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A history of Christian thought

Author: J L Neve; Otto William Heick
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : Muhlenberg Press, 1946.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J L Neve; Otto William Heick
OCLC Number: 2991953
Notes: Vol. 2 also has special title: History of protestant theology, by O.W. Heick, Ph. D. With contributions by Dr. J.L. Neve on the post-reformation developments and first fundamental steps into the modern age; and imprint: Philadelphia, The Muhlenberg press.
Description: 2 volumes ; 24 cm
Contents: V. 1: History of Christian doctrine --
pt. 1: The ancient church --
Introductory matters --
Precursory thought --
Christianity of the post-apostolic fathers --
Perversions of Christianity --
Source and norm of truth, or foundation of the dogma --
The episcopate as guardian of the truth and the Christian life. Early ideas of the church --
Old Catholic theologians. First steps into the ecumenical age --
The doctrine of the Trinity --
The doctrine of the two natures and one person in Christ --
The problems of anthropology and soteriology --
The sacraments --
Concluding observations: the Christianity of the East and of the West --
pt. 2: The middle ages --
The theology of Gregory the Great --
Theological movements in the Carolingian renaissance --
The development of papal supremacy --
The awakening of the new piety --
The beginning and rise of scholasticism --
Doctrinal issues in the eleventh and twelfth centuries --
The church and theology in the thirteenth century --
The teaching of sin and grace. The sacraments. --
Church and state in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries --
Theology and piety in the later Middle Ages --
pt. 3: The Reformation --
Luther as reformer --
Zwingli and his theology --
The first conflict over the Lord's supper --
Melanchthon the colaborer of Luther --
The earliest confessional writings of Lutheranism --
Bucer, Calvin, and the confessional standards of Calvinism --
Controversies in the Lutheran church and their settlement in the formula of Concord --
The age of strict orthodoxy in the Lutheran church --
Doctrinal developments within Roman Catholic theology --
V. 2: History of Protestant theology --
pt. 4: Developments in post-Reformation theology --
George Calixtus and the principles of syncretism --
Arminianism in Holland --
Arminianism in England --
The theology of the "inner light" --
The English Diests: first steps in radical liberalism --
The French naturalists of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries --
German rationalism --
The old Socinians or Unitarians --
pt. 5: New attitudes to religion and Christianity --
Continental theological thought with special emphasis on German theology after 1800 --
Immanuel Kant: his ideas on religion --
German idealism and its relation to Christianity --
Schleiermacher --
Theology and theologians under the influence of Hegel's philosophy --
Confessional theology --
The mediating theology. The Biblicists. --
Neo-Kantianism and the Ritschlian theology --
From Ritschl to Barth --
Theological thought between the two great wars --
Theological thought in Great Britain --
Introductory remarks --
The early Evangelical and the early Orthodox parties --
Coleridge: the early Oriel school --
The Oxford movement --
Philosophy and the negative movement --
The consolidation of liberal forces --
Scottish theology --
Non-conformist theology --
Theological development in the Anglican church --
British philosophy from 1860 to present --
Theological movements in the twentieth century: the Liberal, Protestant, and Catholic traditions --
Theological thought in America --
Facts and forces in American theology --
Philosophical thought in America --
The New England theology: Jonathan Edwards and his school --
The Liberal Movement in American theology --
Conservative forces in American Calvinism during the nineteenth century --
Lutheran theology --
The twentieth century.
Responsibility: by Dr. J.L. Neve ; with contributions by the Reverend O.W. Heick ... on the middle ages and Catholicism.

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