Bloesch, Donald George
BLOESCH, Donald George.
BLOESCH, Donald George. American, b. 1928. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Professor of Theology, now Emeritus, Dubuque Theological Seminary, Iowa, 1957-. Past President, American Theological Society, Midwest Division. Publications: Centers of Christian Renewal, 1964; The Christian Life and Salvation, 1967; The Crisis of Piety, 1968; The Christian Witness in a Secular Age, 1968; (co-author) Christian Spirituality East and West, 1968; The Reform of the Church, 1970; (ed.) Servants of Christ, 1971; The Ground of Certainty, 1971; The Evangelical Renaissance, 1973; Wellsprings of Renewal, 1974; The Invaded Church, 1975; Jesus Is Victor!, 1976; Essentials of Evangelical Theology, 2 vols., 1978-79; The Struggle of Prayer, 1980; Faith and Its Counterfeits, 1981; Is the Bible Sexist?, 1982; The Future of Evangelical Christianity, 1983; Crumbling Foundations, 1984; Battle for the Trinity: The Debate Over Inclusive God-Language, 1985; Freedom for Obedience, 1987; A Theology of Word & Spirit, 1992; Holy Scripture, 1994; God the Almighty, 1995; Jesus Christ, 1997; The Holy Spirit, 2000; The Church, 2002. Address: Dubuque Theological Seminary, 2000 University Ave, Dubuque, IA 52001, U.S.A.
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