Problem of Polarization an Approach Based on the Writings of G. C. Berkouwer
|Author: ||Cameron, Charles|
This study discussed areas in which the harmful effects of polarization are keenly felt: Scripture as divine word and human words; grace and faith; evangelism and ecumenism; apologetics and proclamation; evangelism and social concern. Though Berkouwer's perspective is prominent, there is dialogue with other writers: Karl Barth, Paul Tillich, Wolfhart Pannenberg, Karl Marx and Herbert Marcuse. Theology's practical significance is emphasized.
"What is certainly true is that one understands Berouwer far better at the end of the book because, whatever one makes of the overall argument, Cameron is most certainly a fair and judicious interpreter of the great Dutch theologian." - Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology