The Copernican Revolution in Theology
Christianity has seen itself from the beginning as a way of life and salvation. Our next question is this: Do we regard the christian way as the only way, so that salvation is not to be found outside it; or do we regard the other great religions of mankind as other ways of life and salvation?
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