A. J. Conyers (1944-2004) was a Baptist theologian with wide-ranging interests and a founding faculty member of the George W. Truett Seminary at Baylor University. He published books ranging from basic Christian doctrine to political theology, but his many essays show his true range and depth of insight. This work collects ten of his most important and provocative essays in order to introduce Conyers–who died of cancer in 2004–to theologians and pastors unfamiliar with his contribution to the theological task of the church.
Safeguarding a Truly Catholic Vision of the World
Essays of A. J. Conyers
Dimensions:152mm x 229mm