One note fills the whole space. Then we add another—and a third.
Can the word God be separated from the particular tradition by which God is known? Christians have long answered this question both ways.
Could the Spirit's love be poured into the hearts of people untouched by the incarnation? Could non-Christians be lovers of the only God there is?
The Bible's images for God must be taken in an analogical sense. Yet the Bible exhibits no anxiety about using them.
Curtis Freeman's book addresses primarily Baptists, but his concern matters to all Christians who live in denominational separatism but are summoned to embrace the richness of catholic faith.
Ian McFarland's book on the doctrine of creation is a book about nothing. It has a lot to say about it.
John Morreall's book is modeled after Peter Abelard's Sic et Non. Morreall wants Christians to ask questions of their beliefs and practices.