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Category: Winter 2006

Harold Netland: Encountering Religious Pluralism

Harold Netland: Encountering Religious Pluralism

  Harold Netland, Encountering Religious Pluralism: The Challenge to Christian Faith & Mission (Downer’s Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2001), 368 pages. Netland capably considers all the angles for a thorough study achieving an informed, sophisticated, and faithfully Evangelical theology of religions. This is a must read for anyone seriously studying theology of religions within the bounds […]

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Winter 2006: Other Significant Articles

Winter 2006: Other Significant Articles

  Philip Yancey, “A Quirky & Vibrant Mosaic” Christianity Today (June 2005), pages 36-39. Who are evangelicals? They are not so easily defined as a gang of moralists allied with conservative American politics. Four distinctives may summarize what evangelicals identify with: “Conversionism: the belief that lives need to be transformed through a ‘born again’ experience. […]

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