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In examining the current intellectual revolution that is now taking place, Diogenes Allen shows how Christianity and Christian belief are being supported by philosophical and scientific principles. In CHRISTIAN BELIEF IN A POSTMODERN WORLD, his presentation progresses from the possibility of God to the need for God to the experience of God's grace, demonstrating the nature of faith as a legitimate and reasonable basis for religious conviction. Allen carefully explains how the existence of an ordered universe acts as a witness (not proof) to God's existence, leading thoughtful people to serious consideration of the witness of the Bible. This book offers insights into the nature of faith, the experience of God's presence, and the interface between science and religion and is especially helpful to those struggling with Christianity's place in a world of religious pluralism.
Vendor: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication Date: 1989
|Dimensions: 6 X 9 (inches)|
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