Dialectic Nature of Christian Theology: A Theology of Humanity
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
In celebrating the opening of the Interdenominational Theological Center, an unidentified male speaker discusses the dialectical nature of Christian theology. He explains that Christian theology has both God’s side and man’s side and also addresses the question of how to distinguish the two. He challenges the attendees to adopt a theology of humanity that is universal and inclusive.
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"Dialectic Nature of Christian Theology: A Theology of Humanity" (1961). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 17.
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