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Trends of Christian thinking,

Author: Charles S Macfarland
Publisher: New York Fleming H. Revell Co. [©1937]
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Macfarland, Charles S.
Trends of Christian thinking.
New York Fleming H. Revell Co. [©1937]
(OCoLC)1019823544
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles S Macfarland
OCLC Number: 2588543
Notes: Book reviews.
Description: 207 pages 20 cm
Contents: 1. In theology and philosophy --
American religious philosophy --
Present tendencies in theology --
Contemporary theology in England --
The Dialectical theology --
Karl Barth as theologian --
Barth explains himself --
The crisis theology comes to America --
The renascence of empiricism --
Jesus as empiricist --
The structure of religious experience --
The theology of personalism --
The scientific view asserts itself --
A mature philosopher reflects on the nature of religion --
2. The social gospel survives --
Jesu Redivivus in the social gospel --
A Roman Catholic view --
3. God or Caesar: The crisis of church and state --
The conflict in continental Europe --
A resulting Neo-Christian metaphysic --
Christianity confronts Communism --
Church and state in contemporary America --
The church moves to meet the crisis --
The Christian solution --
4. The church under self-examination --
A restless ministry --
The relevance of the church --
The significance of leadership --
Calling Christians to worship --
The outlook for unity --
The Protestant strategy --
A hopeful Anglican approach --
5. The future of foreign missions --
A revealing page of history --
The demands of a new day --
The call for unity --
6. The return to personal religion --
Religion as a resource --
Simplicity in faith --
The essence of spiritual religion --
The religion of a mystic --
The religion of a Christ-centered mind --
Religion in social utilitarianism --
In psychology --
In therapeutics --
The reality of guidance --
7. Trends of Christian thinking --
In theology and philosophy --
In social Christianity --
In relation to the totalitarian state --
On the nature and mission of the church --
On the future of foreign missions --
On personal religion.
Responsibility: by Charles S. Macfarland.

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