Reconstruction in Theology

Reconstruction in Theology

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Reconstruction in Theology

Reconstruction in Theology

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"Treatises in systematic theology," says Principal Fairbairn, "are not so common as they once were, nor are they so easy to write or to read." But if the task of those working in theology to-day is unusually difficult, there is the more reason why they should be neither needlessly discouraged nor needlessly divided. It may not be useless, therefore, to recall certain more or less obvious considerations which, if kept in mind by religious leaders and writers as well as by the church, would greatly lighten the task of theological workers and insure a better understanding, a higher courage, and a larger progress.

THE TEMPORARY TASK OF THE THEOLOGIAN

In the first place, it would help much both the theologian and his critic if there were a . . .

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