BEGINNINGS IN THEOLOGY by Jack Finegan
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BEGINNINGS IN THEOLOGY

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Here is a small book of great importance. It is written by the P of New Testament at the Pacific School of Religion, and is aimed at the beginning to realize that it is often an embarrassing matter to be theologically literate in a world in which even generals, scientists and psychologists to talk seriously about God. There is a new climate of thought in our time, is possible to consider God and Christ and the coming of Christ than for a long time. To help meet the need, Dr. Finegan God, God in Christ, God's works and man's relation to God that have been for most of us to comprehend. He gives cogent answers to the all as ""Why should religion have any mystery in it?"" ""How can in life be cidental' if God is all powerful?"" ""How and why does God judge us new and after death?"" A minister's training is not needed for anyone to understand these as the author explains them. It is a good book for ""everyman.

Publisher: Association Press