s first chapters ask whether the God of Christianity faces or may face obstacles to proclaiming revelation in history, or whether, even in a perfect world, God would face obstacles to revelation.
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GOC stands for God of Christianity
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These essays were written at the age of 30 when he contradicted the modern view of the 'vindictive' Jewish God as against the 'merciful' god of Christianity.
Failure to establish such compatibility would undermine the belief in the existence of God, or at least, the perfect and benevolent God of Christianity.
The God of Christianity, according to the Bible, created the world out of nothing.
These Jewish and Christian philosophers also realized that the God of Christianity was eminently superior to all other contending divinities, and more reasonable than any of them.
The adoption of the traditionally revered concept of Hananim ("god in heaven") as the Supreme God of Christianity was one significant way the early Christians ensured that the imported faiths converged with Korean religious tradition.
And yet, paradoxically, this God of Christianity has, over the years, attained for me a very real existence.
The God he describes is an amalgam of concepts found in various faiths, many with contradictory views (for instance, how is the God of Christianity compatible with the God, or gods, of Hinduism?