Practical Aspects of Pastoral Theology

Practical Aspects of Pastoral Theology

Christopher Cone, General Editor

Seventeen contributors offer an introduction to Biblical function and roles in pastoring, considering such aspects as priorities, measuring success, diversity in the church, gender issues, financial integrity, legal awareness, church discipline, Biblical counseling, church growth, church planting, church polity, and more.

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  • Paperback: 404 pages
  • Publisher: Tyndale Seminary Press (2009)

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Contents and Contributors
  • “What is a Pastor?” by Joshua Bailey
  • “A Preacher or a Teacher?” by Patrick Belville
  • “Evangelical Feminism & Church Leadership,” by Andy Woods
  • “Principles of Financial Integrity as Illustrated by King Joash,” by Vern Hargrave
  • “The Plurality Principle,” by Christopher Cone
  • “Israelology & the Pastoral Role,” by Arnold Fruchtenbaum
  • “Time for Greek & Hebrew,” by Dave Olander
  • “A Biblical Model for Church Growth,” by Ralph N. Cone Jr.
  • “Early Challenges in Pastoral Ministry,” by Shaun Richard
  • “Priorities in Pastoral Ministry,” by Steve Spurlin
  • “Church Discipline: The Road to Restoration,” by Gary Gilley
  • “Pastoral Counseling,” by Jerry Pelfrey
  • “An Open Letter to Pastors from a Pastor’s Wife: An Appeal to Vigilance,” by Charlene Pelfrey
  • “Help! I Married a Pastor! Encouragement for Wives of Pastors,” by Lucy Cone
  • “Glory to God Through Missions,” by Jeff Heslop
  • “Pastors are Planters,” by Henry Vosburgh
  • “Legal Considerations in Pastoral Ministry,” by J. Shelby Sharpe
  • “Pastors, Computers and XXX,” by Jerry Pelfrey
  • “Measuring Success With God’s Purpose in Mind,” by Christopher Cone