Freedom and Authority in Religion discusses several opposing viewpoints: that of not putting any authority into Christianity, and that of one-sided authority. Mullins defines the one-sided authority as that which comes only from a narrow scientific or philosophic standpoint, as he urges a more holistic view of authoritative religion.
- The Modern Ideal of Freedom
- The Consciousness of Jesus and the New Testament Records
- The Interactable Residues of Science
- The Unstable Equilibrium of Philosophy
- Voluntarism and Authority, or the Religious Assimilation of Truth
- The Principle of Authority
- The Nature of Religion
- Religious Knowledge
- The Authority of Jesus Christ
- The Place of the Bible in Christianity
- Summary and Conclusion
Praise for the Print Edition
Edgar Young Mullins, who was perhaps the most pivotal figure in twentieth century Southern Baptist life, deserves notice.
Edgar Young Mullins is the most formative influence on the theological and doctrinal development of the Southern Baptist Church.
- Title: Freedom and Authority in Religion
- Author: Edgar Young Mullins
- Publisher: The Griffith & Rowland Press
- Publication Date: 1913
- Pages: 427
About Edgar Young Mullins
Edgar Young Mullins is one of the twentieth century's most noted Southern Baptist theologians. Both a pastor and professor, Mullins wrote many theological resources that continue to inspire and challenge readers today. He died in 1928, shortly after being named the president of the Baptist World Alliance.