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The problem of Christianity.

Author: Josiah Royce
Publisher: Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1968]
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"In what sense can the modern man consistently be, in creed, a Christian?"--Introduction.
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Royce, Josiah, 1855-1916.
Problem of Christianity.
Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1968]
(OCoLC)812192649
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Josiah Royce
OCLC Number: 381315
Notes: Reprint of the 1913 ed.
Description: v, 412 pages 24 cm
Contents: Part 1: The Christian doctrine of life. --
The problem and the method --
The idea of the universal community --
The moral burden of the individual --
The realm of grace --
Time and guilt --
Atonement --
The Christian doctrine of life --
The modern mind and the Christian ideas. --
Part 2: The real world and the Christian ideas. --
The community and the time-process --
The body and the members --
Perception, conception, and interpretation --
The will to interpret --
The world of interpretation --
The doctrine of signs --
The historical and the essential --
Summary and conclusion.
Responsibility: With a new introd. by John E. Smith.

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"In what sense can the modern man consistently be, in creed, a Christian?"--Introduction.

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