A Lost God in A Lost World by Melvin Tinker
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Author Melvin Tinker
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Video with acknowledgement to St John Newland church. St John's is an Anglican Evangelical church in Kingston upon Hull, England.
From the Foreword by David F Wells:
I welcome this fine book. I appreciate the fact that Melvin Tinker has gone to the heart of the matter, to the very center of our faith. Evangelical faith is never going to be renewed by better marketing techniques, or more cultural accommodations, slicker presentations, or better business acumen. It will be renewed only when our knowledge of God is deepened, our walk with him becomes more genuine, our faith more authentic, and our churches more biblical. This is exactly what this book calls for. It sets up the doctrinal structure of Christian faith and lays out with great clarity the truth that these doctrines declare. And he shows that as pressing, and sometimes as novel as our challenges seem to be today, they are actually the recurring challenges that God’s people have faced in every generation. Here, though, he deals with those challenges from within the biblical period and lays out the biblical answers. If we would but listen we might be quite surprised at the results! We would see the gospel making inroads into our Western world, the Church finding new life, and Christians living with greater confidence and more hope. May it indeed be so!
Addressing the confusion of modern life, Melvin Tinker offers a sure guide to both the crisis of our time and the way to confront and overcome it.
Dr Gerald Bray, Beeson Divinity School, Samford University
A Lost God in a Lost World delivers cultural reflection and biblical insight in a highly accessible manner.
Dr Tim Chester, tutor with the Acts 29 Oak Hill Academy
Additional commendations by Dr Michael Reeves (Wales), Dr Benjamin Dean (South Africa) and Dr Tim Ward (London).
Melvin Tinker has served as Vicar of St John Newland since 1994, Melvin read Theology at Oxford University and trained for ordination at Wycliffe Hall. He has previously been curate at Wetherby Parish Church, Chaplain to Keele University and vicar of All Hallows, Cheadle. As well as speaking around the country and abroad, Melvin is the author of over fifty published articles dealing with a wide range of subjects relating to ethics and theology. He is also the author of several books, including, 'Salt Light and Cities on Hills' (EP Books), 'Why do bad things happen to good people?' (CFP), 'Reclaiming Genesis' (Monarch) and 'Intended for Good- The Providence of God' (IVP).