Evangelicals and truth
A Creative Proposal For A Postmodern Age
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Publisher: Inter-Varsity Press
Number of Pages: 224
Height: 23 cm
As the traditional concept of truth collapses into relativism, what do evangelicals mean when they speak of 'the truth'? Peter Hicks explores the ways in which key evangelical thinkers - from Edwards and Wesley to the present - have conceived of truth. He describes evangelical responses to the current climate, particularly in the area of hermeneutics. Finally, he proposes a distinctive evangelical epistemology as a valid and credible alternative to relativism, showing how it fits with our personhood as creatures in God's image.