Across the Spectrum Endorsements

Endorsements:

“This is an excellent mind-stretcher.”
Church Libraries

“Those looking for a text that exemplifies the shades of difference and peculiar accents current in evangelical theology will find this book very useful. . . . Given the target reader as an undergraduate student, the strength of the book lies in its tone and format (debate as argument and rebuttal). . . . Exhibit[s] the potential for meaningful classroom engagement.”
–Douglas R. Sharp, Review and Expositor

“One of the more scholarly books written to give expression and encouragement to this [evangelical] diversity…The range of topics covered is fascinating.”
–Mark D. Thompson, The Briefing

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