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The philosophy of Christianity,

Author: Leander S Keyser
Publisher: Burlington, Ia., The Lutheran literary board, 1928.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leander S Keyser
OCLC Number: 3314308
Description: 266 pages 21 cm
Contents: Chapter I. Prolegomena --
I. The Purpose of This Work --
II. The Attitude Toward the Bible --
III. Christianity Primarily a Religion --
IV. Some Definitions and Explanations --
Chapter II. Christianity an Adequate World View --
I. The Bible Sets Forth a Philosophy --
II. Philosophy Seeks an Adequate Ground and Cause --
Chapter III. The Unifying Principle and Power --
I. The Doctrine of the Eternal God --
II. An Adequate Unifying Principle and Power --
Chapter IV. The Criterion of Truth --
I. A Problem of Philosophy --
II. Various Proposed Solutions --
III. The Synthetic View --
IV. The Adequacy of the Christian Conception --
Chapter V. An All-Inclusive Philosophy --
I. Christianity Inclusive of All Fundamental Truth --
II. The Christian World View Compared with Other World Views --
Chapter VI. Christianity and Other Religions --
I. An Important Discipline --
II. The Origin of Religion --
III. Christianity Compared with the Ethnic Faiths / Mohammedanism / Hinduism / Buddhism / Confuscianism / Zorastrianism / Polytheism / Animism, Fetichism --
Chapter VII. Some Basic Problems of Philosophy --
I. Character of These Problems --
II. Theology: The Problem of God --
III. Ontology: The Problem of Being --
IV. Psychology: The Problem of Mind --
V. Epistemology: The Problem of Knowing --
VI. Morality: The Problem of Right and Wrong --
VII. Eschatology: The Doctrine of Human Destiny Chapter VIII. The Philosophy of History --
I. A Difficult Problem --
II. Various Non-Christian Views --
III. The Christian View --
Chapter IX. The Philosophy of Redemption --
I. A Unique Element in Christianity: Its Centrality --
II. What An Adequate Philosophy Must Do --
III. The Doctrine of the Trinity --
IV. The Incarnation of the Son of God --
Chapter X. The Philosophy of Redemption (Continued) --
IV. The Incarnation of the Son of God (cont) --
Chapter XI. The Philosophy of a Special Revelation --
I. The Biblical Teaching --
II. Man's Need of a Special Revelation --
III. The Reasonableness of a Special Revelation --
IV. The Biblical Record of Special Divine Revelations --
V. Why a Written Record was Made --
VI. The Closing of the Biblical Canon --
Chapter XII. The Christian View of Man --
I. Introductory Note --
II. Man's Origin --
III. Man's Dual Nature --
IV. Man's Specific Psychology --
V. Man's Total Nature --
VI. Man a Citizen of Two Worlds --
Chapter XIII. Christianity's Perfect Ethical Standard --
I. Religion and Ethics --
II. Clear Moral Distinctions --
III. The Righteous Character of God --
IV. The Ultimate Ground and Source of Right --
V. The Source of Wrong --
VI. The Bible Always Upholds the Right --
VII. Inner and Outer Goodness --
VIII. The Ethical Nature of Salvation --
IX. The Ethical Element in the Plan of Redemption --
X. The Well-poised Ethical Christian Life Chapter XIV. The Rational Basis of the New Birth --
I. Christianity and Intellectual Culture --
II. Definition of the New Birth --
III. The Necessity of the New Birth --
IV. The Divine Agent in Regeneration --
V. The Means Employed --
VI. The Mystery of the New Birth --
VII. Unity and Diversity in the New Birth --
Chapter XV. The Function of Christian Faith --
I. Christianity a Religion of Faith --
II. Definition of Christian Faith --
III. Erroneous Ideas of Christian Faith --
IV. The Reasonableness of Christian Faith --
V. The Author's Purpose Achieved --
Chapter XVI. Confirmatory Quotations from Various Writers.
Responsibility: by Leander S. Keyser.

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