God Has No Favourites

Title: God Has No Favourites: The New Testament on First Century Religions
Author: Basil Scott
Publisher: Primalogue Publishing
Date of Publication: 2013

What does the New Testament have to say about the world’s religions? Do they contain knowledge of the truth? Do they reveal anything about God? When these questions are debated reference is usually made only to a limited selection of well known texts such as John 14:6 & Acts 4:12. What is needed is a study of all the New Testament data.  God Has No Favourites can be purchased through Amazon.

The book surveys the New Testament views on Religions, Jewish & Gentile.

god-has-no-favouritesSeparate chapters cover the following:

  • Religion in the Greek & Roman world
  • Second Temple Judaism
  • Salvation through Christ
  • Relations between Christians and people of other religions.
  • The final section draws some conclusions concerning God's view of religions.
  • A concluding postscript compares the New Testament with modern Christian approaches to other faiths. The New Testament does not conform neatly to any major modern viewpoint.

 

 

God Has No Favourites

Title: God Has No Favourites: The New Testament on First Century Religions
Author: Basil Scott
Publisher: Primalogue Publishing
Date of Publication: 2013

What does the New Testament have to say about the world’s religions? Do they contain knowledge of the truth? Do they reveal anything about God? When these questions are debated reference is usually made only to a limited selection of well known texts such as John 14:6 & Acts 4:12. What is needed is a study of all the New Testament data.  God Has No Favourites can be purchased through Amazon.

The book surveys the New Testament views on Religions, Jewish & Gentile.

god-has-no-favouritesSeparate chapters cover the following:

  • Religion in the Greek & Roman world
  • Second Temple Judaism
  • Salvation through Christ
  • Relations between Christians and people of other religions.
  • The final section draws some conclusions concerning God's view of religions.
  • A concluding postscript compares the New Testament with modern Christian approaches to other faiths. The New Testament does not conform neatly to any major modern viewpoint.