Revelation, Reason and Spiritual Response: A Study in Evangelical Apologetics
Mason, W. Jeffrey
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The overview of this project has been to look at current evangelical theology and examine and reflect upon the position of the Bible, its authority, its role as revelation and as human witness to revelation, as well as key elements in understanding its creation through inspiration. Here the issue at hand is not only one of authenticity or whether the scriptures are reliable, but also one of defining the Bible's revelational role and how that fits into the divine human equation. I have taken a sampling of works from three authors who with an apologetic approach discuss their views concerning issues facing the evangelical community today. All have been chosen for their reputation and position as evangelical theologians that have a certain sense of homogeny. This is not intended to be an exhaustive approach but rather a selective focus within the evangelical community. The authors of focus are the following: Donald G. Bloesch, Carl F. H. Henry, and Clark H. Pinnock.