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No Place for Truth, or, Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology?

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Published by William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. in Grand Rapids, Mich. .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Paginationxii, 318 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24528672M
ISBN 10080280747X
ISBN 109780802807472

No Place for Truth, or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology? David Falconer Wells (born ) is Distinguished Senior Research Professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. [1] He is the author of several books in which his evangelical theology engages with the modern mater: Manchester University (Ph.D.). No Place for Truth: Or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology? - Ebook written by David F. Wells. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read No Place for Truth: Or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology?/5(6).

“No Place for Truth” is the first book in the series, and is the first of the four books I will try to read this year. Wells begins with a type of analogy of Wenham, Massachusetts and demonstrates how this little town turned from a small community unaffected by modernity to describe the process in which the Evangelical movement has shifted /5(26). Corpus ID: No Place for Truth: or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology? @inproceedings{McNeilNoPF, title={No Place for Truth: or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology?}, author={Jesse Jai McNeil and David Francis Wells}, year={} }.

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The first of three volumes meant to encourage renewal in evangelical theology (the other two to be written by Cornelius Plantinga Jr. and Mark Noll), No Place for Truth is a contemporary jeremiad, a clarion call to all evangelicals to note well what a pass they have come to in capitulating to modernity, what a risk they are running by abandoning historic orthodoxy.

It is provocative reading for scholars, Cited by: That book was a culmination of years of research to define why the Evangelical movement has been weakening for the great part of a century, exacerbated by the moral revolutions in the ’s onward.

“No Place for Truth” is the first book in the series, and is the first of the four books I /5(40). The first of three volumes meant to encourage renewal in evangelical theology (the other two to be written by Cornelius Plantinga Jr.

and Mark Noll), No Place for Truth is a contemporary jeremiad, a clarion call to all evangelicals to note well what a pass they have come to in capitulating to modernity, what a risk they are running by abandoning historic orthodoxy.

It is provocative listening for scholars, /5(35). The first of three volumes meant to encourage renewal in evangelical theology (the other two to be written by Cornelius Plantinga Jr. and Mark Noll), No Place for Truth is a contemporary jeremiad, a clarion call to all evangelicals to note well what a pass they have come to in capitulating to modernity, what a risk they are running by abandoning historic orthodoxy/5.

The first of three volumes meant to encourage renewal in evangelical theology (the other two to be written by Cornelius Plantinga Jr. and Mark Noll), No Place for Truth is a contemporary jeremiad, a clarion call to all evangelicals to note well what a pass they have come to in capitulating to modernity, what a risk they are running by abandoning historic orthodoxy.

It is provocative reading for scholars, /5(4). The first of three volumes meant to encourage renewal in evangelical theology (the other two to be written by Cornelius Plantinga Jr.

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David Wells, David Wells’ contention is that as we have moved from the modern world into the post-modern, the central place of theology has been lost in the evangelical church. Wells considers that theology has three parts: 1) Confession of what the Church believes.

The first of three volumes meant to encourage renewal in evangelical theology (the other two to be written by Cornelius Plantinga Jr.

and Mark Noll), No Place for Truth is a contemporary jeremiad, a clarion call to all evangelicals to note well what a pass they have come to in capitulating to modernity, what a risk they are running by Brand: Eerdmans, William B.

Publishing Company. No Place for Truth: Or, Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology. is the first of David F. Wells’ books on the shift in Evangelicalism in the light of modern and postmodern thought (other books include God in the Wasteland, Losing our virtue and Above all Earthly Powers).

The first of three volumes meant to encourage renewal in evangelical theology (the other two to be written by Cornelius Plantinga Jr. and Mark Noll), No Place for Truth is a contemporary jeremiad, a clarion call to all evangelicals to note well what a pass they have come to in capitulating to modernity, what a risk they are running by abandoning historic orthodoxy.

It is provocative reading for scholars. No Place for Truth, when written in the early nineties, caused such a stir in the academic Evangelical world that an international statement of faith, The Cambridge Declaration, was published by many prominent Evangelical figures inspired by Wells/5(26).

“No Place for Truth” is the first book in the series, and is the first of the four books I will try to read this year.

Wells begins with a type of analogy of Wenham, Massachusetts and demonstrates how this little town turned from a small community unaffected by modernity to describe the process in which the Evangelical movement has shifted /5.

In the opening pages of David Wells' forthcoming book No Place for Truth, or, Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans), he tells us about one of. No Place for Truth, or, Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology.

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Wells' book No Place for Truth or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology? (ISBN X). This book was highly critical of the Evangelical church in America for abandoning its historical and theological roots, and instead embracing the philosophies and pragmatism of the world.No Place for Truth: Or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology?

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