"This Cambridge Companion provides a valuable resource for the study of evangelical theology. The various contributions are intended to assist both scholars and students to understand more fully evangelical theology especially as it is present in Africa, Asia and Latin America. This Book deserves a place in any theological library. "
Lucien J. Richard, Catholic Library World
"...offers helpful insight into some of the various contours in which modern evangelicalism finds itself." --Jeffrey Anderson, Regent University School of Divinity: Religious Studies Review
"The Cambridge Companion to Religion series aims to provide accessible introductions for new readers and non-specialists. This volume surpasses that goal with its specialized and ethnically diverse authors, its accessibility, its up-to-date analyses, its breadth of topics, and its global scope, all of which should afford it a wide readership." --Restoration Quarterly
Evangelicalism is one of the largest and most geographically diverse global religious movements. Moving beyond the confines of Anglo-American perspectives this Companion, first published in 2002, also includes essays exploring evangelical theology in African, Asian, and Latin American contexts. It discusses both classic doctrines and contemporary concerns such as gender, race and culture.