A SHORT HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN ZIONISM
From the Reformation to the Twenty-First Century
This book is about an idea―namely, that Scripture mandates a Jewish return to the historical region of Palestine―which in turn morphed into a political movement, rallied around a popular slogan ("A country without a nation for a nation without a country"), and eventually contributed to the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948. Christian Zionism continues to influence global politics, especially U.S. foreign policy, and has deeply affected Jewish–Christian and Muslim–Christian relations ....
IN DARKEST LONDON
The Manuscript Journal of Joseph Oppenheimer, City Missionary
A small hand-written journal kept daily by a door-to-door evangelist with the London City Mission in 1861 provides a rich resource for our understanding of urban mission in the midst of the desperate poverty of slum life. Through a study of these notations, penned by German-Jewish convert and city missionary Joseph Oppenheimer, Donald Lewis sheds new light on the work of Victorian Evangelicals among the urban poor "in darkest London."
DICTIONARY OF EVANGELICAL BIOGRAPHY, 1730-1860
The Dictionary of Evangelical Biography will help broaden your perspective on the players in the English-speaking world's evangelical movement during the first 150 years of its development.
This "who's who" directory features 3,570 biographies of English-speaking evangelical figures from every continent. Researched and written by 344 historians from around the world, this wide-ranging text explores even minor evangelical figures whose biographies are found in no other modern work ....
THE ORIGINS OF CHRISTIAN ZIONISM
Lord Shaftesbury And Evangelical Support For A Jewish Homeland
In this study of Lord Shaftesbury – Victorian England’s greatest humanitarian and most prominent Christian Zionist – Donald M. Lewis examines why British evangelicals became fascinated with the Jews and how they promoted a ‘teaching of esteem” that countered a “teaching of contempt.” Evangelicals militated for the restoration of Jews to Palestine by lobbying the British cabinet on foreign policy decisions ....
THE FUTURE SHAPE OF ANGLICAN MINISTRY
A new generation of leadership is emerging within the Anglican Communion. This book examines the challenges and opportunities facing these young leaders and Anglicanism more broadly. It explores the nature and shape of Anglican ministry in the new millennium. Designed for those who are considering ordination and those who are in training for the same. It is of appeal to lay leaders as well. Donald M. Lewis (DPhil, Oxford) is Professor of Church History and Academic Dean at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. An active Anglican, he is also the secretary of Regent College's Anglican Studies Program.
Theology, History, and Culture in Regional Perspective
Donald M. Lewis
Richard V. Pierard
Evangelicalism is not merely a North American religiously charged ideology that dominates the popular mind. Over the last century, evangelicalism has taken on global proportions. It has spread from its northern heartlands and formed burgeoning new centres of vibrant life in the global South. Alongside Islam, it is now arguably the most important and dynamic religious movement in the world today ....
DOING THEOLOGY FOR THE PEOPLE OF GOD
Studies in Honour of
J. I. Packer
Donald M. Lewis
For nearly a half-century J.I. Packer has distinguished himself as a theologian for the church. While his erudition sets him apart in the academy, his calling and his heart's desire have been doing theology for the people of God. In honour of his seventieth birthday, friends, colleagues and students from around the world have contributed this notable group of essays, making their own or reflecting upon Packer's advancement of the cause of good theology for the church.
The Global Expansion of
Donald M. Lewis
Christianity Reborn provides the first transnational in-depth analysis of the global expansion of evangelical Protestantism during the past century. While the growth of evangelical Christianity in the non-Western world has already been documented, the significance of this book lies in its scholarly treatment of that phenomenon ....
LIGHTEN THEIR DARKNESS
The Evangelical Mission to Working-Class London, 1828-1860
A comprehensive and compelling study of the church and the complexities of nineteenth-century London. Challenging our understanding of the culture in working London at this time, Lewis presents a well-structured and illuminated work that contributes substantially to the study of evangelicalism and mission in nineteenth-century Britain.
With Heart, Mind & Strength
The Best Of Crux, 1979-1989
Edited by Donald M. Lewis
We at Regent College are proud to present the best of CRUX for the years 1979-89 in this volume. With Heart, Mind & Strength exemplifies what we are trying to do at Regent College -- to give our best, our all, to God. We have selected essays from the pages of the College journal, written by faculty, alumni and friends, on relevant issues, where the Bible meets today's world. The collection reflects the viewpoints and the wide range of interests we have -- biblical studies, theology, history, spirituality and interdisciplinary matters.