Southern Baptists, Evangelicals, and the Future of Denominationalism
Publication Date: April 2011
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Are church denominations necessary; do they even have a future? Such questions are explored in Southern Baptists, Evangelicals, and the Future of Denominationalism, based on a conference of the same name held at Union University where Evangelical and Southern Baptist scholars addressed challenging issues of theology, polity, and practice. Contributors include:Ed Stetzer ("Denominationalism: Is There a Future?") James Patterson ("Reflections on 400 Years of the Baptist Movement") Harry L. Poe ("The Gospel and Its Meaning") Timothy George ("Baptists and Their Relations with Other Christians") Duane Liftin ("The Future of American Evangelicalism") Ray Van Neste ("Pastoral Ministry in Southern Baptist and Evangelical Life") Mark DeVine ("Emergent or Emerging") Daniel Akin ("The Future of the Southern Baptist Convention") Michael Lindsay ("The Changing Religious Landscape in North America") Jerry Tidwell ("Missions and Evangelism") David S. Dockery ("So Many Denominations") Nathan Finn ("Passing on the Faith to the Next Generation")
R. Albert Mohler Jr. (title essay)
David S. Dockery is president of Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. He also serves as chairman of the board of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, has written close to thirty books, and is a contributing editor for Christianity Today magazine.Ray Van Neste is assistant professor of Christian Studies and director of the R. C. Ryan Center for Biblical Studies at Union University. Jerry Tidwell is senior vice president for Church Relations at Union University and former president of the Tennessee Baptist Convention.