With Heart, Mind & Strength: The Best of Crux, 1979-1989
Donald M. Lewis
Regent College Publishing, 1990 - Religion - 324 pages
We at Regent College are proud to present the best of CRUX for the years 1979-89 in this volume. With Heart, Mind & Strength exemplifies what we are trying to do at Regent College -- to give our best, our all, to God.
We have selected essays from the pages of the College journal, written by faculty, alumni and friends, on relevant issues, where the Bible meets today's world. The collection reflects the viewpoints and the wide range of interests we have -- biblical studies, theology, history, spirituality and interdisciplinary matters.
The authors include Klaus Bockmuehl, J.I. Packer, James Houston, Carl E. Armerding, Gordon Fee and W. Ward Gasque -- all well known through their own books, all appreciated by the students at Regent College.
For over twenty years, Regent has been concerned with the equipping of the laity, developing a new generation of thinking and acting Christians. We believe that we will be better able to interact with the modern world for having studied in an open atmosphere of inquiry and reverence.
And for eleven years, the College has published CRUX as its voice, a place where ideas may be put forward for illumination, discussion and correction.
We hope you find these essays to be a help in your own pilgrimage.
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W Ward Gasque The Promise of Adolf Schlatter
The Theory and Application of a Model of Last Resort
Murray Pura The Divine Game of Pinzatski
Luci Shaw The God Who Mixes His Metaphors
Bruce Waltke Relating Human Personhood to
Loren Wilkinson Art as Creation or Art at Work?
William J Dumbrell Creation Covenant and Work
Fee Laos and Leadership Under
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