Critique: II

@article{Mcgill1968CritiqueI,
  title={Critique: II},
  author={Arthur C. Mcgill},
  journal={Theology Today},
  year={1968},
  volume={25},
  pages={317 - 319}
}
By ARTHUR MCGILL T ET me begin with what I think is Professor Outler's total misL understanding of the radical theologians. The one thing that always comes to me from the radical theologians is the affirmation or celebration of change. Process is good. Nothing is fixed, static, or frozen. Forms of thought and forms of institution have to be in transition, movement, mobility. Many should be adaptable, responsible, and open to new possibilities everyday. J. A. T. Robinson (THEOLOGY TODAY July…