Literature of Theology: A Classified Bibliography of Theological and General Religious Literature (Google eBook)

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Hunt & Eaton, 1896 - Theology - 757 pages
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Contents

Prophecies in General
82
Exodus
83
Leviticus
84
7 Judges
85
Esther
86
Psalms
87
Proverbs
90
Ecclesiastes
91
Isaiah
92
Jeremiah and Lamenta tions
93
Ezekiel
94
Minor Prophets
95
APOCRYPHA 96 130
96
b Gospels
99
Epistles in General
100
Catholic Epistles entire
101
Mark
102
3 Luke
103
Acts
106
Romans
107
Corinthians
109
Philippians in 11 Colossians in 12 Thessalonians
112
Hebrews
113
James
114
Epistles of St John
115
Revelation
116
DIVISION III
118
b Bible Lands in General
119
By Countries
120
2 Sinai
121
1 Ephesus
122
Greece
124
4 Nineveh
125
1 Bashan
128
5 Jordan
129
7 Samaria
130
Apologetics Biblical
134
Assyriology
135
Authenticity of the Bible
136
to Authority of the Bible
137
B and Pagan Nations
138
Canon of Scripture
140
Chronology
141
Coincidences
143
Connection of Sacred and Pro fane History
144
Credibility of the Bible
145
Criticism of the Bible
146
Decalogue
149
Essenes
150
Flood
152
Geology
154
Harmonies
156
Hermeneutics
157
History of Versions
159
Hittites
160
Inspiration
161
Johannean Problem
162
Literary Characteristics and History of the Bible
163
S prayer
164
Messianic Prophecy
165
Miracles
166
Moabite Stone
167
Origin of the Bible
168
Pentateuch
170
Plagues
171
Prophecy
172
Proverbs Scripture
173
Quotations
174
Revision Bible
175
Sacrifices and Worship
176
Sermon on the Mount
177
Targums
178
Textual Criticism
179
Theology of the Bible
181
b Theology of the Old Tes tament 182
182
Theology of the New Tes tament
183
Typology
184
PART III
186
OLOGY
187
HISTORY OF CHRIS TIAN DOCTRINE
188
GENERAL CHURCH HISTORY
189
Ancient Period 1800 A D
192
b Apostolic Age 1100 A D
193
AnteNicene age 100325
195
PostNicene Age 325800
198
Modern Period 15171894
199
Reformation
200
b Reformers Lives of
201
By Subjects
203
Reformation by Countries
205
France
207
Germany
208
Italy
209
Spain
210
e The Counter Reformation
211
SPECIAL CHURCH HIS TORY DENOMINA TIONAL
212
Albigenses Waldenses and Vaudois
213
Baptists
214
Church of England and Col onies
216
Congregationalists
219
Coptic Church
221
Georgian Church
222
P reformed
223
Huguenots
224
Lollards
227
Moravians
231
Mormons
234
Nestorians
235
Protestant Episcopal Church
239
Quakers
241
Doctrines
243
Inquisition
245
f Temporal Power
246
g Vaticanism Ultramon tanism
247
h AntiRomanist Writings
248
Romanist Apologetics 2s1 k Popes Lives of
251
Shakers
252
Unitarianism
253
3a United Brethren in Christ
255
Vaudois
256
England and her Colonies
257
France
261
Germany Netherlands
262
Greece
263
Italy
265
Russia
266
Scandinavia
267
Spain
270
United States
271
COMPARATIVE RELI GION
275
African Religions
281
Buddhism
282
Chaldeaand Babylonia
283
Chinese Faiths
284
Egypt
285
Muhammadanism
287
Parsees
290
Serpent and Phallic Worship
291
MISSIONS
292
Ethnology of Missionary Lands
293
Mexico
311
Persia
313
Biographies of Missionaries Collective
316
b By Subjects
324
Biographies of Converts
325
Antiquities
326
Apologetics History of
327
Architecture
328
Arianism
329
Athanasian Creed
331
Bible Societies
332
Cathedrals
333
Celibacy of the Clergy
334
Christian Endeavor
335
Christianity and Warfare
336
Church and State
337
Civilization
339
Corruptions of Christianity
340
Creeds
342
Cross
343
Deaconesses
344
Deism
345
Dissent and Dissenters
346
Divorce
347
Druids
348
Epworth League
349
b The Wesleys
350
Whitefield and Followers
351
Other Leaders
352
e Leaders in the English Church
353
Fanaticism
354
Heresies
355
Image Worship
358
Liturgies
359
Manners and Customs
361
Miracle Plays and Mysteries
362
Monastic Orders
363
Montanism
364
Music Sacred
365
Nonconformity
366
Paganism in Christianity
367
Persecutions
371
Port Royalists
373
Prayer
374
Preachers and Preaching History
375
Preparation for Christianity
376
Protestantism
377
Quietism
379
Religion and Civil Liberty
380
Religion and Science
381
Revivals History of
382
Ritualism
383
Saints
384
Sensons Sacred
385
Secularism
386
Supernaturalism
387
Toleration
388
Tr ictarianism 38S 101 Tubingen School
390
Women in the Church
391
BIOGRAPHY
393
b Genealogy of Christ
398
PART IV
438
SPECIAL DOCTRINAL 31
453
Labor
457
Eschatology
481
Human Nature
499
Infidelity
500
Inspiration
501
Justification
503
Kingdom of God
504
Materialism
506
Millennium
507
Natural Theology
508
Nature and Naturalism
509
Br and Revelation
510
Oaths
511
Perfection Christian
512
Philosophy
513
Christianity
515
Philosophy of Religion
516
Prayer
517
Predestination
518
Prophecy
519
Punishment Future
520
Rationalism
521
Real Presence
522
Reasonableness of Christian ity
523
Regeneration
524
Religion and Science
525
Resurrection
526
Sabbath
528
Sacraments
529
Sacrifice
530
Science and Revelation
531
93 Sin
532
Skepticism
533
Slavery
534
Soul The
535
Supernatural ism
536
Theism
537
Theodicy
539
Will Freedom of
541
PART V
546
The Pastoral Office
548
Conduct of Public Worship
550
The Parish
551
Preparation and Delivery of Sermons
552
b Illustration and Anecdotes
555
Textuaries
557
Anthology and Miscellanea
558
e Sermons
559
SPECIAL SUBJECTS
579
Ceremonies
580
Consolation in Affliction
581
Death
582
Emblems
585
Family and Home Life
586
Heaven
587
Law Ecclesiastical
588
Life Higher Christian
590
Liturgies
591
Marriage
593
Pauperism and Crime
594
Penitence
595
Polity and Discipline
599
Practical Religion
601
Prayer Forms and Practical Treatment
605
Prayer Meeting The
607
Psalmody and Music
608
3a Religion and the State
609
Ritualism
610
Sunday School
612
Temperance
613
Thanksgiving
614
Woman
615
Young People and Children
616
Lamb of God 105
724
Lao Me morals of 284
733
Law William nonjuror 366 428 433
751
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