Developing Postmodern Disciples : Igniting Theological Anthropology
DESIGNED FOR PASTORS. Resurrect the 'Dry Bones' of religion by igniting Theological Anthropology. In today's society questions are pondered: Does the prescription of the Great Commission remain an antidote for a world filled with fear, anxiety and doubt? Can the text of a 2000-year-old canonized Bible still provide life to desperate situations and guide us as Christians to a purposed life? This system (or process) uses practical theology to reveal biblical principles and how to adapt them to the challenges faced in a postmodern society. God is still in charge!
- Paperback | 64 pages
- 152 x 229 x 4mm | 108g
- 08 Oct 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About Dr Robbie C Allen
This book is constructed through the lens of an African American woman raised in an environment that is primarily void of the Christian church influence. My Mother was a single parent who did not attend church, but divine intervention lured me to a congregation at the age of ten. My attendance was sporadic and had more to do with my peers than with spiritual worship. My secular career was launched after my Mother introduced me to the idea of creating a Life-Plan to combat my current situation of an abusive husband, three children under five and a household annual income of less than $15,000. Abused, bewildered, but true to the strength of the women in my family, I had carried on in spite of the circumstances, but needed to change my "end result'. This plan successfully helped to map out a new future, and my Mother died in the tenth year. These factors influenced my contextual lens, hence my ministry of Discipleship. My struggle to find the peace, validation and freedom promised by a Christ that is all loving has been long; yet my ministry remains simplistic: that 'none would be lost.'