Internationally acclaimed scholars including editor McCormack, N.T. Wright, D.A. Carson, Paul Helm, and John Webster explore developing changes in the evangelical expression of the doctrine of God from a New Testament, historical, theological, and practical perspective. Includes discussion of developing contemporary positions and controversial opinions, such as "open theism." A helpful progress report. 256 pages, softcover from Baker.
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