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Evangelical Heathenism?

Paperback|Jun 2000
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Theology isn't like geometry. When it acts that way, theological disaster is sure to follow. Much of contemporary revival theology has embraced such geometric, logically-forced systematics. Deducing everything from this narrow notion of human freedom excludes the core of Christian...


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Theology isn't like geometry. When it acts that way, theological disaster is sure to follow. Much of contemporary revival theology has embraced such geometric, logically-forced systematics. Deducing everything from this narrow notion of human freedom excludes the core of Christian faith: original sin, the imputation of Christ's righteousness, the substitutionary atonement, and the omniscience of God.

By starting with the definition of freedom as the "power of contrary choice," contemporary revivalism theology is forced ultimately to deny nearly the whole defining body of Christian faith: original sin, unregenerate man's moral inability, the imputation of Christ's righteousness in justification, the substitutionary atonement for sin, and the moral and intellectual infinity, perfection, and immutability of God.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 205183
  • Product Code 1885767188
  • EAN 9781885767189
  • Pages 154
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Canon Press
  • Publication Date Jun 2000
  • Dimensions 215 x 139 x 11mm
  • Weight 0.232kg

E Calvin Beisner

Dr. E. Calvin Beisner is Associate Professor of Historical Theology and Social Ethics at Knox Seminary, Florida. University of Southern California, B.A. magna cum laude; International College, M.A. magna cum laude; University of St. Andrews, Scotland, Ph.D.Prior to coming to Knox, Professor Beisner taught at Covenant College and has for many years been an author and lecturer on issues of Christian faith and practice. He is a CAPO (Center for the Advancement of Paleo-Orthodoxy) Fellow and has been a contributing editor for such publications as World Magazine, The Freeman, Christian Research Journal, and Crosswinds.