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Has God Said?: Scripture, the Word of God,…

Has God Said?: Scripture, the Word of God, and the Crisis of Theological…

by John Douglas Morrison

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The strengths of Has God Said? and its contributions to the contemporary landscape concerning Scripture make it a helpful resource for evangelicals. Morrison is able to give an overarching view of how the problem of identifying Scripture with God's revelation began while providing evangelicals with the concepts necessary to overcome the problem. A unique contribution of Has God Said? in relation to other works on divine revelation is the scientific background that led early scholars to question the Bible and the introduction of the new science, via Torrance, that will provide the new categories necessary for reestablishing Scripture as God's Word. Morrison presents other authors fairly and shows their particular contributions to the problem.
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