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A Handful of Pebbles

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Sydney pastor Dr Peter Barnes traces the origin and development of theological liberalism, and convincingly demonstrates its departure from God's truth, and how destructive it can be to the faith and witness of true Christian churches. An uncompromising critique.


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Sydney pastor Dr Peter Barnes traces the origin and development of theological liberalism, and convincingly demonstrates its departure from God's truth, and how destructive it can be to the faith and witness of true Christian churches. An uncompromising critique.

"At first sight the word 'liberalism' does not seem threatening in any way. Quite the reverse, it is often associated with ideas like 'democracy', 'freedom' and 'generosity of spirit'. However, there is something quite sinister about 'theological liberalism'; although not a well-defined term, it usually refers to a belief system which rejects the orthodox view of the Christian faith as set out in the Bible, and summarized in the church's historic creeds and confessions." "This book traces the origin and development of theological liberalism and convincingly demonstrates what a dangerous and destructive thing it is to the Christian church. The author shows that a battle continues to rage today, not between two varieties of true Christianity, but between truth and error, light and darkness, good and evil."--BOOK JACKET.
-Publisher

At first sight in Peter Barnes' book, A Handful of Pebbles, the word 'liberalism' does not seem threatening in any way. Quite the reverse, it is often associated with ideas like 'democracy', 'freedom' and 'generosity of spirit'. However, there is something quite sinister about 'theological liberalism'; although not a well-defined term, it usually refers to a belief system which rejects the orthodox view of the Christian faith as set out in the Bible, and summarized in the church's historic creeds and confessions. This book traces the origins and development of theological liberalism and convincingly demonstrates what a dangerous and destructive thing it is to the Christian church. The author shows that a battle continues to rage today, not between two varieties of true Christianity, but between truth and error, light and darkness, good and evil.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 278797
  • Product Code 9780851519777
  • ISBN 0851519776
  • EAN 9780851519777
  • Pages 96
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Banner Of Truth
  • Publication Date Jun 2008
  • Dimensions 180 x 119 x 7mm
  • Weight 0.106kg

Peter Barnes

Peter Barnes (Ph.D., University of Sydney) is a Presbyterian pastor who lives in Sydney. He ministers at Revesby Presbyterian Church and lectures in Church History at the Presbyterian Theological Centre in Burwood. He has authored a number of books and commentaries including Galatians (Evangelical Press Study Commentary), Both Sides Now: Ecclesiastes and The Human Condition, Knowing Where To Stand (John's Epistles) Welwyn Commentary and The Gospel: Did Paul And Jesus Agree?

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