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    Robert Thornton Henderson
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    Providence House Publishers (November 3, 2000)
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Robert Thornton Henderson reveals that a return to the foundation upon which the Presbyterian Church was founded could be viable for the present and the future

In the present state, all denominations have a very limited future  . Robert Thornton Henderson reveals that a return to the foundation upon which the Presbyterian Church was founded could be viable for the present and the future. Blueprint 21 evangelizes not the denomination, but the statement of reformed tradition, the foundation of the Presbyterian Church, that speaks of In the present state, all denominations have a very limited future.

Robert Thornton Henderson reveals that a return t. .Blueprint 21 : Prebyterians in the Post Denominational Era. by Robert T. Henderson.

Robert Thornton (Bob) Henderson (born 1928) is an American author who has a history of teaching and being active in the Presbyterian Church. Henderson grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida. He received his undergraduate degree from Davidson College, and studied theology at both Westminster Theological Seminary, and Columbia Theological Seminary. He was the Presbyterian campus minister at North Carolina State University, the teaching pastor of Blacknall Memorial Presbyterian Church in Durham, .

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Blueprint 21. Presbyterians in the Post-Denominational Era. by Robert Thornton Henderson. Published November 3, 2000 by Providence House Publishers.

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In the colonies, the Presbyterian Church disagreed over doctrine and, most decisively, slavery, eventually splitting .

In the colonies, the Presbyterian Church disagreed over doctrine and, most decisively, slavery, eventually splitting into two factions. Balmer and Fitzmier explore its old world roots, and new world branchings, including the contribution to ecumenical discussions in the 20th century. The authors provide a manifestly useful introduction, a decidedly valuable summary.

Attitudes in Presbyterianism toward homosexuality vary, ranging from outright condemnation to complete acceptance. The "mother church" for Presbyterians worldwide, the Church of Scotland is still debating the issue of homosexuality. The "mother church" for Presbyterians worldwide, the Church of Scotland is still debating the issue of homosexuality

For Robert Maynard Hutchins. This makes the book-to use that dreadful term-rather relevant after all these years. Thornton used to say that he and I were brought up in the late foam-rubber period of American Protestantism.

For Robert Maynard Hutchins. He chuckled to me once that it was his ‘Marxist novel,’ Tappan Wilder recalls. Robert Maynard Hutchins, to whom the novel is dedicated and for whom it was written, noted Wilder’s views on the subject of the moneyed classes in his eulogy at Yale’s Battell Chapel on January 18, 1976: Thornton used to say that he and I were brought up in the late foam-rubber period of American Protestantism.

Many Christian leaders believe that denominations, if they stay in their present state, have a limited future. Robert Thornton Henderson reveals that a return to the foundation upon which the Presbyterian Church was begun could be viable for the present and in years to come. This book not only evangelizes Presbyterians, but calls for a return to the statements of reformed tradition upon which the Presbyterian Church was based. Henderson says that the Presbyterian Church must define that which is sine qua non of its life and witness, and he opens up three major areas that are absolutely essential: (1) the focus on God's mission to his lost creation in Christ; (2) the focus on Christ, who is God's Good News; and (3) the focus on reformed thought on the sovereign good purpose of God.

Robert Thornton Henderson is a graduate of Davidson College and Columbia Theological Seminary, and has done special studies in apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary. He pastored Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) congregations in North Carolina and Louisiana for forty years, primarily those in university settings. For the past seven years he has served as Director of Seminary Ministry for Presbyterians for Renewal. He is also associate editor of Catalyst, a journal for seminarians, and has written extensively about evangelism and congregational renewal. Henderson currently lives in Tucker, Georgia, with his wife, Betty Colburn Henderson. The Hendersons have four children and four grandchildren.