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God Under Fire

Modern Scholarship Reinvents God
Zondervan (Author) , R. Douglas Geivett (Contributor) , Gerald L. Bray (Contributor) , Bruce A. Ware (Contributor) , Charles Gutenson (Contributor) , James S. Spiegel (Contributor) , Mark R. Talbot (Contributor) , William Lane Craig (Contributor) , Paul Helm (Contributor) , D. A. Carson (Contributor) , Douglas S. Huffman (General Editor) , Eric L. Johnson (General Editor)
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God Never ChangesOr does he? God has been getting a makeover of late, a "reinvention" that has incited debate and troubled scholars and laypeople alike. Modern theological sectors as diverse as radical feminism and the new “open theism” movement are attacking the classical Christian view of God and vigorously promoting their own images of Divinity.God Under Fire refutes the claim that major attributes of the God of historic Christianity are false and outdated. This book responds to some increasingly popular alternate theologies and the ways in which they cast classical Christian theism in a negative light. Featuring an impressive cast of world-class biblical scholars, philosophers, and apologists, God Under Fire begins by addressing the question, “Should the God of Historic Christianity Be Replaced?” From there, it explores issues as old as time and as new as the inquest into the “openness of God.” How, for instance, does God risk, relate, emote, and change? Does he do these things, and if so, why? These and other questions are investigated with clarity, bringing serious scholarship into popular reach.Above all, this collection of essays focuses on the nature of God as presented in the Scriptures and as Christians have believed for centuries. God Under Fire builds a solid and appealing case for the God of classical Christian theism, who in recent years—as through the centuries—has been the God under fire.

  • Product Details
  • Page Count: 325
  • Format: Softcover
  • ISBN: 9780310232698
  • Release: November 4, 2002
Categories Theology