Pagan beliefs permeate our contemporary culture. Are they seeping into the church as well? Arguing that the gospel is engaged in a life-and-death struggle against "the spirits of the age," seven noted scholars expose the threats that pluralism, multiculturalism, feminism, and hospitality pose to Christian orthodoxy. An eye-opening assessment! 125 pages, softcover from Eerdmans.
The contributors to this volume argue forthrightly that neopaganism is not merely an objective threat from outside the walls of the church; in fact, gnostic forms of thought and spirituality permeate the church's inner life under such guises as "pluralism," "multiculturalism," "feminism," and "hospitality." Their essays are a direct attack on once-Bible-centered doctrine that is now being mingled with "alternatives" that are inherently hostile to the Christian faith.Contributors: Robert W. Jenson, Carl E. Braaten, Joseph-Augustine DiNoia, James R. Crumley, Robert L. Wilken, K. Paul Wesche, L. Gregory Jones
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