Steve McCormick on “An Evangelical Social Gospel?”

“Every once in a while, as we journey in faith, we will discover the kind of guide who not only helps us find our way, but our voice. Tim Suttle has not only found his way further into God’s Kingdom, but he has discovered his own voice by rediscovering a like-minded pastor, theologian, and fellow [Read More...]

John Franke on “An Evangelical Social Gospel?”

“In this remarkable and enjoyable book Tim Suttle draws on the theology of Walter Rauschenbusch in offering a holistic account of the Gospel that is truly good news for the world. In so doing he reminds us that the invitation to follow Jesus and participate in the mission of God involves all that we are [Read More...]

Christopher Evans on “An Evangelical Social Gospel?”

“Combining elements of history, theology, and autobiography, Tim Suttle has written a thought-provoking book that serves as a fresh assessment of Walter Rauschenbusch for the 21st century church. In an age when many Christians use labels such as ‘evangelical’ and ‘liberal’ in an uncritical fashion, Suttle calls upon his audience to reflect on how a [Read More...]

Tony Campolo on “An Evangelical Social Gospel”

“This is a down-to-earth account of how the thinking of a young Evangelical changed his understanding of the Gospel from a message that addressed individualistic sin management to a holistic Gospel that includes a strong emphasis on justice. He makes the teachings of Walter Rauschenbusch accessible to all readers, but undoubtedly this book will have [Read More...]

Brian McLaren on “An Evangelical Social Gospel?”

“Tim Suttle’s first book, An Evangelical Social Gospel?, brings a message of balance and challenge needed by us all. This gifted new writer helps us rediscover one of our most-misunderstood old writers from a century ago. Highly recommended.” – Brian McLaren, author/activist (brianmclaren.net) Consider me completely stoked! [Read more...]

Shane Claiborne on “An Evangelical Social Gospel?”

“There is a dreadful pattern evident in church history where we continually overcompensate where our Christianity has become imbalanced. We exaggerate the truth that has been neglected, and we keep ending up with a lopsided faith… then we wind up with Jesus-lovers that forget justice and justice-lovers that forget Jesus. It is my hope that [Read More...]

Stanley Hauerwas on “An Evangelical Social Gospel?”

“An Evangelical Social Gospel? is a joy to read because Suttle is so deadly serious about matters that matter. The book is filled with delightful surprises not the least being the recovery of Walter Rauschenbusch to challenge the individualism of evangelical Christianity. But this book is more than critique it is a wonderful imaginative attempt [Read More...]

Postliberal Theology for Dummies (like me)

It’s tough to summarize what I think postliberalism is in a way that is succinct and yet does not miss the main tenets. I feel sure I’ve failed to strike that balance here, nevertheless I offer a few reflections on what Postliberal theology means to me below. The Postliberal school of theology (also called the [Read More...]

Love Wins Interview: Rob Bell and Adrian Wornock

For those of you who have followed the Love Wins drama & wished it could be different; more cordial, loving, and productive – I would encourage you to take 55 minutes and watch this interview. Unlike most of what I’ve seen on radio and television surrounding Love Wins, this video portrays a very productive hour [Read More...]

Groundhog Day and Easter http://tinyurl.com/3tc6raj Guys quote movies — we know this. In my opinion, one of the most quotable is the movie Groundhog Day where Bill Murray’s venerable comedic talents have never been on more conspicuous display. There are so many great lines: “This is one time where television really fails to capture the [Read More...]

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