By Douglas Vickers
The originality of Vickers' argument lies in its inspiration of latest views on its selected subject-range and, because it turns into invaluable for the elucidation of biblical trust, its serious reaction to proposals for brand spanking new theological paradigms. The organizing center of the book's argument is its proposition in regards to the immediacy of God in his being, his wisdom, his will, and his activities. That center proposition spills its impact to points of human salvation. On such degrees, questions are raised that strike to the guts of the which means of the divinely instituted redemptive procedure. Divine activities inside of that strategy are understood to be "immediate," instead of "mediate." Redemptive activities of God are "immediate" within the feel that no mediating reasons exist among these activities and their results and results within the human situation.
Douglas Vickers is Professor Emeritus of Economics on the collage of Massachusetts. between his contemporary titles in doctrinal and apologetic theology are while God Converts a Sinner; the feel of fact; Divine Redemption and the safe haven of religion; Christian Confession and the Crackling Thorn; and The Fracture of Faith.
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The Immediacy of God by Douglas Vickers