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Gerrit Dawson on “Reclaiming Adoption”

by Dan Cruver Published Nov 17, 2010

Gerrit Dawson on our upcoming book, Reclaiming Adoption: Missional Living Through the Rediscovery of Abba Father:

Reclaiming Adoption is the best kind of theological work: it sings and it sends! As I read, I wanted to praise the Triune God for his great love. Then I felt the urgency of the call to live that love among the world’s orphans. Completely accessible and appealing to “ordinary” Christians, Reclaiming Adoption is thoroughly grounded in Scripture and flows from the great heart of the Church’s historic understanding of the Word. The authors have uncovered new depths and fresh passion in expressing how adoption clarifies the meaning of our union with Christ. Too much evangelical theology today is shallow and powerless because it arises from an abridged gospel. Reclaiming Adoption expands our vision to the fuller glory of the whole narrative of Christ’s work. Thus, this book can transform the worship, education and mission of any church bold enough to explore its truth.”

—Gerrit Dawson, Teaching Pastor, First Presbyterian Church of Baton Rouge and author of Jesus Ascended: The Meaning of Christ’s Continuing Incarnation and Called By A New Name: Becoming What God Has Promised.

Cruciform Press will release Reclaiming Adoption on January 1, 2011.

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