"The Character of Theology: An Introduction to Its Nature, Task, and Purpose" by John R. Franke

Thursday, 03 May 2007

Shades of gray are the new black. For evangelicals who wonder why, if the church is one body with one spirit, we are divided by so many ideas, comes a new book by John Franke. You can label The Character of Theology; you can disagree with it; but if you are concerned about communicating the gospel in a postmodern world, you cannot legitimately ignore this book. Franke, Associate Professor of Theology and Chair of the Faculty at Biblical Theological Seminary, begins his volume by surveying the theological landscape: liberals, postliberals and revisionists, conservatives, traditionalists, reformists, ...

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