"The different perspectives brought to this volume by the three authors greatly enhance the plausibility of their argument.... A good conversation starter for courses in urban ministry, ecclesiology, and spiritual formation."--Amos Yong, Religious Studies Review
A Many Colored Kingdom explores Christian formation and teaching in the church, with a particular focus on intercultural and interethnic relationships.
Well qualified to speak on issues of diversity, the authors describe relevant aspects of their own personal journeys, presented in compelling narrative form. They go on to identify key issues emerging from their Scripture studies and teaching experiences. A final chapter contains a conversation among the authors as they respond to one another's insights and concerns.
This book will be required reading for those engaged in as well as those preparing for a life of teaching and ministry in our increasingly multicultural world.