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Clarke, William Newton, 1841-1912.
Outline of Christian theology.
New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, ©1898
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Newton Clarke
|Description:||488 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction. Religion and theology ; The sources of Christian theology ; Qualifications for the study of Christian theology ; General method of study ; Terminology and order of treatment --
God. The Christian conception of God ; The attributes of God ; The existence of God ; The relation of God to the universe ; The divine Trinity and triunity --
Man. The human constitution of body and spirit ; Man as a moral being ; The relation of the individual to the human race ; The origin of the human race --
Sin. The reality of sin ; The nature of sin ; Sin in relation to the human race ; Sin in relation to the individual before God --
Christ. The place of Christ in history ; The recorded facts concerning Christ ; The person of Christ ; The unity of Christ with God and with the human race ; The reconciliation of God and men in Christ ; The present activity of Christ --
The Holy Spirit and the divine life in man. What is meant by the Holy Spirit ; The Holy Spirit in relation to the work of Christ ; The work of the Holy Spirit in the world ; The work of the Holy Spirit in the church ; The work of the Holy Spirit in individuals ; A group of the Holy Spirit's works --
Things to come. Things to come in this world ; Things to come beyond this world.
|Responsibility:||by William Newton Clarke.|