Modern Theology 3 (1):211--225 (1987)

Graham White
Queen Mary University of London
We examine Gerhard Ebeling's arguments against the use of logic in theology and find them unconvincing, mainly because Ebeling knows very little about logic as practiced.
Keywords Theology  Methodology  Logic
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DOI 10.1111/j.1468-0025.1987.tb00153.x
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