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An honest effort by top evangelical scholars to balance the Biblical account and writings of the Ante-Nicene Fathers on the one hand with commitments to Creedal orthodoxy and later musings on ontological theory of later fathers of the church on the other. Both sides are championed by the foremost spokespersons from each perspective. Pondering the outcome of each position may give one further insight into the minds of marginalized Christians from millenniums past, that deeply cared about the sovereignty of God but who were branded anathema by the progressive neo-orthodoxy of Christians just as committed.
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