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Biblical faith : an evolutionary approach (edition 1984)

by Gerd Theissen

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Title:Biblical faith : an evolutionary approach
Authors:Gerd Theissen
Info:Philadelphia : Fortress Press, 1985, c1984.
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Tags:Christianity and science, Bible -- Study and teaching

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Biblical Faith: An Evolutionary Approach by Gerd Theissen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0800618424, Paperback)

In the tradition of Karl Rahner and Teilhard de Chardin, this book from renowned New Testament scholar Gerd Theissen daringly probes the innermost sanctuaries of the biblical tradition through the lens of evolutionary theory. Without associating evolution with a naïve optimism about progress, Theissen shows how a thorough examination of the "cultural evolution" of the Christian faith can yield glimmers of a possible goal of history: "complete adaptation to the reality of God."

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In the tradition of Karl Rahner and Teilhard de Chardin, this book from renowned New Testament scholar Gerd Theissen daringly probes the innermost sanctuaries of the biblical tradition through the lens of evolutionary theory. Without associating evolution with a naïve optimism about progress, Theissen shows how a thorough examination of the "cultural evolution" of the Christian faith can yield glimmers of a possible goal of history: "complete adaptation to the reality of God."

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