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The Christian tradition : a history of the development of doctrine

Author: Jaroslav Pelikan
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1971-1989.
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In this five-volume opus--now available in its entirety in paperback--Pelikan traces the development of Christian doctrine from the first century to the twentieth. "Pelikan's The Christian Tradition  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Pelikan, Jaroslav, 1923-2006.
Christian tradition.
Chicago, University of Chicago Press <1971-1989>
(OCoLC)742434963
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jaroslav Pelikan
ISBN: 0226653706 9780226653709 0226653714 9780226653716 0226653730 9780226653730 0226653757 9780226653754 0226653773 9780226653778 0226653803 9780226653808 0226653781 9780226653785
OCLC Number: 210198
Description: 5 volumes ; 24 cm
Contents: V. 1: The emergence of the Catholic tradition (100-600) --
Praeparatio evangelica --
Outside the mainstream --
The faith of the church Catholic --
The mystery of the Trinity --
The person of the God-man --
Nature and grace --
The orthodox consensus --
V. 2: The spirit of Eastern Christendom (600-1700) --
Ex oriente lux --
The authority of the fathers --
Union and division in Christ --
Images of the invisible --
The challenge of the Latin church --
The vindication of Trinitarian monotheism --
The last flowering of Byzantine orthodoxy --
V. 3: The growth of medieval theology (600-1300) --
The Middle Ages as "age of faith" --
The integrity of the Catholic tradition --
Beyond the Augustinian synthesis --
The plan of salvation --
The communication of grace --
The one true faith --
Summa theologica --
V. 4: Reformation of church and dogma (1300-1700) --
Reformation defined --
Doctrinal pluralism in the later Middle Ages --
One, holy, catholic, and apostolic? --
The Gospel as the treasure of the church --
The world and the will of God --
The definition of Roman Catholic particularity --
Challenges to apostolic continuity --
Confessional dogmatics in a divided Christendom --
V. 5: Christian doctrine and modern culture (since 1700) --
"Alas, theology, too" --
The crisis of orthodoxy East and West --
The objectivity of transcendent revelation --
The theology of the heart --
Foundations of the Christian world view --
The definition of doctrine --
The sobornost of the body of Christ.
Responsibility: Jaroslav Pelikan.

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