This book explores the guiding vision of MBBC as it was conceived in the early 1940s and as it evolved and became an issue of intense disagreement and conflict through the years. MBBC was the main program supported by the Canadian Mennonite Brethren conference during the college’s existence (1944-1992), and, as such, its story reflects the theology, worship, and polity of the conference during those years.
Abe Dueck is the academic dean emeritus of Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg, MB. He was born in Coaldale, Alberta, and studied at various institutions, including the MBBC, UBC, and Goshen Seminary. In 1971, he received his Ph.D. in religion from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
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