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The place of Christ in modern theology,

Author: A M Fairbairn
Publisher: New York, Scribner, 1893.
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Fairbairn, A.M. (Andrew Martin), 1838-1912.
Place of Christ in modern theology.
New York, Scribner, 1893
(OCoLC)729308832
Named Person: Jesus Christ.; Jesus Christ.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A M Fairbairn
OCLC Number: 479951
Description: xxiii, 556 pages
Contents: Introduction. The return to Christ --
1. The new element in theology --
2. Theology as the historical spirit found it --
3. The recovery of the historical Christ --
Book I. Historical and critical --
Division I. The law of development in theology and the church Chapter I. The doctrine of development --
1. On the history of the doctrine --
2. The idea of development --
3. Development in the church --
4. The realm of the law --
Chapter II. Development of the ancient church --
1. The creative organism --
2. The primitive environments --
3. The immediate result --
Chapter III. New factors and new lines of development --
1. The new factors: the external --
2. Ancient philosophy and theology --
3. Christian history and theology --
Chapter IV. The Greek mind and theology --
1. Two minds and two churches --
2. The Greek and Latin fathers --
3. The Greek theology --
4. The terminology --
5.The merits and the defects of the theology --
Chapter V. The Latin theology and the church --
1. Their distinctive factors --
2. Tertullian --
3. The old religions and the new --
4. Thought and organization in the Western church --
Chapter VI. Scholasticism --
1. The new races and the old --
2. The new races and old problems --
3. Scholasticism --
Chapter VII. The Renaissance and the Reformation --
1. The time and the men --
2. The Renaissance in Christian Literature: Erasmus --
3. The Reformation: Luther --
4. Calvin and Geneva --
Chapter VIII. The modern churches and their theologies --
1. Relation of church to theology --
2. Catholicism and theology --
3. The Lutheran theology --
4. The Reformed theology --
5. Theology and the English church --
Retrospect and conclusions --
Division II. Historical criticism and the history of Christ --
Chapter I. Through literature and philosophy to criticism --
1. The beginnings of historical criticism: literature --
2. Historical criticism: romanticism and theology --
3. Philosophy and historical criticism --
4. Philosophy and the Incarnation: Schelling --
5. Philosophy and historical Christianity: Hegel --
6. Historical criticism and theology.
Responsibility: by A.M. Fairbairn.

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