The Twentieth Century Crucifixion of Christ
Gawrisch, Wilbert R.
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The professed goal of twentieth century theology is to persuade modern man to accept the Christian faith. Twentieth century theology speaks to man’s reason. Not only does modern theology reject the inspiration, inerrancy, infallibility, and authority of Scripture, but in so doing it also attacks the person of Christ. Like the Arminians, modern theology denies Christ’s deity by claiming the virgin birth and resurrection are myths. Modern theology also attacks Christ’s humanity by denying the historicity of Christ’s biography as recorded in the four Gospels.