Purpose-Directed Theology: Getting Our Priorities Right in Evangelical Controversies

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Where We Stand Today.

Where Should We Be Going? On Pursuing Truth in a Contentious.

Getting Our Priorities Right in Evangelical On Boundaries and History. How should evangelicals grapple with controversial issues? What methods and principles should direct theological conversations, especially when evangelicals from various backgrounds come together?

These are the questions Darrell