
Pages : 312
ISBN : 978-2-89082 -141-5
Dimensions : 13.5 x 21 cm
Format : paperback
Weight : 368 g < / p>

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