Christ and Conversion

Speaker(s): Alan Torrance
Date: 1996
Length: 18h 16m
Product ID: RGDL2703S

Purchase Options:

MP3 Download - $59.99


Jesus Christ is the central focus of the Christian faith and defines our Christian existence. However, foreign philosophies and false doctrines of God have too often served to distort our interpretation of the person and work of Christ and undermine a biblical understanding of Christian conversion. In this series the listener is challenged to rediscover the radical implications of Christology for interpreting the gospel of Grace and God's purposes for the renewal of humanity. The listener will gain a clearer understanding of the significance of a theology of conversion for the life and witness of the church in our contemporary world.

See All Audio by Alan Torrance

Alan Torrance is Professor of Systematic Theology at St Mary's College of the University of St Andrews. He is author of Christ and Context and Persons in Communion: An Essay on Trinitarian Description and Human Participation.

Related Audio

Details / Buy

Leadership and Spirituality

Speaker: Dallas Willard

Details / Buy

The Psalms

Speaker: Derek Kidner

Details / Buy

The Epistle to the Romans in Context

Speaker: Douglas Moo

Details / Buy

The Gospel of John

Speaker: Michael Green

Details / Buy

Jonathan Edwards: His Life & Thought

Speaker: George Marsden

Details / Buy

Pastors' Conference 1993: Preaching & Spirituality

Speaker: Gordon Fee

Details / Buy

The Makings of a Protestant Mind

Speaker: Valentine Cunningham

Details / Buy

The Evangelical Church: Reality or Illusion? Is Evangelical Ecclesiology an Oxymoron?

Speaker: Bruce Hindmarsh, Daniel Carro, Edith Humphrey, … (see details for all)