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A Moderate Move or Missing the Point? A Response to Tony Moon's 'J. H. King's Theology of Religions: 'Magnanimous Optimism?'

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This article is a response to Tony Moon's scholarly charge that this author has overstated his case regarding Bishop J. H. King's Pentecostal theology of religions. Dr Moon urges a more moderate move, but I respectfully argue that he is missing my point regarding King's theology of religions as at its core characterized by optimism, that is, by a positive and balanced but non-dogmatic sense of hopefulness.


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