John Baillie on the theology of revelation
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In his article, Daniel Valentine examines John Baillie’s book, The Idea of Revelation in Recent Thought from the formal perspective of broader historical theology. He sets out the two main topics of Baillie’s study – first, the relation of reason and revelation, and second, propositional views of revelation. Valentine follows Baillie’s thought through to its main conclusions, indicating that Baillie had, perhaps, failed to set his study of these problems in the broader historical context of theological tradition. This paper offers an introduction to the variety of perspectives concerning revelation.
Valentine, D. R. (2013). John Baillie on the theology of revelation. Theology in Scotland, 20(2), pp. 67-83.
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