✓ The Fabric of Theology: A Prolegomenon to Evangelical Theology || ☆ PDF Download by Á Richard Lints

By Richard Lints | Comments: ( 285 ) | Date: ( Feb 21, 2020 )

After showing that today s evangelicals have not fared well in the crucible of modern pluralism, Lints argues that in order to regain spiritual wholeness, evangelicals must relearn how to think and live theologically He provides a provocative new outline for the construction of a truly transformative evangelical theology in the modern age.

  • Title: The Fabric of Theology: A Prolegomenon to Evangelical Theology
  • Author: Richard Lints
  • ISBN: 9780802806741
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback

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  • Phil

    Written in 2007:“The Fabric of Theology,” by Richard Lints, is a book with an important message for evangelicalism today. Seeing the current problem of fragmentation, he wants to see theology move from being a “patchwork quilt” to a “whole piece of fabric.”# He seeks to construct a theological structure upon which to drape a theological vision that understands our place in God’s redemptive history and can prophetically speak to contemporary culture. Admittedly, that is a bold under [...]

  • R.B.

    This was a great read. He shows how and why theology in the Church has been put on the back burner by analyzing the culture and the effects of the Fundamentalism and Liberalism debates in the 20th century. For example, one of the effects is a Methodist and Presbyterian on the pew are essentially believe the same (and admits it's a generalization but an accurate one). Lints then prescribes going back to Biblical Theology; finding our placing in the Drama of Redemption. Also, he would like to see [...]

  • Marc Sims

    This book was pivotal. Lints is striving to create a prolegomena (first word) for evangelical theology. How are we to orient ourselves to Scripture, theology, confessions, and culture before we undertake the task of doing theology? How do we travel from exegesis to doctrine? This book provided an opportunity to reflect and critique the presuppositions we bring to Scripture and how the very framework of Scripture offers us an Archimedean point to shift our biases. He looks extensively at the “t [...]

  • Matthew

    Read for a class on Biblical and Systematic Theology. Lints' chapters that review the history of theology through the Reformers (Luther and Calvin) up through Edwards and Vos were really good. Additionally, his critiques of postmodern thought and theology were quite helpful (and pretty prophetic about the results in the church considering the book was written back in 1993).The theological framework proposed by Lints (the textual, epochal, and canonical horizons of interpretation) are very good a [...]

  • Daniel Garrison Edwards

    There is much pack into this 372 pagesch history we as evangelicals have forgotten, as well as a harsh reminder of how much we have forsaken in the face of modernism. very dense. my brain hurts.

  • Russ

    Every theology student, pastor, a thinking Christian must read this book. While a bit dense at times, it is almost prophetic in its evaluation of the state of evangelicalism and it's relationship with the Bible, and what has actually come to pass.

  • vittore paleni

    A stirring and insightful read into the (lacking) theological life of evangelical churches, and the call and (bare) guide to a robustly theological existence in the life of the church, culture and academy.

  • Scott

    Though written two decades ago, this is the single best one volume treatment on evangelical prolegomena I have yet read. Making use of sound evangelical historiography and the best of the evangelical theological tradition, this book crosses disciplines in the best way possible.

  • Matthew

    A critical and necessary book in sorting through the varying worldviews and coming up with a strategy and structure to theology.

  • Tolivar Wills

    A must read for all beginning Theological studies!!!

  • Angie Giancola

    Great overview of the methodology behind constructing an evangelical theological framework and vision.

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