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By Paul R. Hinlicky

ISBN-10: 0802869351

ISBN-13: 9780802869357

In this scholarly paintings Paul Hinlicky transcends the deadlock among dogmatic and systematic theology as he provides an unique, complete method of theology in particular apropos to the post-Christendom North American context.

Deploying an strange Spirit-Son-Father trinitarian scheme, Hinlicky rigorously develops his process of theology via expansive, wide-ranging argumentation. He engages with different theologians during the publication and concludes every one significant part by means of discussing an alternative standpoint at the subject.

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