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Common-sense Christianity

Alonzo H. Quint

Common-sense Christianity

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Published by The Pilgrim press in Boston, Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conduct of life

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsQuint, Wilder Dwight, 1863- ed
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX7233.Q8 C6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25509686M
    LC Control Number03018344

    It is right to call this "common sense" Christianity because those two laws of intelligent discussion are being learned as basic common sense by children at very early ages. By at least 4 years old, children typically understand the difference between truth and falsehood, between right and wrong, and the nature of moral authority.


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Common Sense Christianity?. CAN YOU BE CHRISTIAN IF?. *You question what they taught you in Sunday School. *You can’t believe what you’re “supposed to”. *You think Jesus was a human being like us — not God walking around in disguise. *You don’t think the Trinity makes sense.

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The author demonstrates how our “common sense” has changed over the years. Chapter 2: The Bible The author looks at why we cannot simply assert the truth of the Bible over our modern common sense and shows that Biblical literalism/inerrancy is an approach to the Scriptures that is unacceptable both to our reason and to our faith.

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If Christianity remains tied to a common sense from the past and does not adapt and reach out to the common sense of the future it will become a mere historical relic.

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Common Sense Christianity. You don’t have to choose between common sense and Christianity. You don’t have to believe that the Bible is perfect and inerrant. Scriptures are “inspired and useful” (2 Timothy ), but they are still created things, and it is idolatry to describe a.

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