By Eric M. Vail
"Vail takes fresh paintings on production and chaos and gives a brand new viewpoint for Christian theology. this angle keeps the kernel of historic construction doctrines that think God creates anything from not anything, however it does so with a clean viewpoint on . . . different theological doctrines, equivalent to soteriology and sanctification. those that search a loyal examining of the Christian culture and modern worldviews should be clever to paintings during the nuances of Vail's inventive production and chaos proposal."
--Thomas Jay Oord, Northwest Nazarene University
"Beginning 'in the beginning,' Vail's cautious and optimistic examine enlists biblical students, theologians, scientists, and patristics to chart a daring new path in production theology for Christians. How he will get there's simply as vital as his vacation spot. a useful, interdisciplinary resource!"
--William P. Brown, Columbia Theological Seminary
"Vail's booklet definitely does get production and chaos conversing with one another! cautious, specific, and planned, Vail takes us knee-deep--and occasionally deeper--into the tangled problems with 'chaos' and its a number of meanings that allows you to discover the complexities of relation among writer and construction. What emerges is an exciting doctrine of cooperative, conversational production, a cosmic group but within the making."
--Michael Lodahl, aspect Loma Nazarene University
Eric M. Vail is the senior pastor of First Church of the Nazarene in Saint Joseph, Missouri.