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The non-Christian religions inadequate to meet the needs of men

Robert E. Speer

The non-Christian religions inadequate to meet the needs of men

an address delivered before the Fifth International Convention of the Student Volunteer Movement, Nashville, Tennessee, March 1, 1906

by Robert E. Speer

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Published by Foreign Mission Committee, Presbyterian Church in Canada in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianisme,
  • Ouvrages apologétiques,
  • Apologetic works,
  • Christianity

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 65363, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 65363
    The Physical Object
    Format[microform] :
    Pagination1 microfiche (20 fr.)
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25465525M
    ISBN 100665653638
    OCLC/WorldCa150617820

    "If the redemption accomplished on the cross is to avail for humankind, it must be a work of human Jesus. But if it is to have an infinite value necessary to atone for the sins of all human beings in relationship to an infinite and perfectly human God, then it must be the work of the divine Christ". Full text of "The light of the world: a brief comparative study of Christianity and non-Christian religions" See other formats.

      But his book Simply Christian: Why Christianity Makes Sense jettisons that whole debate. I found the book to be thought-provoking and helpful on many levels. Wright explores what he calls the "echoes of a voice," a yearning for justice, spirituality, relationships, N.T. Wright has generated some controversy over the last several years/5. One has to do with the non-Christian religions, about which we now have a much more adequate knowledge; the other has to do with the omnipresent phenomenon of ‘secularization’, found in all parts of the world, both in the older countries and in the ‘newly-developed countries’ wherever they may be.

    Malcolm Muggeridge New Statesman (London) Paul Johnson's study of Christianity, from his namesake Apostle to Pope John XXIII, more particularly in relation to the role in world history of the Roman Catholic Church and other institutional manifestations, can only be described as masterly. It combines a great wealth of scholarship, including many fascinating byways as well as the main highways Cited by: The non-Christian world needs now what Christ and Christ alone can do for it. It needs the physical wholeness, the fitting of life to its conditions, which, as a matter .


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by Wilfred Cantwell Smith. The thirteen-volume Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics, (, and recently reissued) is an impressive work.

1 Not only does it serve as a great warehouse of information, indispensable to all careful students of the world’s.

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by Ben Edwards. Recent decades have provided Christians with an increasing evaluation of and interaction with various world religions.

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sentence: Islam, the greatest of all the non-Christian religions is not of divine but of human origin (I and II), altho so widely extended (III), and it is inadequate, in spite of much that is true and good, to meet man's needs intellectually (IV), spiritually (V), or.

est of all the non-Christian religions is not of divine butof human origin (I and II), altho so widely extended (III), and it is inadequate, in spite of much that is true and good, to meet man's needs intellectually (IV), spiri­ tually (V), or morally (VI), as proved by its own his­ tory.

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contain rays of truth. The rest follow an amazing array of non-Christian religions, from Asatru to Zoroastrianism. In addition, the religious composition of the U.S. is changing rapidly: the percentage of Christians is dropping almost one percentage point a year; those not affiliated with any religion are.

Today it is commonly said that Christianity needs to reappropriate its Jewish dimensions, including the Jewishness of Jesus, and that is undoubtedly part of the truth.

But this should not be understood as a matter of taking some parts from the Jewish house next. At its 5 th General Assembly, Nairobi, Kenya, Novemberrepresentatives from non-Christian religions were invited and allowed to read short papers to the Assembly.

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