Part 1 Preface Chapter 2 Introduction: Two Models of Personal Transformation Chapter 3 The Essentiality of Human Participation in Sanctificational Growth Chapter 4 An Examination of Martin Ford's Capability to Participate in Sanctificational Growth Chapter 5 An Examination of Martin Ford's Concept of Personal Agency Beliefs Chapter 6 An Examination of the Believer's Union with Christ Integrated with Ford's Personal Agency Belief Model and Willard's Vim Model Chapter 7 Educational and Ministry Implications of Human Participation and Union with Christ Part 8 Bibliography Part 9 Index Part 10 Scripture Index
Dr. Keith Kettenring is Senior Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Anaheim, California and adjunct professor in the Ph.D. Educational Studies program at Talbot School of Theology. His Ph.D. in Educational Studies from Biola University/Talbot School of Theology emphasized Christian Spirituality in an educational setting. This work represents the research conducted for his doctoral dissertation. He has been married for thirty years and has two children.