God and culture: essays in honor of Carl F.H. Henry
Carl Ferdinand Howard Henry, D. A. Carson, John D. Woodbridge
Eerdmans, 1993 - Religion - 398 pages
This book examines a number of facets of contemporary culture and sets forth what thoughtful Christians have been and should be thinking about each one. Contributors and topics include Kevin J. Vanhoozer on hermeneutics, D.A. Carson on pluralism, Robert J. Priest on anthropology, Lewis W. Spitz on history, Loren Wilkinson on the environment, and more.
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