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John Hales (1582-1656). A Tolerant Man Living in an Intolerant Age

   | 20 sept. 2012
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This article focuses upon the seventeenth-century English philosophical theologian, John Hales, who is all too often overlooked or forgotten at the present time. The thought of Hales on the relation of human reason to God’s revelation in Holy Scripture is shown to be remarkably modern in many ways. The article also concludes that Hales’s “Middle Way” of thinking and acting continues to be relevant to Christian churches throughout the world torn as they presently are with discord and dissention.

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Théologie et religion, Thèmes généraux et réception biblique