The last two centuries of Christian theology are the record of an evolving attack on the role of knowledge in the Christian faith. The purpose of this book is to challenge the major forms of Christian agnosticism and offer an alternative theory that makes human knowledge about God possible.
In other words, is there a relationship between the human mind and the divine mind that is sufficient to ground the communication of truth from God to humans?
|Publisher:||Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing|
|Series:||Student Library Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.33(d)|
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This book defends the claim that the Bible IS the Word of God and that God can indeed reveal information to the mind of man. A caricature of this position has been criticized by liberal theologians for decades but, as this book shows, the liberal position is seldom supported by arguments. This book introduces the reader to a number of important and interesting questions related to the issue of divine revelation.