Battle of the Gods: The Gathering Storm in Modern Evangelicalism

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Faith Defenders, Jan 1, 1989 - Religion - 324 pages
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The first major book that exposes process theology as a heretical revival of plantonic religion. Dr. Morey gives a solid exegetical and philosophical refutation of process thought and Neo-Processian, such as the open view of God. It is recommended by Walter Martin, D. James Kennedy, John Ankebrerg, Norman Giesler, etc.
  

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Contents

Unless otherwise noted all Scripture quotations are either the authors own or from
The Gods of the Heathen
The Gathering Storm
The Godmakers
The Gods of the People
The Gods of the Philosophers
The Finite God Tradition 5 The Origin of the Finite
The Finite God of Secular Philosophy
Invisible and Incorporeal
Personal and Infinite
The Perfection of
The Eternity of
The Immutability of
The Omnipresence of
The Omniscience of
The Omnipotence of

The Finite God of Evangelical Processianism
The God Of The Bible
Religion Reason and Revelation 9 The Danger of Idolatry 10 The Attributes of
Maker of Heaven and Earth
The Incomprehensibility of
The Incomparability of
The Unity of
The Selfexistence of
The God Of Christian Theology
The Testimony of the Church Fathers
The Testimony of the Creeds Of The Church
The Testimony of Evangelical Theology
The Testimony of Scripture Conclusion
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About the author (1989)

Morey has earned degrees in philosohpy, theology and cult evangelism. He is the executive director of the Research and Education Foundation which is dedicated to research relevant topics affecting Western culture. He is also pastor of New Life Bible Church. He is an internationally known author and lecturer in Christian philosophy, apologetics, theology, the cults and the occult.

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