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Worldviews

Anthony J Steinbronn

Worldviews

Anthony J Steinbronn

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Author Anthony Steinbronn examines the postmodern perspective that views the Christian church as only one of many brands in the ideological supermarket. He critiques the position that Christianity no longer has ultimate truth but must take its place alongside numerous other religions. How should Christians respond in this pluralistic age? Steinbronn advocates that we need to know how different religions view the world, humanity's reason for existence, sin and its consequences, and eternal life. Armed with this knowledge, Christians can communicate the truth of God's Word to a world searching for truth and meaning. The book examines : Buddhism; Confucianism; Hinduism; Islam; Tribalism; Modernity.

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Author Anthony Steinbronn examines the postmodern perspective that views the Christian church as only one of many brands in the ideological supermarket. He critiques the position that Christianity no longer has ultimate truth but must take its place alongside numerous other religions. How should Christians respond in this pluralistic age? Steinbronn advocates that we need to know how different religions view the world, humanity's reason for existence, sin and its consequences, and eternal life. Armed with this knowledge, Christians can communicate the truth of God's Word to a world searching for truth and meaning. The book examines : Buddhism; Confucianism; Hinduism; Islam; Tribalism; Modernity.
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  • Catalogue Code 256559
  • Product Code 0758605986
  • EAN 9780758605986
  • Pages 270
  • Department Academic
  • Category Philosophy
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Concordia Publishing House
  • Publication Date Jan 2007
  • Dimensions 228 x 162 x 18 mm
  • Weight 0.404kg

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