A Passion for Christ


Thomas F. Torrance, James B. Torrance, and David W. Torrance, A Passion for Christ: The Vision that Ignites Ministry, ed. Jock Stein and Gerrit Scott Dawson (Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock, 2010); Bellingham, Washington: Faithlife Corporation, Logos Bible Software, 2018; #2010-JS-1-Logos


Torrance, Thomas F., James B. Torrance, David W. Torrance. A Passion for Christ: The Vision That Ignites Ministry. Edited by Jock Stein and Gerrit Scott Dawson. The Torrance Collection. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock, 2010; Bellingham, Washington: Faithlife Corporation, Logos Bible Software, 2018; #2010-JS-1-Logos

Publication life cycle / General notes

See the original #1999-PFC-1 edition for chapter information.

Included in the Logos Select Works of Thomas F. Torrance collection, #2018-TFT-1-Logos.


In a culture increasingly secular in its pursuits and indifferent to the voice of the church, how may we ignite the fire for ministry that will bring the gospel to the world? How can weary pastors be sustained amidst a climate of doubt and resistance? For more than half a century, three remarkable brothers have offered a vision that has inspired thousands in churches and seminaries. Today, their message remains fresh and relevant as we enter a new millennium. And for one reason: The Brothers Torrance share a passion for Christ—the Christ of the Scriptures, the Christ of the historic Nicene faith. These essays distill the essence of their thought, and shine with the clarity of their shared vision. A Passion for Christ is a light of encouragement for ministers and lay people elsewhere.

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