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J.H. KING'S THEOLOGY OF RELIGIONS: 'MAGNANIMOUS OPTIMISM'?*

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<title> ABSTRACT </title>Commendably, Tony Richie has recently issued a challenge for 'exploring more in depth' the writings of J.H. King as a possible resource for the development of a Pentecostal theology of religions. However, his characterization of King's theology of religions as 'at its core' a matter of 'magnanimous optimism' is an overstatement. Especially given the fact that King demonized the non-Christian faiths, a strong argument can be made that his theology of religions contained no more than an optimistic, inclusivist element with respect to afterlife hope for the unevangelized.

Affiliations: 1: PO Box 129, Emmanuel College Franklin Springs, GA 30639, USA Tony G. Moon (ThM, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary; DMin, Columbia Theological Seminary) is Professor of Christian Ministries at Emmanuel College, Franklin Springs, GA, USA., Email: tmoon@ec.edu

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