This volume of essays, dedicated to Stan and Ruth Burgess, has been written by their colleagues and students to honor them as they retire after many years of distinguished service to Evangel University, Southwest Missouri State University, and Regent University. Several meanings can be subsumed under the title Children of the Calling. Stan and Ruth grew up in India, children of Pentecostal missionaries who felt they had qdivine callings.q They were influenced not only by the religious callings of their parents, but also by the cultural milieu of India. Though they did not personally take on board the specific missionary calling of their parents, they charted life maps that benefitted from the cross-cultural proficiencies developed in their childhoods in India, which to a large extent colored the influence they would have on their children, academic colleagues, and students, some of whom have submitted essays for this Festschrift. The diversity of subjects in this volume attests to the breadth of the scholarly work of Stan and Ruth Burgess. The first section narrates the major highlights of Stan and Ruth's academic biographies, the second presents pioneering studies of biblical studies and church history, and the third offers application-based research and personal reminiscences.Atudes de thAcologie positive sur la sainte TrinitAc. 3 vols. Paris: Retaux, 1892a98. grenz, Stanley J. Rediscovering the Triune God: The ... of Oradea 9 (2011) 125a 42. http://www.emanuel.ro/eng/files/ Perichoresis/Perichoresis%209_2%20web. pdf. aaa. The Trinity: Global Perspectives. louisville: Westminster: Knox, 2007.
|Title||:||Children of the Calling|
|Author||:||Eric Nelson Newberg, Lois E. Olena|
|Publisher||:||Wipf and Stock Publishers - 2014-12-23|