A history of Christian doctrines, tr. with additions, Volym 1

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1880
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Auxiliary Sciences
15
Scientific and Ethical Importance of the History of Doctrines
16
Treatment of the History of Doctrines
19
Arrangement
21
Division into Periods
23
Sources of the History of Doctrinesa Public Sources
27
6 Private Sources
35
c Indirect Sources
36
Works on the History of Doctrines 13 15 16 17 20 22
39
27
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36
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FIRST PERIOD FROM THE APOSTOLIC AGE TO THE DEATH OF ORIGEN OR FROM THE YEAR 70 TO THE YEAR 254
49
Christ and Christianity
50
The Apostles
54
Culture of the Age and Philosophy
59
Rule of FaithThe Apostles Creed
61
Heresies
64
Judaism and Ethnicism
66
Montanism and Monarchianism
74
Ebionites and Cerinthus Docetæ and Gnostics 49
76
The Catholic Doctrine
77
The Theology of the Fathers
78
53
84
58
88
The General Doctrinal Character of this period
95
B SPECIAL HISTORY OF DOCTRINES DURING THE FIRST PERIOD FIRST DIVISION APOLOGETICODOGMATIC PROLEGOMENA TRUTH...
97
Mode of Proof
100
61
102
Sources of Knowledge
108
Canon of the Sacred Scriptures
109
63
113
Inspiration and Efficacy of the Scriptures
114
66
118
Biblical Interpretation
123
Tradition
127
SECOND DIVISION THEOLOGY THE DOCTRINE CONCERNING GOD INCLUDING THE DOCTRINE OF THE CREATION AND GOVERNME...
133
The Unity of God
138
Whether God can be named and known
140
Idealism and AnthropomorphismCorporeity of God
144
The Attributes of God
149
The Doctrine of the Logosa Before the Christian Era and in other Systems
153
6 The Christian Doctrine of the Logos in the Writings of John
158
c The Theologumenon of the Church concerning the Logos to the Times of Origen
160
d Origens Doctrine of the Logos
168
The Holy Ghost
171
The Triad
176
Monarchianism and Subordination
178
Doctrine of the Creation
183
Providence and Government of the World
189
Freedom and Immortalitya Liberty
217
6 Immortality
221
Sin the Fall and its Consequences
223
The Doctrine of Sin in general
225
Interpretation of the Narrative of the Fall
226
State of Innocence and Fall
229
The Effects of the Fall
231
FOURTH DIVISION CHRISTOLOGY AND SOTERIOLOGY 64 Christology in general
237
The Godman
239
Further Development of this Doctrine
243
The Sinlessness of Jesus
250
Redemption and AtonementThe Death of Jesus
252
Descensus ad Inferos
262
The Economy of Redemption
264
FIFTH DIVISION THE CHURCH AND ITS MEANS OF GRACE 71 The Church
271
Baptism
277
The Lords Supper
286
Idea of the Sacrament
297
SIXTH DIVISION THE LAST THINGS ESCHATOLOGY 75 The Second Advent of ChristMillenarianismChiliasm
300
The Resurrection
306
The Last Judgment Hades Purgatory Conflagration of the World
312
State of the Blessed and the Condemned Restitution of all Things
316
FROM THE DEATH OF ORIGEN TO JOHN DAMASCENE FROM
323
The Eastern Church from the Fourth to the Sixth CenturyThe
339
The Consubstantiality of the Son with the FatherSabellius
348
The Hypostatical Relation and Homoousia of the SonThe Nicene
355
Godhead of the Holy Spirit
366
Procession of the Holy Spirit
371
Final Statement of the Doctrine of the Trinity
374
Tritheism Tetratheism
379
Symbolum Quicumque
381
B CHRISTOLOGY 98 The True Humanity of ChristTraces of DocetismArianism
383
The Doctrine of Apollinaris
386
Nestorianism
389
EutychianMonophysite Controversy
393
Progress of the ControversyTheopaschites
396
Various Modifications of the Monophysite DoctrineAphtharto docetæ Phthartolatri Agnoëtæ
398
The Doctrine of Two Wills in ChristMonothelites
400
Practical and Religious Significance of Christology during this Period
402
SECOND DIVISION ANTHROPOLOGICAL DEFINITIONS 106 On Man in general
404
On the Doctrine of Sin in general
411
Consequences of the First Sin and Freedom of the Will according to the Teachers of the Greek Church
413
The Opinions of the Latin Teachers before Augustine and of Augustine before the Pelagian Controversy
416
The Pelagian Controversy
418
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First Point of ControversySinOriginal Sin and its Conse quences
422
Second Point of ControversyLiberty and Grace
426
Third Point of ControversyPredestination
429
SemiPelagianism and the later Teachers of the Church
432

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Sida 382 - Trinitatem in unitate veneremur; neque confundentes personas, neque substantiam separantes; alia est enim persona Patris, alia Filii, alia Spiritus Sancti; sed Patris, et Filii, et Spiritus Sancti una est divinitas, aequalis gloria, coaeterna majestas.
Sida 104 - Viderint qui Stoicum, et Platonicum, et Dialecticum Christianismum protulerunt. Nobis curiositate opus non est, post Christum Jesum, nee inquisitione, post evangelium.
Sida 397 - Nam sicut anima rationalis et caro unus est homo, ita Deus et homo unus est Christus.
Sida 320 - Aliud est ad veniam stare, aliud ad gloriam pervenire, aliud missum in carcerem non exire inde, donee solvat...
Sida 296 - Seipsum primus obtulit, et hoc fieri in sui commemorationem praecepit, utique ille sacerdos vice Christi vere fungitur, qui id quod Christus fecit, imitatur ; et sacrificium verum et plenum tune offert in ecclesia Deo Patri, si sic incipiat offerre, secundum quod Ipsum Christum videat obtulisse.
Sida 382 - Et in hac Trinitate nihil prius aut posterius, nihil majus aut minus, sed totae tres personae coaeternae sibi sunt et coaequales.
Sida 178 - Ecclesia proprie et principaliter ipse est Spiritus in quo est trinitas unius divinitatis Pater et Filius et Spiritus Sanetus. Illam Ecclesiam congregat, quam Dominus in tribus posuit.
Sida 430 - Rom. ix. 20, and adducing examples from sacred history. Even in this life worldly goods, health, beauty, physical and intellectual powers, are distributed unequally, and not always in accordance with human views of merit, ibid.
Sida 166 - Hunc missum a patre in virginem et ex ea natum, hominem et Deum, filium hominis et filium Dei, et cognominatum Jesum Christum...

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