Fall Theology Conference 2001: What Does It Mean to Be Saved? Broadening Evangelical Horizons of Salvation

Speaker(s): Amy Sherman, Bruce Hindmarsh, Cherith Fee Nordling, Henri Blocher, Loren Wilkinson, Rikk Watts, Vince Bacote
Date: 2001
Length: 10h50m
Product ID: RGDL3138S

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Evangelicalism emerged in the eighteenth century as a movement keenly interested in salvation. "New Birth", "New Light", "getting saved" and becoming "soundly converted" - these were the bywords in the revivals on both sides of the Atlantic. What, however, is the evangelical understanding of salvation today? What ought it to be?

See All Audio by Amy Sherman Bruce Hindmarsh Cherith Fee Nordling Henri Blocher Loren Wilkinson Rikk Watts Vince Bacote

Amy L. Sherman is Senior Fellow at the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, USA. She is also Senior Fellow at the Sagamore Institute for Policy Research in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, where she directs the Center on Faith in Communities, and the Editorial Director for FASTEN (the Faith and Service Technical Education Network). She is author of several books, including Establishing a Church-based, Welfare-to-Work Ministry: A Practical How-To Manual, Sharing God's Heart for the Poor: Meditations for Worship, Prayer, and Service, and The Charitable Choice Handbook for Ministry Leaders.

Bruce Hindmarsh is the James M. Houston Professor of Spiritual Theology at Regent College. He also serves as the President of the American Society of Church History. He is author of John Newton and the English Evangelical Tradition: Between the Conversion of Wesley and Wilberforce and The Evangelical Conversion Narrative, and his articles have appeared in Church History and the Journal of Ecclesiastical History.

Cherith Fee Nordling is Associate Professor of Theology at Northern Seminary in Lombard, Illinois, USA. She is author of Knowing God by Name: A Conversation between Elizabeth A. Johnson and Karl Barth, which is Volume 13 of the Issues in Systematic Theology series.

Henri Blocher No Biographical Information available.

Loren E. Wilkinson is retired as Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies & Philosophy at Regent College. Previously he served as Associate Professor in the Department of English at Seattle Pacific College and Fellow at the Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship. He is editor of Earthkeeping in the Nineties: Stewardship of Creation, and co-wrote Caring for Creation in Your Own Backyard with his wife, Mary Ruth.

Rikk E. Watts is Professor of New Testament at Regent College. Previously, he served as an instructor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Wycliffe Hall at Oxford University, La Trobe University, and the Bible College of Victoria (now the Melbourne School of Theology). He is author of Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark, as well as a founding member of On Being, an Australian Christian magazine.

Vincent E. Bacote is Associate Professor of Theology and Director of the Center for Applied Christian Ethics at Wheaton College. He is author of The Spirit in Public Theology: Appropriating the Legacy of Abraham Kuyper.

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