Theology: The Cambridge Objectors

Objections to Christian Belief is a brand-new volume of theological essays —written not, as the title suggests, by ardent atheists but by four devout Anglicans, three of them priests. They are among the dozen or so English academic divines known as the Cambridge Theologians, who today are producing some of the world's most provocative and searching studies of religious issues.

Individually and collectively, the Cambridge Theologians are involved in what one of their fans, Bishop John Robinson (Honest to God), calls "a moral and intellectual spring-cleaning" of Christianity. Their aim is to...

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