Introduction to Christianity

Introduction to Christianity

Introduction to Christianity

Introduction to Christianity

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The revival of interest in biblical theology has brought an awareness that Christianity is a life. An inextricable part of this life is a group of ideas about God, but the predominating, pervasive aspect of Christianity is that it is a life shared in an historical, continuing community. This book attempts to interpret Christianity in terms of a people created by God's activity in history, and its pattern is therefore drawn from the implications of the proclamation of the Gospel rather than from the more traditional outline of God, man, sin, and salvation.

The historical development of Christian theology has not been neglected in the book, but the primary intent is to stress . . .

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