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17 June 2016

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MUCH attention has been paid to the philosophical elements behind John Hick’s ideas about religion, but little to the theological basis behind his argument, David Nah asserts. He seeks to amend this omission in Christian Theology and Religious Pluralism: A critical evaluation of John Hick. He concludes that Hick has made an important contribution to scholarship in this field, but rejects his attempts to redefine Christology (James Clarke & Co., £22.50; 978-0-227-68015-5).


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