R. W. L. Moberly, noted English theologian, professor of theology and biblical interpretation at Durham University, and a priest in the Church of England, addresses the analogy between the role one accords to Christian Scripture and to the God of Christian Scripture in his most recent book. In The Bible in a Disenchanted Age, Moberly thus wrestles with questions such as should the Bible be studied by excluding one’s focus upon the God in the Bible while at the same focusing exclusively upon human dimensions? Should Christian scholars who believe that the God of the Bible is the one true God offer their justification for their disbelief in other ancient world deities? Related, should these scholars demonstrate how the manner of their study of the Bible corresponds with their belief in the God of the Bible (p. 29)?

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