05 May 2014
Book Description-266: IS JESUS THE ONLY SAVIOR? (Prof. Ronald H. Nash, Ph.D.)
Nowadays, many people teach and believe in pluralism and inclusivism who deny that Jesus Christ who is the only Savior of the world should be believed in order to be saved. As Christians, how do we respond and challenge those beliefs?
Get the answers from:
IS JESUS THE ONLY SAVIOR?
oleh: (late) Prof. Ronald H. Nash, Ph.D.
Publisher:: Zondervan, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1994
In the preface in this book, Dr. Ronald H. Nash explains what pluralist (like John Hick) and inclusivist (Clark H. Pinnock, John Sanders, etc) believe in contrast to excluvist believes. Those two beliefs (pluralism and inclusivism) and what they teach are explained in two parts: part one which consists of 6 chapters explains about Hick’s fallacies of pluralism based on Biblical and philosophical analysis; and part two which consists 5 chapters explains about Pinnock, Sanders, and other inclusivist’s fallacies of inclusivism based on Biblical and philosophical analysis. In the final chapter on part 2, Dr. Nash explains the reason why he is not an inclusivist. Let this book teaches us what the Bible teaches us about the uniqueness and finality of Lord Jesus Christ as the Savior of the world.
Profil Dr. Ronald H. Nash:
(late) Prof. Ronald H. Nash, Ph.D. was born in Cleveland, Ohio on May 27, 1936. He earned his Bachelor's degree at Barrington College, and a Master’s degree at Brown University, before going on to receive his Doctorate in Philosophy (Ph.D.) from Syracuse University 1964.
Following his doctoral work, Nash became the Chairman of the Department of Philosophy and Religion and Director of Graduate Studies in Humanities at Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green, Kentucky), where he served for 27 years. In 1991, he became Professor of Philosophy and Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando, Florida), serving there until 2002. Additionally, Nash was Professor of Philosophy at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Louisville, Kentucky) from 1998-2005. Nash passed away on March 10, 2006, due to complications from a stroke. He was survived by his wife, Betty Jane, and children, Jeffrey and Jennifer. A public memorial service in Nash’s honor was held at the Orlando campus of the Reformed Theological Seminary.