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By D. Z. Phillips, Mario von der Ruhr

ISBN-10: 0230504795

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ISBN-10: 1403918198

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During this assortment, unusual theologians and philosophers of faith discover the relation of key Biblical innovations to our international. They learn a number recommendations, together with authority, religion and historical past, the ancient Jesus, the resurrection and miracles.

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The word of God is of its nature authoritative. So his word is not only addressed to me, but addressed to me in a way I do not ignore. I may or may not ignore many things which are, as a matter of empirical fact, addressed to me, such as love letters and telephone bills. But I cannot ignore a text which I see as the word of God addressed to me, for I will not recognise any word which I do ignore as the word of God, or will not recognise that it is addressed to me. There are two important and connected qualifications which must be made here.

13. It is possible that such reinterpretation and ‘spiritualisation’ is at work already in the Old Testament. Barton refers to the law of the ban (Deut 7:1–2), in which God, according to the author of the text, enjoins the Israelites to destroy all the inhabitants of the land they are about to invade. Such passages are alien to modern western religious sentiment and will probably strike us as barbaric. But Barton comments that they ‘may reflect less the genuine spirit of the conquest period than the thinking of an age when holy war had already become a symbol of religious reformation, rather than a prescription for actual blood-letting’ (op.

For many, Darwin had simply shown the text to be false, which entailed that it could no longer be thought of as the word of God. Others, because convinced that it was the word of God, distinguished between the letter of the text, its publicly available meaning, and what I am calling the spiritual sense. While Darwin showed the text to be false if understood in terms of its publicly available meaning, his theory did not touch the spiritual meaning of the text. What the text really meant, what God was saying through it, was that the world has its origin in God, or that the world today and always is entirely dependent on God, and so on.

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