“the stores of theological knowledge. It is true, however, that the presentation of the gospel must be pointed to the needs of each generation, so it is with theology. A theology that does not build on the past ignores our debt to history and naively overlooks the fact that the present is conditioned by history. A theology that relies upon the past evades the demands of the present.” from “Lectures in Systematic Theology: Doctrine of God” by Greg Nichols

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