A series of four talks
1-Myth and Faithby Christopher Evans
Fellow and Lecturer in Divinity, Corpus Christi College.
Oxford Christopher Evans talks about the translation of a collection of German essays to be published next month by the S.P.C.K. under the title Kerygma and Myth. These essays include one by Rudolf Bultmann about demythologising and others by a number of German scholars commenting upon his essay. The speaker discusses the place of Bultmann's theology in the present pattern of modern theological thinking.
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