A History of Christian Thought Volume 2: From Augustine to the Eve of the Reformation

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Abingdon Press, 1970 - Religion - 362 pages
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A treatment of the evolution of Christian thought from the birth of Christ, to the Apostles, to the early church, to the great flowering of Christianity across the world. Beginning with Augustine, Volume 2 covers the flowering of Christian thought that characterized both the Latin West and the Byzantine East during the Middle Ages.

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Review: A History of Christian Thought Volume 2: From Augustine to the Eve of the Reformation (A History of Christian Thought #2)

User Review  - Joseph Sverker - Goodreads

First of all I must say that I really appreciate Gonzalez both as a writer and as a historian of Christian thought and Church history. Without making a big fuzz about it he brings out something unique ... Read full review

Review: A History of Christian Thought Volume 1: From the Beginnings to the Council of Chalcedon (A History of Christian Thought #1)

User Review  - Garrett Erskine - Goodreads

A classic in Christian theological development every pastor and theologian should have this on their shelves. Gonzalez has a fantastic perspective on theological development that offers keen insight into the church's history. I recommend this for Protestant and Catholic writers alike. Read full review

Contents

List of Abbreviations
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The Theology of Augustine
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Western Theology After Augustine
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Copyright

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About the author (1970)

Justo L. Gonzalez, a United Methodist minister born in Cuba, is a retired member of the Rio Grande Conference of the United Methodist Church. After his basic college and seminary education in Cuba, he came to study at Yale University, where he obtained three degrees: S.T.M. (1958), M.A. (1960), Ph.D. (1961). In 1961 he joined the faculty of the Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico, teaching historical theology, and in 1969 he moved to Atlanta in order to teach at Candler School of Theology (Emory University). Since 1977 he has been engaged in two main occupations: writing and promoting the theological education of Latinas and Latinos. Gonzalez has published more than 80 books, hundreds of articles, and served twenty years as editor for the journal Apuntes. Several of his books are used as textbooks in seminaries and colleges and are translated into Portuguese, Korean, Chinese, German, Japanese, and Russian. He founded the Asociacion para la Educacion Teologica Hispana and the Hispanic Summer Program, which is sponsored by 38 seminaries and universities. He was also the first Executive Director of the Hispanic Theological Initiative, a program based at Princeton Theological Seminary. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

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