THE CHRISTIAN  by Jer Peliken

THE CHRISTIAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This volume assembles a series of of the Yale Divinity School, which seek to problems in a way that does justice to unlike his Reformation ancestor, is in retreat. drawal, the author maintains, along with intell his problem is that of coming to grips with the this theme under two main headings: Chris which has to do with the basic idea of Creation Humanities, centering upon the Doctrine of Man. formation teaching in the discussion, the autho his knowledge of Church history. If the book to be in its failure to take into account adequ temporary thought. The intellectual of today than the humanistic or philosophic, scholar; thought to such intelligence is a more crucial recognize here.

Pub Date: Jan. 12th, 1966