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Christian social teachings; a reader in Christian social ethics from the Bible to the present.

Author: George W Forell
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minn. Augsburg Pub. House [1971, ©1966]
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Forell, George W. (George Wolfgang), 1919-2011.
Christian social teachings.
Minneapolis, Minn. Augsburg Pub. House [1971, ©1966]
(OCoLC)988107602
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George W Forell
ISBN: 080661126X 9780806611266
OCLC Number: 1125785
Description: xx, 491 pages 18 cm
Contents: I Old Testament influences : Exodus 20:21-23:33 ; Amos 6, 7, 8, 9:1-7, Isaiah 10 and 11 --
II New Testament influences : Matthew 5-7; 25:31-46. Romans 13. Ephesians 5 and 6:1-20; I Peter 2:9-3:22. I John 3:1-18, 4:1-21. Revelation 13 --
III Early Christian fathers : The epistle of Barnabas XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI ; The first apology of Justin, the martyr 13-17, 27-29 ; Irenaeus against heresies, Chap. XXIV --
IV Tertullian : The apology, Chap. 39-45 ; On pagan shows, Chap. 24-30 --
V The Alexandrian school : Clement: The instructor, Book I, Chap. XIII; The rich man's salvation. Origen: Against Celsus, Book VIII --
Chrysostom : Concerning the statutes, Homily XII, 9ff. Homilies on Matthew, XIX ; Eutropius and the vanity of riches --
VII Augustine : Enchirifion, Chap. 9-11, 23-26. City of God V, 13 and 15; XIV, 28; XIX 17. Of the morals of the Catholic Church, chap. XV, XXiV, 44, XXVi and XXVII. Letters CLXXXIX to Boniface; CLXXIII to Donatus --
VIII Monasticism : The sayings of the fathers. The rule of Saint Benedict (on humility). The rule of St. Francis (III) --
IX Mysticism : Bernard: A letter to Louis, King of France (A.D. 1142) ; A letter to Pope Eugenius (A.D. 1146) ; A letter to Henry, Archbishop of Mainz (A.D. 1146) ; On consideration, Book III, Chap. III-IV ; Meister Eckart: The talks of instruction, Nos. 2, 4, 5, 7, 18; from The sermons --
X Thomas Aquinas : Summa theological, II/I, Question 90, Articles 1 and 2 ; II/I, Question 91, Articles 1-4 ; II/2, Question 58, Articles 1, 11, 12 ; II/2, Question 60, Articles 5-6 ; II/w, Question 64, Articles 2-3 ; II/2, Question 66, Articles 1-2 ; II/2, Question 78, Article I ; II/2, Question 40, Article I ; II/2, Question 182, Articles 1-2 --
XI The medieval papacy : Gregory VII: Sentence of excommunication against Henry IV of France (A.D. 1076). Boniface VIII: Bull, Unam Sanctam (A.D. 1302) --
Xii Martin Luther : 95 Theses; Open letter to the Christian nobility (A.D.) 1520) ; An open letter concerning the hard book against the peasants ; Letter to count Albert of Mansfeld (A.D. 1541) ; Concerning marriage (A.D. 1545) --
XII John Calvin : Institutes, Book II, Chap. II, No. I ; Book II, Chap. II, No. 13 ; Book II, Chap. VIII, No. 39, 41, 45-46 ; Book III, Chap. SSI, No. 7 ; Book IV, Chap. XX, No. 1-3, 8, 24, 31-32 --
XIV The Anabaptists : The Schleitheim confession of faith ; Munzer: Sermon before the princes ; Simons: On the ban: Questions and answers --
XV Ignatius Loyola and the Jesuits : Institutum Societatis Jesu, I, 407 f. de Suarez: A treatise on laws and God the lawgiver, Book III, Chap. II ; Disputation XIII: On Charity, Chap. I. XVI Puritanism : Milton: Areopagitica : An Agreement of the people ; Winstanley: The law of freedom in a platform or true magistracy restored ; Baxter: A holy commonwealth ; Mather: Essays to do good: Miscellaneous proposals to gentlemen --
XVII The Quakers : Rules of discipline: Advices; against war; against slavery --
XVIII Rationalism : Locke: The reasonableness of Christianity ; Butler: Upon the love of our neighbors ; Lessing: The tale of the three rings ; Paine: The age of reason --
XIX German pietism : Spener: Pia Desideria ; Francke: Scriptual rules ; Zinzendorf: sermons, 1740's --
XX John Wesley : The use of money ; thoughts on slavery ; thoughts on the present scarcity of provision --
XXI Jonathan Edwards : Pressing into the kingdom of God ; Obligations to charity --
XXII Romanticism : Herder: God, some conversations ; Schleirmacher: On religion, Speeches to its cultured despisers ; de Chateaubriand: The genius of Christianity. XXIII The American development in the nineteenth century : Bushnell: Politics under the law of God ; de Tocqueville: Demoncracy in America: American institutions ; Lincoln: Second inaugural address ; Lawrence: The relation of wealth to morals --
XXIV The social encyclicals : Leo XIII: Diuturnum ; Immortale Dei ; Rerum Novarum ; Pius XI: Mit brennender Sorge ; Divini redemptoris ; Pius XII: Summi Pontificatus --
XXV The social Gospel : Gladden: Social salvation ; Peabody: The approach to the social question ; Rauschenbusch: A theology for the social gospel --
XXVI Reinhold Niebuhr : An interpretation of Christian ethics ; Justice and love ; Christian faith and natural law ; The hydrogen bomb --
XXVII Paul Tillich : Love, power and justice --
XXVIII Karl Barth : The Christian community and the civil community --
XXIX Dietrich Bonhoeffer : Ethics; Letters and papers from prison (June8, July 16, 1944) --
XXX Pope John XXIII : Mater et Magistra ; Pacem in terris.
Responsibility: Compiled and edited by George W. Forell.

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