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|Title||Joseph Smith’s Theological Challenges: From Revelation and Authority to Metaphysics|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2005|
|Authors||Mouw, Richard J.|
|Journal||BYU Studies Quarterly|
|Keywords||Metaphysics; Restoration; Theology|
In his published dialogue with the Evangelical theologian Craig Blomberg, Stephen Robinson observed that one of the factors that makes it so difficult for Mormons and Evangelicals to understand each other is the issue of terminology. The theology of the Latter-day Saints, he noted, has not been shaped by the same developments that Protestants have experienced since the days of the Reformation. This means, Robinson said, that "Latter-day Saints are generally quite naïve when it comes to the technical usage of theological language."
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