Citizenship: United Kingdom
British theologian, an Anglican priest, a Christian apologist and author of more than fifty Christian books, Edward Michael Banks Green, born in 1930. He served as a missionary for the Church canons of the Church of the Holy Trinity in Raleigh, North Carolina, to the of 2007.
Green - a prolific writer, with much of his work is written for a mass audience, but it also contributed to the development of academic research. Many of his works discuss the twin themes of evangelism and apologetics. One of the goals of the theologian - to bring good news to the people, to increase their quota of confidence and help them begin to share their opinions in matters of faith with others. At a higher level, Michael has made a valuable contribution to the academic study of the practical and theoretical sides of evangelism in his book `evangelism early Tserkvi`. In this paper we study the preaching of the Gospel through the New Testament texts and teachings of the early church fathers.
In his writings, an Anglican priest examines the various objections relating to the hypocrisy of the religious pluralism and highlights the popular questions of unbelief and doubt the existence of God. He studied the evidence of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ in his two works. And his latest work, `The fiction and the truth is yes Vinchi` Code, is a powerful argument in favor of orthodox Christianity against Gnosticism. He claims that Gnosticism leads to the fall of morality, citing the case of homosexual initiation bishop of the Episcopal Church of the United States. Also, in his books, Michael examines questions of apprenticeship in the Christian life, sluzheniyai leadership in the church, the baptism doctrine, pneumatology and demonology.
His mother was Australian, and his father - a Welshman. Michael graduated from Clifton College, became a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1953 and Master in 1956. Exeter College, Oxford, and later - Bachelor of Arts in 1957. He became a Master in 1961 and a bachelor of theology in 1966, Queens College, Cambridge, in preparation for the ordination of the priest theological college Ridley Hall.
Green was admitted to the degree of Doctor of Theology of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the University of Toronto and received the appointment of a deacon in 1957 and priest in 1958. Green served as assistant priest at Holy Trinity Eastbourne during 1957-60, coach of the London College of Divinity 1960-96, rector of St. John`s College, Nottingham, 1969-75, as well as the head of the College of St. Oldeta, Oxford, 1975-86. In addition, Michael was an honorary canon of Coventry Cathedral priest from 1970 to 1978-th.
Then, the British minister of God moved to Canada, where he became a professor of evangelism at Regent College, Vancouver, from 1987 to 1992-th. He returned to England, where he was appointed advisor to the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Archbishop of York. In 1993, Green was appointed as one of the Six Preachers of Canterbury Cathedral. Despite the official departure from the situation in 1996, Michael became the senior researcher and head of evangelism and apologetics in the theological Wycliffe College, Oxford University in 1997 and lives in the village of Marston.
The theologian is married to Rosemary. The couple has four grown children, Sarah, Jenny, Tim and Jonathan.