The Sign of Jonah: the Empirical Basis for Christian Faith
R. J. P. Lyon
The empirical of the subtitle should not be confused with empiricist. Mr Lyons book assesses the reliability of the Gospel records, and the reasonableness of the Trinitarian theology based on them, empirically because he deliberately leaves aside questions of faith and appeals only to a stringent judgement of what counts as historical fact. The book is especially interesting about the oral traditions on which the gospel writers in all probability drew, and about whether the differences between the Gospel accounts make their witness unreliable.
143 pages 5.3 x 8.3 inches, paperback, £7.80
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