The language of theology originated in the thought patterns of antiquity. Thought patterns have changed dramatically today. Unless one can translate ancient patterns of thought into modern ways of thinking, theology is a difficult subject, prone to misunderstanding. This book attempts to express traditional theological concepts in ways compatible with modern thinking. It is the hope of the author that people will find this attempt helpful.
About the Author
Don Broad was educated in the public schools of Mountain Lakes, New Jersey. He graduated PBK, at U.N.C., Chapel Hill, and received his M.Div. and S.T.M. degrees from U.T.S., N.Y.C and his D. Min. degree from U.T.S., Virginia. He has served churches in Brooklyn, Long Island, New York, and on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. He has served his denomination locally, regionally, and nationally. He is the author of Reconciling the Heart and Mind.