Necessary Heresies: Alternatives to Fundamentalism

Necessary Heresies: Alternatives to Fundamentalism

Necessary Heresies: Alternatives to Fundamentalism

Necessary Heresies: Alternatives to Fundamentalism

Synopsis

Collection of 30 papers on aspects of Christianity, which had their origin in sermons and other addresses. The opening essay, a sermon on the place of women in Christianity, resulted in the author being found guilty of heresy by the Presbyterian Church of Australia. Many of the essays challenge fundamentalist notions of the Bible and Christianity. The author is principal of St Andrew's College at the University of Sydney. He has studied both law and theology, and worked as a public prosecutor and as a lecturer in New Testament studies.
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