David F. Wells
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David Falconer Wells
(born 1939) is Distinguished Senior Research Professor at
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
. He is the author of several books in which his
theology engages with the modern world.
Wells received his B.D. from the
University of London
; Th.M. from
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
; Ph.D. from
(England); and was a post-doctoral Research Fellow at
Yale Divinity School
. Wells is a Council member of the
Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
The Cambridge Declaration
came about in 1996 as a result of his book
No Place for Truth, or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology?
He has authored or co-authored numerous publications including:
Toward a theology for the future
Clark H. Pinnock
Revolution in Rome
The Evangelicals : what they believe, who they are, where they are changing
(edited with John D. Woodbridge)
The Search for Salvation
The prophetic theology of George Tyrrell
The person of Christ : a biblical and historical analysis of the incarnation
Reformed theology in America : a history of its modern development
God the evangelist : how the Holy Spirit works to bring men and women to faith
Christian faith and practice in the modern world
Mark A. Noll
Turning to God : Biblical conversion in the modern world
The Gospel in the......
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