The gagging of God : Christianity confronts pluralism / D.A. Carson. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan Pub. House, [(c)2011.Edition: Fifteenth anniversary edDescription: 640 pages ; 24 cmContent type:
- BT118.G344 2011
- BT118.C321.G344 2011
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The challenges of contemporary pluralism part 1. Hermeneutics. The taming of truth : the hermenautical morass ; Escaping from the hermeneutical morass : "Let God be true, and every man a liar" ; pt. 2. Religious pluralism. Has God spoken? : the authority of revelation ; What God has spoken : opening moves in the Bible's plot-line ; What God has spoken : climactic moves in the Bible's plot-line ; God's final word ; On drawing lines, when drawing lines is rude pt. 3. Christian living in a pluralistic culture. Nibbling at the edges : the range of the challenge ; The vision thing pt. 4. Pluralism within the camp. Fraying, fragmented, frustrated : the changing face of Western evangelicalism ; On heralding the Gospel in a pluralistic culture ; On banishing the lake of fire ; "This is my Father's world" : contextualization and globalization Appendix: When is spirituality spiritual?
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