Heresy

Heresy

A History of Defending the Truth

Book - 2009
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In Heresy, leading religion expert and church historian Alister McGrath reveals the surprising history of heresy and rival forms of Christianity, arguing that the church must continue to defend what is true about Jesus. He explains that remaining faithful to Jesus's mission and message is still the mandate of the church despite increasingly popular cries that traditional dogma is outdated and restricts individual freedom.
Publisher: New York : HarperOne, [2009], ©2009
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780060822149
0060822147
Branch Call Number: 273 Mc
Description: vi, 282 pages ; 24 cm

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Sep 03, 2011

almost or a textbook in itself on the subject! Presented in an easy to read although examples cited can be confusing if one is not familiar or has no basic background on them. "...Orthodoxy can be stifling but heresy can be intellectually stimulating.." - and that could be the most probable reason in the post modern world if it resurfaces. An enjoyable read! Recommended and very highly at that!

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