Christianity stands or falls with Christ. This is so because of the uniqueness of Christ, in his nature, character, and teaching.
This article describes neotheism as a new view of God in theological scholarship. After describing the characteristics of this new worldview, the author then also sets up objections to this view of God. The objections touch on the topics of creation ex nihilo, predictive prophecy in the Bible, the test for false or true prophecy, and God's ultimate victory over evil.
Geisler addresses the matter of the nature of religious or faith language, that is, how man can speak of God. He describes the nature of the problem and continues by presenting and evaluating contemporary alternative approaches taken in this issue.