From the Back Cover
A PROVEN REFERENCE TOOL
Theologians, pastors, lay readers, and students have relied on the Evangelical Dictionary of Theology as a valued resource for over fifteen years. Now, thoroughly updated, this leading reference work continues to provide comprehensive, useful, and accurate information in systematic, historical, and philosophical theology as well as theological ethics.
Reviews of the first edition:
"Provides for the first time a full and balanced overview of evangelical theology." -Library Journal
"EDT is a work of responsible evangelical scholarship, judicious, and generally fair to all sides. It has no ax to grind, though it does have a position to present. And happily, this it does with an acceptable confidence." -Christianity Today
"A first-class piece of evangelical scholarship . . . [it] deserves a place in the library of every evangelical pastor, scholar, and local church." - Trinity Journal
"The definitive theological dictionary from an evangelical standpoint. . . . Here is a reference tool that ought without question to be on the shelf of every university student, seminarian, and Christian worker." -Themelios
"This is a book that all who are concerned about Christian ministry, whether on a professional or a lay level, would do well to have." -Robert H. Culpepper, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
"A prodigious and significant work." -Review and Expositor
Walter A. Elwell (Ph.D., University of Edinburgh) is professor of Bible and theology at Wheaton College Graduate School. He is the editor of numerous reference works and the coauthor of Encountering the New Testament.
About the Author
Walter A. Elwell
(Ph.D., University of Edinburgh) is professor of Bible and theology at Wheaton College Graduate School. He is the editor of numerous reference works and the coauthor of Encountering the New Testament