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place of Christ in modern theology
Andrew Martin Fairbairn
|Statement||by A. M. Fairbairn|
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|Pagination||xxiii, 556 p. ;|
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OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages: Contents: Introduction. The return to Christ The new element in theology Theology as the historical spirit found it The recovery of the historical Christ --Book I. Historical and critical --Division law of.
OCLC Number: Notes: "This book appears as the Morse lecture."--Preface. Description: xxiii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: The doctrine of development --Development of the ancient church --New factors and new lines of development --The Greek mind and theology --The Latin theology and church --Scholasticism --The Renaissance and the Reformation --The modern churches and their theologies.
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Full text of "The place of Christ in modern theology" See other formats. THE PLACE OF CHRIST IN MODERN THEOLOGY WILLIAM ADAMS BROWN Union Theological Seminary, Place of Christ in modern theology book York City It is nearly two decades since Dr. Fairbairn published the book whose name Place of Christ in modern theology book have ventured to borrow as a title for this article.
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The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern Theology finally brings all of these strands of thought into a single introductory volume. This makes this volume an ideal starting place for any who want to understand various strands of early modern theology better.
It also includes fruitful reflection that will stimulate the most seasoned scholars in this. Fairbairn has written: 'Religion in history and in modern life' -- subject(s): Accessible book 'Christ in the centuries, and other sermons' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Congregational.
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Modern Theology is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by publishes articles, review articles, and book reviews in the area of theology, with an ecumenical editorial policy.
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CONTEMPORARY THEOLOGY AND THE BIBLE JOHN H. STOLL Dean of Education, Calvary Bible College There seems to be no place for the church, as the body of Christ. (4) The same observation can be made in relation to the Living Word and the Scriptures.
the Bible is a human book with errors, it bears the Word of God to us in a broken and File Size: KB. The place of Christ in modern theology / By A. (Andrew Martin) Fairbairn. Abstract "This book appears as the Morse lecture." of access: Internet Topics: Jesus Christ, Bible., Bible., Theology, Doctrinal.
With the work of Schleiermacher, theology may be said to have entered on a new phase. Unless the impulses given by him, for good or ill, be studied with some care, the present position and prospects of theology will largely remain the outset of his activity, Schleier-0 13 CHARACTER OF THE MODERN PERIOD 5File Size: 2MB.
Origins of Modern Theology II All the ideas characteristic of modern theology had been developing for several centuries. Still: Modern Theology as we consider it today is a product of the turn of the 19th century. Period of great upheaval: French Revolution; Industrial Revolution.
In a File Size: KB. Modern Theology: Schleiermacher on Christian Faith. Friedrich Schleiermacher is sometimes described as the “father of modern theology“. In this article I will explain his understanding of religion and its relationship to Christianity as conveyed in the first two speeches of his work, On Religion: Speeches to Its Cultured page references are to that work (pictured to the right).
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