Link Network. Borrow it Toggle Dropdown Ladd Library. Called to lead : Paul's letters to Timothy for a new day, Anthony B. Wall ; [foreword by Walter Brueggemann], electronic resource. Wall ; [foreword by Walter Brueggemann], electronic resource Resource Information. Wall ; [foreword by Walter Brueggemann], electronic resource represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Bates College. This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Creator Robinson, Anthony B. Contributor Wall, Robert W. Language eng. Publication Grand Rapids, Mich.
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It is now time for us to rediscover these letters and to put them into imaginative conversation with the contemporary realities of church and culture. That is precisely what this fine study accomplishes with exegetical care, theological acumen, and pastoral insight. Seminarians, ministers, and other leaders in Christian congregations should read "Called to Lead" carefully and consider together its potentially transformative implications for the church.
Lillian Daniel -- coauthor of"This Odd and Wondrous Calling" "Full of down-to-earth biblical wisdom, "Called to Lead" reminds us that there's not a leadership issue we can come up with that hasn't been addressed by Scripture already.
The chapter on lay ministry is already worth the price of the book. It would be a helpful resource for pastors, leaders in the church and students. It is very well organized, with each chapter having discussion questions to help readers probe the content area further. A very helpful interdisciplinary dialogue in which Paul s writings to Timothy come to life in helpful and clarifying ways, with a surprising freshness and relevancy.
Called to Lead: Paul's Letters to Timothy for a New Day by Anthony B. Robinson
But the pairing of these two authors is particularly fruitful. Their writing has the feel of an extended dialogue between two smart and faithful Christians who share common commitments but bring difference areas of expertise to the conversation. The book succeeds in delineating ways in which Acts is both relevant and helpful for church life today. Provides the readers with a pastoral interest a rewarding reading of these often neglected epistles. Created for Community. Stanley J. Two Views on Women in Ministry. Stanley N. Grounded in the Gospel. Jesus Have I Loved, but Paul?
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