In this re-issue of Hick's postmodern refutation of Christian tenets, the author continues his series of treatises illustrating his theory of normative pluralism. Hick posits (among other things) that so-called 'near-death experiences' account for much of the miraculous and supernatural events surrounding the death, resurrection and subsequent appearances of Christ, thereby discarding long-held elements of Christian faith. By challenging the Bible's inerrancy he in essence challenges the faith's relevancy, but he also outlines a system of accepting the broad sweep of the Bible without concentrating on those components that are incongruous with an all-embracing belief system.
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