A Layman's Guide to Protestant Theology

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Macmillan, 1955 - Protestant churches - 222 pages
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The events of the twentieth century have led to a rebirth of Protestant theology. Men are once again wrestling with the ultimate questions of life and are trying to find the Christian answers. I hope that this book will help the layman to discover what is going on in theology. This book is not a complete picture; it is an introduction. The reader may or may not accept one of the theological positions to be described; but the book will have fulfilled its purpose if it helps the reader to work out his own theological position against the background of modern thought. - Introduction.

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User Review  - RubislawLibrary - LibraryThing

This book is intended to help the layman discover what is going on in theology. in clear, nontechnical language, it traces the rise of orthodoxy since the sixteenth century, and proceeds to examine ... Read full review

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User Review  - Michael Brady - Goodreads

A concise and informative review of the topic into the late 1960s (and has anything else changed much since then?). Very accessible. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The Growth of Orthodoxy
8
The Threat to Orthodoxy
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