Equipping God's People to Create Missional Culture

Salt, Light, and a City by Graham Hill – A Review

salt-light-and-a-cityHere is the start of the review I did on Salt, Light and a City: Introducing Missional Ecclesiology by Graham Hill. To check out the total review, go to EMQ Online.

What does it mean to develop a missional ecclesiology by and for the whole church, for the good of the world and the glory of God? In Salt, Light and a City, Graham Hill, with his committed evangelical convictions, takes us on a journey where we mine for nuggets of theological wisdom from twelve significant theologians who reside in four different streams of the Church. Hill asks us to pick up our buckets, screens, and gem dirt. As we head to the different streams, he asks us to let the water of God’s Word wash through the gravel so that we might find the gemstones we need to build a robust ecclesiology.

Click here for the rest of the review, as Hill takes us to Rome (Catholic), to the East (Orthodox), to the protestant stream and finally the free church.

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