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The series of books by Dr. Geisler are interesting and he does often refer to the church fathers. What I found sad was he ignored Orthodox Christian points of view and focused on the Roman Catholic points. I believe he could have represented the Orthodox christian view and in some cases found a valuable friend. Oh, well, its the old Protestant vs. Catholic agenda. Overall a good read and would recommend it.
I was on the bus ride this morning and had just finished the third book of 4 in his systematic theology series. In this one, Dr. Geisler goes into the issue of SIN and Salvation. He deals with the nature of the unborn, orinial Sin, atonement, and things like Conditions for faith and the Content of faith. One thing that STICKS out in this text is...his view of free will is pushed to the fore front. If you want something about the issue of free will as well, here it is. This is great book to have for it covers so much. While you may or may not agree with everthing in it, it's great to have in your library. Can't wait for the 4th one coming out next month.
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