11 edition of A history of Christian doctrine found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by David K. Bernard.|
|LC Classifications||BT21.2 .B425 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-3 > ;|
|ISBN 10||1567220363, 1567221874, 1567222218|
|LC Control Number||95035396|
CHAPTER II. PHILOSOPHICAL INFLUENCES IN THE MEDIAEVAL CHURCH: A. D. —A. D. § 1. Platonism, of the Mystic Theologians. Passing, now, into the Systematizing Period, extending from John Damascene to the Reformation, we enter into a sphere of more intense philosophical activity than any in the history of the church. Even the speculative movement of the German mind for the last half. CHAPTER II. ANTE-NICENE TRINITARIANISM. § 1. Preliminary Statements. Tile early history of the Doctrine of the Trinity shows that Christian faith may exist without a scientific and technical expression of it. This ability comes in only as those heresies arise which necessitate the exact and guarded statements of systematic theology.
Christian doctrine is present in different ways in the NT. Most often, of course, we meet it in the doctrinal sections in the epistles (e.g., Romans 1–8; Ephesians 1–3). But it is there in other ways too, pointing to the fact that doctrine had become part of the daily life of the early churches. xiv, pages ; 23 cm Translation of Epochen der Dogmengeschichte Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index Introduction: dogma and the history of dogma -- Canon and creed -- The doctrine of the Trinity -- Christology -- The doctrine of sin and grace -- Word and sacrament -- Justification -- Dogma within recent Catholicism -- Dogma within Protestantism -- The Pages:
“A remarkably learned, wise, and substantial study of the history of Christian doctrine. Written by an Anglican who is also an evangelical, this volume interacts with the entire scope of Christian theology in all of its major ecclesial trajectories. This book will stand the test of time—in the best tradition of Newman, Harnack, and Pelikan.”. Other articles where Christian Doctrine is discussed: rhetoric: The Middle Ages: Book IV of On Christian Doctrine is usually considered the first rhetorical theory specifically designed for the minister. Of course, the kind of truth to which Augustine sought to give verbal effectiveness was the “revealed” truth as contained in the Scriptures.
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The book also offers a nice bibliography at the end each chapter, and at the end of the book, to further historical theological studies, although none of the works are more recent thanwhen the book was published. Overall I recommend this book to anyone looking for a well organized and concise survey/introduction to historical by: The Christian Tradition: A History of the Development of Doctrine, Vol.
4: Reformation of Church and Dogma () by Jaroslav Pelikan | out of 5 stars Text Book Description: A History of Christian Doctrine: Abridged in One Volume by David K. Bernard. The abridged A History of Christian Doctrine contains material from all three volumes of David K.
Bernard’s comprehensive analysis of church history. Covering events from the first century ad through the end of the twentieth century, the reader. goal of Christian perfection, but the later Holiness move-ment emphasized sanctification as a crisis experience.
In essence, the Holiness groups taught that everyone should seek two distinct experiences with God, or works of grace: conversion and sanctification. 10 A History of Christian Doctrine. This book surveys the history of Christian doctrine from approximately A.D.
to It generally follows chronological order and identifies the most significant events in church history, but the emphasis is on tracing doctrinal developments. To further this purpose, it dis-cusses some events thematically rather than in strict chronological File Size: 1MB.
The abridged A History of Christian Doctrine contains material from all three volumes of David K. Bernard's comprehensive analysis of church history. Covering events from the first century ad through the end of the twentieth century, the reader will find out why certain biblical doctrines were.
Shelves: christian, history This book does a great job of tracing how doctrine changed and was invented through time, after the first apostles died. Helped me really understand the different eras and where doctrine veered off when/5. 38 rows Christian Doctrine from Bible Theology Ministries.
Search Saturday, May 09th. Last update:. Most approaches to historical theology follow Christian beliefs chronologically, discussing notable doctrinal developments for all areas of theology according to their historical appearance. And while this may be good history, it can make for confusing theology, with the classic theological loci scattered throughout various time periods, movements, and Historical Theology Brand: Zondervan.
Anyone who is interested in constructive theology needs a knowledge of the history of Christian theology. In succession to the classic History of Christian Doctrine by G. Fisher, Professor Cunliffe-Jones has brought together a team of experts in the various periods to provide a new and comprehensive survey of the the great themes, the Fathers, the Heretics of the long story here Pages: Christianity is the most widely practiced religion in the world, with more than 2 billion followers.
The Christian faith centers on beliefs regarding the birth, life, death and resurrection of. Very interesting, but idiosyncratic: instead of a simple chronological view of Christian doctrine, it takes each of the major topics of systematic theology and traces it in history and in strands of the Church: authority, Trinity, Christ, His work, Salvation, the church and the end times, with subdivisions, are each in turn analysed as per the Apostolic fathers, the Apologists, the Theologians /5.
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Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller/5(14). A magnificent history of doctrine.—New York Review of BooksIn this volume Jaroslav Pelikan continues the splendid work he has done thus far in his projected five-volume history of the development of Christian doctrine, defined as 'what the Church believes, teaches, 3/5(2).
May this brief study of the history of doctrines serve to create a greater interest in such historical study, and lead to a better understanding of the truth. A companion volume to the author’s Systematic Theology, also available from Banner of : Louis Berkhof.
This book has earned wide acceptance as an outstanding single volume history of doctrine. It is ideally suited for classroom and seminar use as well as research and independent remarkable conciseness and clarity Lohse, shows how doctrinal development has occurred in the various periods of the Church's history from the first century to the present.
The book series The Christian Tradition: A History of the Development of Christian Doctrine published or distributed by the University of Chicago Press. De doctrina Christiana (English: On Christian Doctrine or On Christian Teaching) is a theological text written by Saint Augustine of consists of four books that describe how to interpret and teach the first three of these books were published in and the fourth added in ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Christian doctrine --History of Christian doctrine --The Gentile background of early Christianity --The Jewish background of early Christianity --The early Christian proclamation --The conception of Christianity according to the writings of the apostolic fathers --The conception of.
Volume 1: -Introduction --Methodology --Idea and definition of history --Development discriminated from creation --Development discriminated from improvement --distinction between sacred and secular history --Uses of these definitions and distinctions --Relation of doctrinal to external history --Specifications of the method adopted --Book 1 Anyone who is interested in constructive theology needs a knowledge of the history of Christian theology.
In succession to the classic History of Christian Doctrine by G. P. Fisher, Professor Cunliffe-Jones has brought together a team of experts in the various periods to provide a new and comprehensive survey of the the great themes, the Fathers, the Heretics of the long story here.
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