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The Christian attempting to define the episte mological basis for his or her theology ought to start from a totally different place than modern and p ostmodern thinkers start from, for knowledge ofAuthor: Stephen Paynter. Introduction to Christian Theology: McGrath, Alister E. Christian Theology: An Introduction: McKim, Donald K. Introducing the Reformed Faith: Bibilical Revelation, Christian Tradition, Contemporary Significance: Reymond, Robert L. A New Systematic Theology Of The Christian Faith 2nd Edition - Revised And Updated: %(1).

Titles include: Brief Outline of the Study of Theology, Christian Theology and Modern Scepticism, Crown Theological Library. Evolution in Christian Doctrine. Vol. XLI, David Hume and his influence on philosophy and theology, Paulinism: A Contribution to the History of Primitive Christian Theology, and The doctrine of the church in Scottish Seller Rating: % positive. Alister McGrath's Christian Theology: An Introduction is a clear, comprehensive, and balanced (at least within conflicting Christian traditions) introduction to Christian theology. However, some of the important subjects raised by McGrath are incomplete and .

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