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Home » Uncategorized » Interesting article of the week » “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

“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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