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Author: Milton J. Coalter

Milton J. Coalter is Library Director and William B. and Mildred L. Nivison Professor at Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education in Richmond, Virgina. He is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

The Confessional Mosaic
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12/1/1990 Add to Shopping Cart

The Confessional Mosaic

Presbyterians and Twentieth-Century Theology

Focusing on the expression of faith among American Presbyterians, this book surveys important developments in Presbyterian theology and worship. It provides an understanding of the changes in mainstream Protestantism and American Christianity, and a...

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The Diversity of Discipleship
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The Diversity of Discipleship

Presbyterians and Twentieth-Century Christian Witness

This volume considers three issues in the Presbyterian Church that have proved to be perplexing to the witness of faith: outreach, ecumenism, and pluralism. The first four essays illustrate that troubling questions about the church's witness arose i...

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How Shall We Witness?
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How Shall We Witness?

Faithful Evangelism in a Reformed Tradition

Witness has long been recognized as an essential task of Christ's disciples. But the question of how to evangelize responsibly has often confused and divided the Christian community. How Shall We Witness? is an account of one Christian family seekin...

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The Mainstream Protestant "Decline"
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The Mainstream Protestant "Decline"

The Presbyterian Pattern

The meaning of the declining membership in mainline Protestant denominations has been hotly contested since the 1960s. Drawing on statistical analysis of membership trends, congregational surveys, individual interviews, research on disaffiliation, a...

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The Organizational Revolution
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The Organizational Revolution

Presbyterians and American Denominationalism

This book addresses the organizational character of American religious history and points to a tentative but significant conclusion: The Presbyterian Church has been undergoing an organizational revolution, and the roots of this revolution seem to h...

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The Pluralistic Vision
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The Pluralistic Vision

Presbyterians and Mainstream Protestant Education and Leadership

Essays in this valuable book examine the results of research on theological education in the twentieth century, spiritual formation among seminarians, and the changing nature of Presbyterian-related colleges. Several essays review Christian educatio...

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The Presbyterian Predicament
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The Presbyterian Predicament

Six Perspectives

In this volume, six prominent writers from different disciplines strive to analyze the Presbyterian predicament and to offer solutions. The authors each approach this theme from a different angle, resulting in a varied and highly informative look at...

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The Re-Forming Tradition
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The Re-Forming Tradition

Presbyterians and Mainstream Protestantism

This book challenges American Presbyterians to remember their calling as Christians. The author believes that Presbyterians are summoned to a character of life that will awaken and address the religious questions of today with powerful and persuasiv...

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Study Guide for the Re-Forming Tradition
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Study Guide for the Re-Forming Tradition

Presbyterians and Mainstream Protestantism

This practical resource will assist individuals and adult groups in church school classes, sessions, and retreats by clarifying some of the major themes of each chapter in The Re-forming Tradition: Presbyterians and Mainstream Protestantism. Study h...

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