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Gagging of God, The Paperback – February 18, 2002
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From the Author
D.A. Carson is professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Douglas J. Moo is associate professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical School. Leon Morris, retired, was principal of Ridley College, Melbourne, and served as visiting professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical School --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The Gold Medallion Award-winning book that presents a persuasive case for Christ as the only way to God.
Is Jesus the only way to God? This clear, critically-acclaimed, scholarly response to that question affirms the deep need for the Gospel's exclusive message in today's increasingly pluralistic global community. The Gagging of God offers an in-depth look at the big picture, shows how the many ramifications of pluralism are all parts of a whole, and then provides a systematic Christian response.
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I believe that this book gets very strong statements against the new hermeneutics and philosophical pluralism. We are convinced that these are the theological, hermeneutics and philosophical challenges for the contemporary church. According to Carson philosophical pluralism is the most dangerous menace to the Gospel since the rise of the gnostic heresy in the second century. Consequently, I believe that this book is very needy and Carson responds with magnificently clarity to those challenges. As weakness I think that Carson could perhaps devout a part of the book on how we as a church could not just respond in defence of the Gospel but how we could find our way around it to share the Good News of Christ in the world today.
The book raises the question to me of how we are to not just respond to the heresies of our time but how we can show the relevance of the message of Christ in the world today. I am still not sure how to do that, but I think that the school, colleges and university might be a very efficient venue for the waves of missions, because there we have the people seated, listing, arguing and responding to what is exposed to them. We need teachers with strong biblical foundations in those areas.