He was known for the intellectual rigor of The Nature of Doctrine. But what drove him was a commitment to Christian unity.
I read The Nature of Doctrine in college—and finally understood why God had seemed so vague to me.
He is best known for his 1984 book The Nature of Doctrine and his engagement in the ecumenical movement.
Michael Kinnamon raises key questions about the ecumenical movement and its need for renewal. He's ideally positioned to propose answers.
James K. A. Smith suggests that the work of Richard Rorty can be a source of renewal—even though it makes many conservative Christians shrink in horror.
Setting the agenda for ecumenism
The origins of postliberalism
Developing an Israel-like view of the church