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by Liberty University,John Douglas Morrison

Author: Liberty University,John Douglas Morrison
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (November 1997)
Pages: 386 pages
Category: History
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This work examines Thomas Forsyth Torrance's concern for the modern . He teaches theology and philosophy at Liberty University and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, Lynchburg, Virginia.

This work examines Thomas Forsyth Torrance's concern for the modern re-entrenchment of dualism as it has negatively affected the Christian faith and the realist knowledge of God in Christ. Unlike others who have attempted to present Torrance's oeuvre by means of one or other of his guiding principles, Morrison draws them together into a coherent whole.

John Douglas Morrison is Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Liberty University and Liberty Theological Seminary view moreJohn Douglas Morrison is Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Liberty University.

John Douglas Morrison is Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Liberty University and Liberty Theological Seminary view moreJohn Douglas Morrison is Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Liberty University and Liberty Theological Seminary. His first book, Knowledge of the Self-Revealing God in the Thought of Thomas Forsyth Torrance, has received much recognition both in Europe and North America. In addition, he has written numerous articles on the church fathers, Calvin, Kierkegaard, Barth, and various developments in Roman.

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By John Douglas Morrison. Issues in Systematic Theology Vol. 2. New York: Peter Lang, 1997, 386 p. . Morrison finds this to be inconsistent with Torrance's stated objective to offer a unitary and realist theological paradigm and offers a corrective of his own, drawing on the thought of John Calvin and, to a lesser extent, Hans Frei.

Science in the Theology of Thomas F. Torrance (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002), p. 1–104. Published February 2005 by Wipf & Stock Publishers. God, History of doctrines, Knowableness. Thomas Forsyth Torrance (1913

by John Douglas Morrison. Thomas Forsyth Torrance (1913-).

This work examines Thomas Forsyth Torrance's concern for the modern «re-entrenchement of dualism» as it has negatively affected the Christian faith and the realist knowledge of God in Christ. Additionally, an analysis is made of Torrance's program to faithfully restore theological thinking, theological science, and true objectivity out of the Christocentric-Trinitarian self-disclosure of God via the modern return to critical realist epistemology in the physical sciences (e.g., Einstein, Polanyi). The study concludes with a critical examination of the adequacy and completeness of Torrance's endeavor (the problem of residual dualism) in the light of his own theological and redemptive concerns.