Tiie Relation Of The Second Volume Of Systematic Theology To The First Volume And To The System As A Whole

SYSTEM demands consistency, but one might well ask whether two volumes written seven years apart can be consistent with each other. If the systematic structure of the content is unchanged, they can be, even though the solutions to the spccial problems may differ. The many criticisms that have come and the new thoughts that have been developed in the interval have not changed the basic structure of the system. But they have certainly influenced the form and content in many respects. If the...

Restatements Of Answers Given In Volume I

Beyond Naturalism and Supranaturalism The rest of this section will be devoted to a restatement and partial reformulation of those concepts of the first volume which are especially basic to the ideas to be developed in the second. It would be unnecessary to do so if one could simply refer to what has been said in the earlier parts. This is not possible because questions have arisen in public and private discussions which must be answered first. In none of these cases has the substance of my...