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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Macintosh, Douglas Clyde, 1877-1948.
Theology as an empirical science.
New York, Macmillan, 1919
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Douglas Clyde Macintosh
|Description:||xvi, 270 p. 21 cm.|
|Contents:||The presuppositions of theology. The presuppositions of all empirical sciences ; The pertinent results of other sciences ; Human free agency ; The possibility of immortality ; The fact of sin, with its evil consequences ; The presupposition peculiar to theology : the existence of God --
The empirical data and laws of theology. Revelation in general ; Revelation in the person of Christ ; Revelation in the work of Christ ; Revelation in the Christian experience of salvation ; The laws of empirical theology --
Theological theory. The moral attributes of God, and the relation of God to men ; The metaphysical attributes of God ; The relation of God to the universe ; Eschatological deductions ; The problem of evil (theodicy).
|Responsibility:||by Douglas Clyde Macintosh.|