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  • Posted August 14, 2011

    Can Evangelicals Learn from World Religions Review

    In this book Evangelicals can learn from the world religions, he intercepts the interrelation of the other spiritual domination of other religions of the world. He expounds on the definition of revelation and how it is relates with other world religions concepts and how the other theologians considered and accounted for the views of the world religion through "covenants, the scandal of exclusivity and typology." Also included in the theology is how ancient theologians in the light of ascendancy of Christ viewed the world of religion. The book also points out and critically evaluates the interrelations between Christianity faith and the faith of four other chapters of world religions namely; Daoism, Buddhism, Confucian and Islamic. The author induces how he came to understand his own faith and also see faithful aspects in this religion that are uniform with his religion. From this the author narrates how this has helped him to acknowledge and understand the uniqueness of Christ. This he critically analyzes all this four chapter of world religion and tries to coin them to Christianity and successfully concludes insightful observation that all this religion are all based on the concept of love which is the main concept of Christianity. I got this book being helpful when I was writing its book review for prime essay writings.

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