By Russell L. Meek,N. Blake Hearson
This ebook brings jointly the services of numerous evangelical students who're dedicated to serving the church via scholarship. the amount is for that reason excellent for scholar ministry, Sunday institution periods, small teams, and contributors attracted to attractive the broader tradition from a stance that's good reasoned and dedicated to biblical religion and practice.
“Scholarly with out being pedantic, priceless with no being burdensome, this new paintings by means of various younger students presents dialogue on a number of wanted issues. As an ethicist myself, i'm continually overjoyed to work out younger students delve into components of wanted dialogue. i'm excited this booklet has been written and that those essays could good obtain a much wider viewers. Of instances while believers should be salt and lightweight, that day is now! I commend this team for relocating us from the place we're to the place we should be!”
—Frank S. web page, President and leader government Officer, Southern Baptist conference govt Committee
“Coffee store Conversations is as provocative because it is informative. The authors don't presume to supply ‘definitive’ solutions to our generation’s such a lot urgent moral difficulties, yet they're going to definitely get us considering. You’ll disagree with a few of it (I did) and you’ll reap the benefits of it all. I can’t think a extra fascinating publication to take advantage of as a dialogue starter with acquaintances in any Christian setting.”
—Gary M. Burge, Professor of latest testomony, Wheaton collage and Graduate School
Russell L. Meek is an accessory teacher and doctoral pupil at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He additionally serves because the affiliate editor for magazine for the Evangelical research of the previous testomony and is an assistant e-book assessment editor for magazine of Hebrew Scriptures.
N. Blake Hearson is an affiliate professor of previous testomony and Hebrew at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has served as a pastor of small teams at church buildings and has been a member of the college at Columbia Evangelical Seminary.