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Philosophy and religion : a series of addresses, essays and sermons designed to set forth great truths in popular form

Author: Augustus Hopkins Strong
Publisher: New York : Armstrong, 1888.
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Strong, Augustus Hopkins, 1836-1921.
Philosophy and religion.
New York : Armstrong, 1888
(OCoLC)555693838
Online version:
Strong, Augustus Hopkins, 1836-1921.
Philosophy and religion.
New York : Armstrong, 1888
(OCoLC)609125190
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Augustus Hopkins Strong
OCLC Number: 1965895
Description: 632 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Philosophy and religion, 1868 --
2. Science and religion, 1867 --
3. Materialistic skepticism, 1873 --
4. Philosophy of evolution, 1878 --
5. Modern idealism, 1888 --
6. Scientific theism, 1875 --
7. Will in theology, 1880-81 --
8. Modified Calvinism, 1883 --
9. Christian miracles, 1879 --
10. Method of inspiration, 1880 --
11. Christian individualism, 1886 --
12. New theology, 1888 --
13. Living God, Jer. 10, 10 --
14. Holiness of God, 1878 --
15. Two natures of Christ, 1884 --
16. Necessity of the atonement --
17. Believer's union with Christ, 1879 --
18. Baptism of Jesus, 1880 --
19. Christian truth and its keepers, 1868 --
20. Unconscious assumptions of communion polemics, 1875 --
21. Teacher's guide and helper --
22. Councils of ordination: their powers and duties, 1879 --
23. Claims of the Christian ministry, 1875 --
24. Sources of supply for the ministry, 1878 --
25. Lack of students for the ministry --
26-27. Education for the ministry --
28. Training for leadership --
29. Are our colleges Christian? --
30. New Testament interpretation --
31. A great teacher of Greek exegesis: an address at the funeral of Professor Horatio B. Hackett --
32. Church history an one who taught it, an address at the funeral of Professor R.J.W. Buckland --
33. Learning in the professor's chair, remarks at the funeral of the Rev. V.R. Hotchkiss --
34. The death of the president, a sermon on the death of President Garfield, 1881 --
35. Kingdom of God and its coming --
36. Leaving the ninety and nine --
37. Economics of missions --
38. Theology of missions --
39. Nature and purpose of the cherubim --
40. Woman's place and work --
41. Woman's work in missions --
42. Education of a woman --
43. Re-marriage after divorce --
44. Christianity and political economy --
45. Getting and spending --
46. Recollections of the East --
47. The Crusades --
48. Dante and the Divine Comedy --
49. Poetry and Robert Browning --
Addresses to successive graduating classes of the Rochester Theological Seminary 1873-1887.
Responsibility: A.H. Strong.
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