After Christianity

Valley Forge, Pa.: Trinity Press International (1996)
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Abstract

Daphne Hampson argues that Christianity is neither true nor ethical and that we can no longer credit the particular intervention in history which Christian revelation requires. Moreover, she says, by referring to past history Christianity distorts human relationships in the present.

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