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Christian Tractatus

(Text as at 12/08/2007 10:17:46)


There is no worthwhile subset of Christianity as traditionally understood that conforms to the modern worldview.

  1. That this is a problem1 is the message of this paper.
  2. The fundamentals that I consider to be essential parts of any reconstruction of Christianity were given in a previous section2. They are repeated below3, with comments.
  3. Without maintaining, and preferably substantiating, at least the above beliefs, Christianity would be so denuded of real content as to have nothing of real significance to say, except, possibly, as a system of morality.
  4. We have noted that there are significant problems with some of these foundation beliefs. We will now consider whether there is anything that can be salvaged from the wreckage and whether, even as a system of morality, Christianity is adequately founded.




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