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Gary Loy lives in Kernersville, North Carolina and is a Ph.D. student in church history at Regent University Divinity School (Virginia Beach, VA). He received his B.A. (magna cum laude) in history and religion from High Point University (High Point, NC, 1998) and his M.A. in Christian doctrine and history from Regent University Divinity School (2003). He is a student member of the American Society of Church History and a Certified Lay Speaker in the Winston-Salem District, Western North Carolina Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.

Thomas C. Oden: Turning around the Mainline

Thomas C. Oden: Turning around the Mainline

Thomas C. Oden, Turning around the Mainline: How Renewal Movements are Changing the Church (Grand Rapids: Baker, 2006), 270 pages. This latest book by Thomas C. Oden gathers together for the first time the prevailing themes and documents of the confessing and renewal movements within mainline denominations. It also includes a case study concerning the […]

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