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Heresy: A History of Defending the Truth

Heresy: A History of Defending the Truth
McGrath presents the fascinating story of heresy throughout Christian history and sheds light on those shunned beliefs and their consistent appeal today. McGrath's provocative thesis is that the categories of heresy and orthodoxy must be preserved by the church today.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780281062157
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Publisher: SPCK PUBLISHING
Pub. Date: November 1 2009
Author: MCGRATH, ALISTE
Format: Paperback
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<p> Why the Church must defend the truth. <p> Our ongoing fascination with alternative Christianities is on display every time a never-before-seen gospel text is revealed, an archaeological discovery about Jesus makes front-page news, or a new work of fiction challenges the very foundations of the church. Now, in a timely corrective to this trend, renowned church historian Alister McGrath examines the history of subversive ideas, overturning common misconceptions that heresy is somehow more spiritual or liberating than traditional dogma. In so doing, he presents a powerful, compassionate orthodoxy that will equip the church to meet the challenge from renewed forms of heresy today.
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