Interviews with Lloyd Geering

He demands that we begin from a position of informed knowledge that includes a central engagement with science, religion, and scholarship. Through interviews, Grimshaw guides us through the life and times of Lloyd Geering.

Author: Mike Grimshaw

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ISBN: 1598152149

Category: Religion

Page: 230

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Geering forces us to respond to, rethink, and reinterpret Christian origins, institutions, and beliefs. He demands that we begin from a position of informed knowledge that includes a central engagement with science, religion, and scholarship. Through interviews, Grimshaw guides us through the life and times of Lloyd Geering.

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