Grounded in Grace

Grounded in Grace

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On 9 January 2013 Dr. Ian M. Randall celebrated his sixty-fifth birthday. For this occasion, some friends and colleagues presented him with a Festschrift which reflects his achievements as a church historian with a particular interest in the Evangelical movement and spirituality. It also mirrors his involvement with theological training in central and eastern Europe. Over the last twenty years Dr. Randall has also established himself as a leading historian of the Baptist churches in Europe. The contributions to Grounded in Grace interact with his areas of interest: Baptists, the Anabaptist movement, Evangelicalism and spirituality. This book makes a valuable contribution to thinking in all these areas. Scholars, pastors, other church leaders and students will profit hugely from it. It contains a short biography and a bibliography of Ian's publications.
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  • Hardback | 362 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 21mm | 653g
  • English
  • 1725288249
  • 9781725288249

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'Ian Randall's colleagues and former students have produced an impressive and fascinating collection of essays, full of insight and wisdom. Critical, constructive and engaging, scholarly yet accessible, this Festschrift is truly grounded in grace - an important testimony to the legacy of an outstanding scholar. ' Parush R. Parushev is Pro-Rector, International Baptist Theological Seminary, Prague, Czech Republic 'Not only has Ian Randall applied his considerable skills as an historian to show how the past, present and futures of Evangelicalism interrelate, in his own life he has exemplified the warm heart, catholic spirit and theological vigour which characterise Evangelicalism at its best. This book serves as a fitting tribute to Ian's work, and to Ian himself. ' David Hilborn is Principal, St John's College, Nottingham, and former Head of Theology, Evangelical Alliance UK 'This is a lively collection of articles presenting insights into Baptist and Evangelical thought by well-known historians and theologians and rising scholars from across Europe. It ably illuminates contemporary scholarship in these fields and is worthy of an historian, teacher and pastor of Ian Randall's quality and generosity. ' Emma Wild-Wood is Director, Henry Martyn Centre, Cambridge, and an Affiliated Lecturer of Cambridge University
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