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Radical Difference: A Defence of Hendrik Kraemer's Theology of Religions Paperback – Oct 4 2001

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  • Paperback: 173 pages
  • Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier University Press (Oct. 4 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0889203776
  • ISBN-13: 978-0889203778
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.1 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 299 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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Tim S. Perry is an assistant professor of theology at Providence College and Seminary in Otterburne, Manitoba.


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By A Customer on April 12 2004
Format: Paperback
Timothy S. Perry has written a good exposition and introduction to the thought of Hendrik Kraemer. I am student of Dr. Perry at Providence College and Seminary and know him to be an incredible scholar.
No discussion of Religious Pluralism is complete without touching on Kraemer's critique of the entire endeavour. Perry outlines Kraemer's life and thought in the first few chapters and then goes on to both critique and defend him.
I have used this book as a quick resource in a couple of academic papers, and it has pointed me to further study in Kraemer. One idea that I have found particularily useful is Kraemer's idea, and Perry's treatment of it, that there is no such thing as true Pluralism. In the same way that there can never be an unbiased position in debate, Pluralism is nothing more than broad form of the exclusivism that it finds so offensive.
For the Pluralist and the Particularist alike, Perry's introduction to Kraemer will prove to be a valueable read.
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Timothy S. Perry has written a good exposition and introduction to the thought of Hendrik Kraemer. I am student of Dr. Perry at Providence College and Seminary and know him to be an incredible scholar.
No discussion of Religious Pluralism is complete without touching on Kraemer's critique of the entire endeavour. Perry outlines Kraemer's life and thought in the first few chapters and then goes on to both critique and defend him.
I have used this book as a quick resource in a couple of academic papers, and it has pointed me to further study in Kraemer. One idea that I have found particularily useful is Kraemer's idea, and Perry's treatment of it, that there is no such thing as true Pluralism. In the same way that there can never be an unbiased position in debate, Pluralism is nothing more than broad form of the exclusivism that it finds so offensive.
For the Pluralist and the Particularist alike, Perry's introduction to Kraemer will prove to be a valueable read.


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