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Suicide of Christian Theology

by John Warwick Montgomery

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One of my favorite books on theology from the 1960s. Amazing insight from JWM who shows his mastery of theological thought and defends a biblical theology in ways few can. ( )
  gpauley | Jan 17, 2016 |
Sometimes I read this to cleanse my theological palette. JWM would say to include a good Alsatian Riesling...but his work is good enough for me. One of my alltime favorite books. ( )
  gpauley | Jan 17, 2016 |
One of my favorite books on theology from the 1960s. Amazing insight from JWM who shows his mastery of theological thought and defends a biblical theology in ways few can. ( )
  gpauley | Jan 17, 2016 |
John Warwick Montgomery was ahead of his time. His writings here forecast the current state of the church and the increase in emotional experience as authoritative instead of the written word. As applicable as ever for the current church apostasy. ( )
  mdubois | Sep 15, 2013 |
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"A forceful, scholarly call to return to the solid ground of the ancient creeds of Christianity. Dr. Montgomery's incisive observations on Barth, Bultmann, Tillich, de Chardin, Pike and others may rankle some readers on occasion. But there can never be any question about the mental acumen he brings to bear upon his subject or the skill with which he pens his views. Montgomery is so obviously at home in the area of the theological, and so conversant with the convictions of his fellow theologians that he certainly must be reckoned with. Not content with only analyzing the suicide of theology, the author also gives a proposal for its resurrection."

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