Christian Uniqueness Reconsidered: The Myth of a Pluralistic Theology of Religions

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  • Title: Christian Uniqueness Reconsidered: The Myth of a Pluralistic Theology of Religions
  • Author: Gavin D'Costa
  • ISBN: 9780883446867
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Myth of Christian Uniqueness Toward a Pluralistic The Myth of Christian Uniqueness Toward a Pluralistic Theology of Religions John H Hick, Paul F Knitter on FREE shipping on qualifying offers A new model of Christian theology, the pluralistic model, is taking shape, moving beyond the traditional models of exclusivism Christianity as the only true religion and inclusivism Christianity as the best religion toward a Montville Souterrain Sacred Ceremonial Stone Landscapes Montville Souterrain Is the Montville souterrain really a souterrain This structure has been largely ignored by academic archaeologists, perhaps because it was discovered by a group of neo antiquarians who seemed to have an agenda of lumping together the area s stone chambers and this unusual tunnel into a Celtic grab bag. Creation Accounts and Ancient Near Eastern Religions Christian Research Institute Our Mission To provide Christians worldwide with carefully researched information and well reasoned answers that encourage them in their faith and equip them to intelligently represent it to people influenced by ideas and teachings that Book Abbreviations Christian Thinktank AAA Atlas of Ancient Archaeology, Jacquetta Hawkes ed , Barnes and Nobles AAF Answering a Fundamentalist, Albert J Nevins, M.M Our Sunday Visitor Lectures in Systematic Theology The Doctrine of God Greg Nichols Lectures in Systematic Theology t he Doctrine of God, CreateSpace, p With the release of Lectures in Systematic Theology t he Doctrine of God, Greg Nichols has given us a feast that is marvelously pastoral and practical, deeply theological and consistently exegetical In this work, Nichols approaches systematic theology as one deeply influenced by Professor John Murray. For an Answer Christian Apologetics John C o m m e n t a r y John presents some interesting challenges for the translator and exegete The issues surround the phrase rendered in the NIV as God the One and Only. Reincarnation New World Encyclopedia Reincarnation from Latin meaning to be made flesh again in religion and philosophy refers to the belief that a part of a living being survives death to be reborn in a new body This reincarnated self carries with it some essence or identity of the past life into the next life, although it is usually not aware of it. Interpreting the Psalms Issues and Approaches Philip S Interpreting the Psalms Issues and Approaches Philip S Johnston, David G Firth on FREE shipping on qualifying offers The book of Psalms has been precious to countless people in many languages and countries over many centuries It has expressed their hopes and fears Process theology Process theology is a type of theology developed from Alfred North Whitehead s process philosophy, most notably by Charles Hartshorne and John B Cobb b Process theology and process philosophy are collectively referred to as process thought For both Whitehead and Hartshorne, it is an essential attribute of God to affect and be affected by temporal Holy Land For Christians, the Land of Israel is considered holy because of its association with the birth, ministry, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, whom Christians regard as the Savior or Messiah, and because it is the land of the Jewish people according to the Bible.Christian books, including editions of the Bible, often had maps of the Holy Land considered to be Galilee, Samaria, Judea.

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    1. I enjoyed this book. It was a bit of a challenge and I did not find every chapter to be great, but the last third of the book was very good. This volume stimulates reflection at the highest level. It is not, however, easy reading. But to anyone prepared to do real thinking, it is a gem.The following review was written by Herbert C. JacksonTwo books in the Orbis Series in Interreligious Dialogue focus the question of whether Christianity was unique among religions and whether apart from Christ th [...]

    2. And again, my remedial education continues. There are some superb essays in here, criticizing the liberal religious pluralism of John Hick and others. In the course of asserting the value of Trinitarian doctrine, Christ-centered faith, and the irreducible difference of "religions," the contributors make strong cases that such pluralism resorts all-too-easily to divine "mystery" as a way to avoid difficult debates, mistakes the particularity of Jesus Christ (and of, say, the Buddha, etc.) for mer [...]

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