Not in Kansas Anymore: Christian Faith in a Post-Christian World by Darrell Jackson, David Starling & Michael Frost
Darrell Jackson, David Starling & Michael Frost, eds., Not in Kansas Anymore: Christian Faith in a Post-Christian World, Wipf & Stock/Morling Press, 2020.
Not in Kansas Anymore explores the church’s place in the strange, new post-Christian world of the twenty-first-century West.
The twelve contributors approach the topic from a variety of angles, as historians, theologians, biblical scholars, missiologists, political activists, social theorists, pastors, and educators, and offer perspectives that at times complement and at times collide with one another. Whilst their analyses and proposals vary, they share a common conviction about the importance of the issues under discussion and a common desire for the conversations of the academy to connect with the mission of the church and the changing world in which that mission takes place.
The end result is a chance to listen in on a conversation that is provocative, timely, and engaging, full of insights and implications for students and practitioners alike.
About the Editors:
Darrell Jackson is Director of Research at Whitley Theological College (non-ACT).
David Starling is Chief Academic Officer at Morling College (ACT).
Michael Frost is Director of the Tinsley Institute, Morling College (ACT).
About other ACT contributors:
Tim MacBride is Head of Bible & Theology, Morling College.
Karina Kreminski is Lecturer in Missional Studies, Morling College
Edwina Murphy is Lecturer in Church History, Morling College
Matt Anslow is Plunge Co-Director, Morling College