This introductory chapter discusses some of the most important objections against analytic theology. It begins by explaining the meaning of the terms ‘analytic philosophy’ and ‘analytic theology’. It then presents what is essentially an analytic theologian's perspective on the most salient objections against the enterprise of analytic theology. An overview of the subsequent chapters is presented.
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