God, Reason, and the Evangelicals

God, Reason, and the Evangelicals: The Case Against Evangelical Rationalism
(University Press of America, 1987).
opyright held by N. F. Gier  


Warning to Readers: This is not for the
theologically faint-hearted!
Read an anonymous pre-publication Review

Chapter One: Introducing the Evangelicals

Chapter Two: The Temptation of Belief

Chapter Three: The Myth of
God Incarnate

Chapter Four: God,
Freedom, and Evil
or Three Types of Divine Power

Chapter Five: The
Challenge of the World Religions or Is Christianity Unique?

Chapter Six: Inspiration
and Inerrancy

Chapter Eight: Jesus:
Gospel Evidence and Jewish Expectations

Chapter Ten:
Theological Ethics

Chapter Eleven: Abortion, Persons, and the Fetus

Thirteen: The Three-Story Universe

Chapter Fourteen:
Creationism: Bad Science; Wrong Religion


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