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A history of Christian thought

Author: Paul Tillich
Publisher: [Providence, R.I.] : [P.H. John], 1953.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Tillich
OCLC Number: 13210064
Notes: "A stenographic transcription of lectures delivered during the Spring term, 1953." [Union Theological Seminary, New York City].
Description: 241, 6 pages ; 28 cm
Contents: Introduction. Reality and thought. Concept of dogma --
Kairos. World situation. Greek philosophy. Stoicism. Logos. Stoic & Christian salvation --
Intertestamental period. Angles. Messiah. Demons. Mystery religions. Mysticism. Christian thoelogy: reception & transformation. Son of man . . . logos. --
Apostolic father. Clement. Ignatius . . . --
Apologetic movement. Celsus. Justin Martyr. --
Logos doctrine & doct. of God. Gnosticism. Marcion . . . --
Irenaeus. Tertullian. Hippolytus. Apostolic tradition. Montanus. Trinity. --
Covenants. Fathers, cont. --
Neo-Platonism. Plotinus. Clement of Alexandria. Origen. --
Theology of Origen. Theodotus. Algoi. Paul of Samosata. --
Monarchianism. Sabellius. Arian controversy. Athanasius. Nicaea. --
Athanasius. Marcellus. Gregory of Nyssa. Basil . . . John of Damascus. Christological problem. School of Antioch. Theodor of Mopsuestia. Apollinarius. Nestorius. Cyril. Chalcedon. --
Dionysius the Areopagite (Pseudo-Dionysius). --
Tertullian. Cyprian. Augustine. --
Augustine (cont.) --
Augustine. Pelagius. --
Augustine. Donatism. The Medieval church. Scholasticism. Mysticism. Peter the Lombard . . . --
Nominalism. Realism. Medieval trends & religious forces. Monasticism. Crusades. Sectarianism. Church figures. --
Augustine & history. Medieval situation. Curianism, conciliarism. --
Criticism of church. Sacraments. Problems of middle ages. --
Anselm. His arguments. --
Abelard. Bernard of Clairvaux --
mysticism of . . . --
Joachim di Fiore, sacraments & history . . . Franciscan theology, 13th century, presuppositions of. St. Francis. St. Dominic. --
Thomas Aquinas. Duns Scotus. Medieval theology. --
(Pelagius). Aquinas. Arguments of. --
Aquinas, ethical teachings. Nominalism (Wm. Occam). German mysticism (Eckhart). --
Pre-reformers. Counter-reformation. Roman Catholicism. Council of Trent. --
Justification by faith alone. Sacraments. Papal infallibility . . . Jansenism . . . --
Probabilism. Jansenism. Vaticanum (1870). Martin Luther. Definition of Catholicism; elements of. --
Penance. Luther's attacks. Sola fide. Roman sacramentalism. Humanist conflicts. Erasmus. Evangelical radicalism. Muenzer. --
Luther and sects (cont.). Luther's teachings --
faith, concept of God, omnipotence, Christology, doctrine of the church, of the state. Zwingli. --
Zwingli & Luther, differences. Calvin --
on God and man, predestination & providence, the Christian life, capitalism & Calvinism; on church & state, scripture. --
Protestant orthodoxy . . . representatives and teachings. Pietism. --
Pietism. Socinius. Enlightenment. Concept of autonomy, heteronomy . . . John Locke, tolerance; deism. Modern development. Final remarks. --
Appendix: Sermons of Dr. Tillich --
"Is there any word from the Lord?" --
"The truth shall make you free" --
"By what authority?".
Responsibility: by Paul Tillich ; [recorded and edited by Peter H. John].

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