This book is a plea for a constructive liberal/conservative dialogue by demonstrating what such an exchange could be like. Assuming that liberal and conservative Christians are abysmally ignorant about each other, that each has a great deal to learn from the other, and that dialogue between the two will strengthen them individually, Clark Pinnock concludes that the renewed vitality of Christianity in today's world hinges in an important way on whether a genuine conservative/liberal dialogue comes into being.
Clark H. Pinnock Delwin Brown
Clark Pinnock graduated from the University of Toronto with a BA in Semitic languages in 1960 and the University of Manchester with a Ph.D. in New Testament in 1963. He has taught at the University of Manchester, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School near Chicago, Regent College in Vancouver, and since 1977 at McMaster Divinity College in Hamilton, Ontario. He is author of a number of books including Flame of Love and A Wideness in God's Mercy He is married to Dorothy and has one married daughter named Sarah.