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By Sue Patterson

This publication cuts new flooring in bringing jointly conventional Christian theological views on fact and fact with a modern philosophical view of where of language in either divine and wordly truth. Patterson seeks to reconcile the necessities that Christian theology should still either take account of postmodern insights in regards to the inextricability of language and global in addition to taking God's fact to be absolute for all truth. but it isn't easily approximately theological language and fact as such. as an alternative Patterson asks: the place does language slot in divine and human truth? Patterson's dialogue straddles realist, liberal-revisionist and postliberal theological faculties, and evaluations their a number of positions sooner than occurring to utilise selectively their insights to increase and follow a theological version of 'language-ridden' fact. This version affirms that worldly truth has a thorough dependence on God. ultimately, the booklet explores the theological and moral implications of the version it proposes.

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