Robert D. Cornwall
Robert D. Cornwall, APC is the Pastor of Central Woodward Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Troy, Michigan. He is also the editor of Sharing the Practice the journal of the Academy of Parish Clergy. He holds a M.Div. and a Ph.D. in Historical Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is also a graduate of Northwest Christian University in Eugene, OR and did graduate work in American History at the University of Oregon. He is the author/editor of several books including Visible and Apostolic: The Constitution of the Church in High Church and Nonjuror Thought (University of Delaware Press, 1993); Gilbert Burnet's Discourse on the Pastoral Care, (Edwin Mellen Press, 1997), A Cry from the Cross: Sermons on the Seven Last Words of Christ (CSSPublishing, 2008), Religion, Politics and Dissent, 1660-1832: Essays in Honour of James E Bradley, edited with William Gibson (Ashgate, 2010). He has contributed articles to a number of books, encyclopedias, and journals, including Religious Identities in Britain, 1660-1832, Events that Changed the Word in the Eighteenth Century, The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography , The Encyclopedia of the Stone Campbell Movement, Encyclopedia of Protestantism, Church History, Anglican Theological Review, Congregations, the Progressive Christian, and Anglican and Episcopal History. He also writes for several blogs including Ponderings on a Faith Journey (personal blog), Theolog, and [D]mergent.
Author web site: Ponderings on a Faith Journey
Robert D. Cornwall is an editor of the The Academy of Parish Clergy Conversations in Ministry series.
Energion Publications Books by this Author
Unfettered Spirit (1-938434-59-5)
Spiritual Gifts for the New Great Awakening
Faith in the Public Square (1-893729-46-X)
Shedding light on the interface between faith and politics
Ephesians: A Participatory Study Guide (1-893729-88-5)
An excellent study guide for individuals or small groups
Ultimate Allegiance: The Subversive Nature of the Lord's Prayer (1-893729-84-2)
The Lord's prayer is a theological and practical challenge pointing us to our true primary allegiance