Helm on Franke

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Paul Helm reviews John Franke's The Character of Theology.

I will argue that Franke has seriously miscalculated what is involved in relating Christian faith to its cultural context, for he has overestimated the ease with which a non-foundational Christian theology may be developed. By a happy irony, he has not succeeded in his project and (I shall imply) must fail to do so. What he offers remains a foundational theology. Nevertheless, it is a seriously deficient form of foundational theology. It is theologically unstable because it concedes too much to the culture and downplays the importance of truth. Theology is no easy task.
Posted May 1, 2007 @ 10:03 AM by Justin Taylor

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