Resurgent interest in Carl Henry as one of America’s finest evangelical theologians has reignited enthusiasm in his formative works. His work on ethics was essential both to his leadership of Christianity Today and to his magnum opus God, Revelation and Authority. This study addresses both the moral revelation of Christianity and the ethical alternatives of speculative philosophy.
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Carl F. H. Henry (1913–2003) was an evangelical Christian theologian. Henry earned degrees from Wheaton College, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Boston University. In 1942, he helped launch the National Association of Evangelicals and served on its board for many years. Henry assisted Rev. Billy Graham in founding Christianity Today and served as the editor for 12 years. Henry’s six-volume God, Revelation, and Authority has been widely influential in shaping evangelicals’ beliefs around the world.