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Where Is History Going? Essays in Support of the Historical Truth of the Christian Revelation

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Published June 28th 1969 by Canadian Institute for Law, Theology & Public Policy, Inc. (first published June 1969)
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Oct 14, 2016 Michael Walker rated it it was amazing
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A philosophical, historical and logical critique of various well-known "historical" philosophies from the perspective of influential historians such as Toynbee and McNeill, and neo-Christian thinkers like Karl Barth and Tillich. Dense reading, but then the subject matter demands it in order to present a well-reasoned response, which Montgomery provides.
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Recommends it for: Christian apologists
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Montgomery was (and is) a staunch historical evidentialist who fought against the theology of Barth, Bultmann, Tillich and other historical relativists that was all the rage during the middle of the last century and beyond. He has a devastating critique of such philosophies of history.
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John Warwick Montgomery is a noted lawyer, professor, Lutheran theologian, and prolific author living in France. In 2007 he was named "Distinguished Research Professor of Philosophy and Christian Thought" at Patrick Henry College. He continues to work as a barrister specializing in religious freedom cases in international Human Rights law.
He is chiefly noted for his major contributions as a writer
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