The Eerdmans Stanley J. Grenz Collection gathers three of the distinguished evangelical scholar’s best works to provide insightful analysis and practical guidance on important aspects of theology and Christian life.
First, Grenz’ A Primer on Postmodernism explores challenges presented to the church by the cultural shift from modernism to postmodernism, helping readers better understand exactly what postmodernism is, who its major figures are, and how its emergence must affect the way the church reaches this new generation. In Prayer, Grenz discusses petitionary prayer—showing it to be a crucial way for us to be involved with God’s work in history. He also addresses crucial questions about prayer. Drawing from a wealth of experience and wisdom, he offers practical guidance for individuals and churches looking to deepen their prayer lives. Rounding off this collection is a work of systematic theology, Theology for the Community of God, which presents the traditional themes of Christian doctrine with an emphasis on the establishment of community.
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Stanley J. Grenz (1950–2005) was Pioneer McDonald Professor of Theology at Carey Theological College, Vancouver, British Columbia, and professor of theological studies at Mars Hill Graduate School, Seattle, Washington. He authored over 25 books, including Rediscovering the Triune God and What Christians Really Believe and Why.