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Timothy George

Timothy George is the founding dean of Beeson Divinity School of Samford University and a senior editor for Christianity Today.

Books by Timothy George

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John Robinson and the English Separatist Tradition
By author: Timothy George
Product Code: P006
ISBN: 9780865540439
Product Format: Paperback
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This study examines the writings of John Robinson, the pastor of the English Separatists or Plymouth Pilgrims, focusing on the tension between a sectarian ecclesiology and a predestinarian theology to explain the Separatist tradition.
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Theology in the Service of the Church: Essays Presented to Fisher H. Humphreys
By author: Timothy George   Edited by: Eric F. Mason
Product Code: H761
ISBN: 9780881461145
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This volume celebrates the life and work of Fisher H. Humphreys, a noted Baptist theologian whose teachings and writings have shaped several generations of pastors, missionaries, and theological students.
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Our Sufficiency Is of God: Essays on Preaching in Honor of Gardner C. Taylor
By author: Timothy George, Robert Smith, Jr.   Edited by: James Earl Massey
Product Code: H806
ISBN: 9780881462067
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Resources for preachers steadily appear, called forth by the perennial need for helpful and inspirational materials backed by experience, reverent scholarship, and creative insights. The essays in this book are of that cast. The chapters focus on the preaching ministry of Gardner Calvin Taylor, in whose honor the volume was prepared. They are offered, with affection and esteem, by colleagues, students, and friends, fellow preachers all, whose own attempts to speak the unsearchable riches of Christ owe much to the life and labors of Gardner C. Taylor.
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