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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Review: A Layman's Guide to Protestant Theology

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A bit dated, but a great brief history of protestant theology and a good introduction to the currents of the late 19th and early-to-mid 20th century of the same. I feel like I missed an opportunity by ... Read full review

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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
35
Copyright

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