Endorsements & Reviews-
"A welcome contribution to the cause of Christian unity. It deserves serious consideration by all branches of the Christian family."
--Donald G. Bloesch, University of Dubuque Theological Seminary
"A fascinating collection of essays, reflecting the range of Alan Sell's interests from Reformed theology to ecumenism, with some philosophy and social ethics along the way."
--David W. Thompson, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
"This is an important collection which not only honours Alan Sell's unique and incisive contribution to reformed and ecumenical theology, but takes the discussion forward in its own right."
--Tom Best, World Council of Churches
"Alan Sell has moved with ease in the different worlds of English Dissent, global Reformed theology, defending Christian theology in and from a university in western Canada, and in his last appointment professing both Christian theology and the philosophy of religion in the essentially dissenting nation of Wales--four careers all bound up in one lifespan. All this is reflected in this collection of essays which pay tribute to all that he has done in forming and informing the mind of the modern Dissent by those who have been his colleagues or whose careers have been shaped by his generous but incisive scholarship. Here they reflect on the spirituality, learning, mission, and churchmanship of the Reformed tradition and its unique contribution to the one catholic church of God."
--John Briggs, Centre for Baptist History and Heritage, Regent's Park College, University of Oxford