How can we hold our faith intelligently and integrate it into the great range of human experience we know as adults? How do the doctrines of our faith make a coherent unity? How does our faith relate to the many other beliefs and values we are committed to in modern life?
We took up the challenge of these questions in a survey of theology from Sep. 15, 2002 to Dec. 8, 2002. Our primary reference was Christian Theology. An Introduction. Third Edition. Alister E. McGrath. Presentations were by David Monyak.
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Christian Dogmatics. Volume 1 and 2. Carl E. Braaten and Robert W. Jenson, editors. Fortress Press. Philadelphia. 1984
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