Disavowing Constantine: Mission, Church, and the Social Order in the Theologies of John Howard Yoder and Jurgen Moltmann
This book is a timely restatement of a radical theology of church and state in the Anabaptist and Baptist tradition. Dr. Wright constructs his argument in dialogue and debate with Yoder and Moltmann—major contributors to a free church perspective.
Praise for the Print Edition
Wright performs an important function…
—Colin Gunton, Professor of Christian Doctrine, King's College, 1984
- Title: Disavowing Constantine: Mission, Church, and the Social Order in the Theologies of John Howard Yoder and Jurgen Moltmann
- Author: Nigel Wright
- Series: Theological Studies Collection
- Publisher: Paternoster Press
- Publication Date: 2000
- Pages: 252
About Nigel Wright
Nigel Wright (B.A., B.D., M.Th., Ph.D.) studied at Spurgeon College. He is a past president of the Baptist Union of Great Britain and currently serves on the Council, where is moderator of its Doctrine and Worship Committee. He is also a member of the Baptist World Alliance, where he chaired the Study Commission on Christian Ethics. Wright is the author of numerous books and articles, including Challenge to Change: A Radical Agenda for Baptists, New Baptists, New Agenda, and Free Church, Free State: The Positive Baptist Vision.