Expand Your Horizons with the Global Christianity Collection

Global Christianity

One of my favorite things about traveling abroad is the intriguing, investigative conversations that seem to always take place. Discussing a topic with someone that has a completely different cultural background is often challenging, but most of all, it’s refreshing. Hearing thoughts from another perspective on a topic that to me, seems standard, pushes me to examine it further.

The Global Christianity Collection (7 vols.) lets the reader have this same sort of conversation. This collection provides examinations from experts of diverse cultural and theological backgrounds on historical, social, and theological implications of Christianity within the framework of globalization. The Global Christianity Collection helps locate the meaning and character of Christian theology in a 21st century, global context.

As it becomes increasingly easier to connect and interact with the modern world, both positive and negative opportunities arise. This collection offers insight and information on issues that Christians in the 21st century face and efforts being made to positively impact the situation.

So if you’re looking for ways to address this world that is in a time of economic, social, technological and political interdependence, be sure to check out the Global Christianity Collection (7 vols.). This collection retails at $384.75 but is available on pre-pub for only $79.95!

Today’s guest post is by Deni Avant, from the Logos Bible Software marketing team.

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2 Responses to “Expand Your Horizons with the Global Christianity Collection”

  1. Terrence January 13, 2011 at 12:19 pm #

    One of the author/editors of the book “Theology in Global Context: Essays in Honor of Robert C. Neville” is listed as Amos Young. The correct attribution is Amos Yong. A small, but important fact.

  2. Jayson Bradley January 13, 2011 at 1:09 pm #

    Terrence,
    Thanks for the heads up! You are absolutely correct, that is a pretty important fact. It has been fixed. Thanks again!