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RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 32 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 Excerpt: . . . processes. How were men brought to this recognition Two routes were pos xThe Theistic Conception of the World, pp. 136, 137. 2 The Old Testament in the Life of the World To-day, p. 136. sible; (i) They could accept the unity, order, and progression of Genesis, and on this presupposition proceed to verification; (2) without knowledge of or belief in Genesis they could experiment independently, and thus arrive by induction at a knowledge of the orderliness or potential science inherent in nature. Now the history of science proves unmistakably that the first method was that actually followed. The founders of modern science, those on whom the great nineteenth century scientists built, were Bacon, Kepler, Galileo, Harvey, and Newton. These men believed that there was mind, thought, Almighty power, design, intelligence, an intelligent Agent in nature. They believed it, not because they had proved it; proof came later. They believed it because Genesis affirmed it. 1 If it should be objected that Dr. Smith is a specialist in the field of English literature, and is not a scientist, the retort might be easily made that Dr. Rice is a specialist in the field of Biblical literature, and is not a scientist. To put the matter at rest let me quote from one who is a master of science, as well as a life-long student of the Bible, so that one hardly knows which to admire most, his intimate knowledge of nature, or his profound acquaintance with Holy Scripture, --Dr. Francis H. Smith, nomen clarum et venerabile, for fifty years Professor of Natural Science in the University of Virginia. When invited to deliver the Cole 1 Keynote Studies in Keynote Books, etc. , pp. 45, 46. Lectures at Vanderbilt University, Dr. Smith took as his subject Christ and Science, and . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Harmon Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 170 pages. This book was written as a protest against the demythologizing tendencies which characterize so much contemporary theology: it questions the assumption that the New Testament can be understood in terms other than its own. In particular the author is dissatisfied with the interpretation of the miracles that such theology can give. In his submission, a theology which acknowledges, and then fails to take account of, or strips away altogether, the demonological thought-world into which the miracle stories are woven, results in only a partial estimate of their significance. Here the miracles are restored to their context, seen in perspective as historical happenings, and considered in relation to Jesus central theme of the Kingdom. In this book, written a half century ago, Kallas flew full force into the face of the prevailing way of interpreting the New Testament. While scholarship as a whole was convinced that the New Testament had to be modernized, stripped of its archaic and medieval language or the church would lose it audience, Kallas argued in the opposite direction, insisting that while a rewrite of the New Testament would salvage our audience, we would have nothing to tell them for the gospel would have been emasculated. Fifty years of flaccid flawed pap has proven him right and has demanded a reprint of this his first book. James Kallas has had an extraordinary life. A veteran of the U. S. Navy at age 14, later one of St. Olaf Colleges greatest athletes, A Phi Beta Kappa key winner, a Fulbright and Rockefeller Scholar, a private pilot; and a former pro football player with the Chicago Bears. He was on the founding faculty of California Lutheran College (now University), and went on to be President of Dana College in Blair NE. It was for his work at Dana that he was knighted by the Queen of Denmark. In this book, written a half century ago, Kallas flew full force into the face of the prevailing way of interpreting the New Testament. While scholarship as a whole was convinced that the New Testament had to be modernized, stripped of its archaic and medieval language or the church would lose it audience, Kallas argued in the opposite direction, insisting that while a rewrite of the New Testament would salvage our audience, we would have nothing to tell them for the gospel would have been emasculated. Fifty years of flaccid flawed pap has proven him right and has demanded a reprint of this his first book. James Kallas has had an extraordinary life. A veteran of the U. S. Navy at age 14, later one of St. Olaf Colleges greatest athletes, A Phi Beta Kappa key winner, a Fulbright and Rockefeller Scholar, a private pilot; and a former pro football player with the Chicago Bears. He was on the founding faculty of California Lutheran College (now University), and went on to be President of Dana College in Blair NE. It was for his work at Dana that he was knighted by the Queen of Denmark. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Harmon Press

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This book was written as a protest against the demythologizing tendencies which characterize so much contemporary theology: it questions the assumption that the New Testament can be understood in terms other than its own. In particular the author is dissatisfied with the interpretation of the miracles that such theology can give. In his submission, a theology which acknowledges, and then fails to take account of, or strips away altogether, the demonological thought-world into which the miracle stories are woven, results in only a partial estimate of their significance. Here the miracles are restored to their context, seen in perspective as historical happenings, and considered in relation to Jesus central theme of the Kingdom. In this book, written a half century ago, Kallas flew full force into the face of the prevailing way of interpreting the New Testament. While scholarship as a whole was convinced that the New Testament had to be modernized, stripped of its archaic and medieval language or the church would lose it audience, Kallas argued in the opposite direction, insisting that while a rewrite of the New Testament would salvage our audience, we would have nothing to tell them for the gospel would have been emasculated. Fifty years of flaccid flawed pap has proven him right and has demanded a reprint of this his first book. James Kallas has had an extraordinary life. A veteran of the U.S. Navy at age 14, later one of St. Olaf Colleges greatest athletes, A Phi Beta Kappa key winner, a Fulbright and Rockefeller Scholar, a private pilot; and a former pro football player with the Chicago Bears. He was on the founding faculty of California Lutheran College (now University), and went on to be President of Dana College in Blair NE. It was for his work at Dana that he was knighted by the Queen of Denmark. In this book, written a half century ago, Kallas flew full force into the face of the prevailing way of interpreting the New Testament. While scholarship as a whole was convinced that the New Testament had to be modernized, stripped of its archaic and medieval language or the church would lose it audience, Kallas argued in the opposite direction, insisting that while a rewrite of the New Testament would salvage our audience, we would have nothing to tell them for the gospel would have been emasculated. Fifty years of flaccid flawed pap has proven him right and has demanded a reprint of this his first book. James Kallas has had an extraordinary life. A veteran of the U.S. Navy at age 14, later one of St. Olaf College's greatest athletes, A Phi Beta Kappa key winner, a Fulbright and Rockefeller Scholar, a private pilot; and a former pro football player with the Chicago Bears. He was on the founding faculty of California Lutheran College (now University), and went on to be President of Dana College in Blair NE. It was for his work at Dana that he was knighted by the Queen of Denmark. The Significance of the Synoptic Miracles: Taking the Worldview of Jesus Seriously Kallas, James, Harmon Press

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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: Harmon Press
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