In this provocative yet thoughtful book, Franke argues that orthodox and biblical Christian faith is inherently pluralist, and that this diversity, far from being a problem that needs to be overcome, is in fact a blessing and part of the divine design and intention for the church.John stays true to the best in the Reformation tradition by continuing the Reformersa#39; essential and ongoing work. ... or twentieth century formulations, nor by critiquing everyone whoisnotReformed, but by subjectingthe Reformed tradition andthelarger Christian tradition alike to a kind of loving scrutiny. ... And finally, therea#39;s the wonderofthe booka#39;sthesis itself: that forhuman beings, truthis inherently plural. ... It will kindle joyful fellowshipand spiriteddialogue ratherthan rancorous debate.
|Author||:||John R. Franke|
|Publisher||:||Abingdon Press - 2009|