Faith Seeking Understanding: Essays Theological and Critical

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Duke University Press, 1981 - Religion - 373 pages
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Contents

Faith and Reason in the Thought of St Augustine
3
Greek and Christian Views of Time
22
Humanism Secular and Christian
40
Theological Landmarks of the Wesleyan Revival
51
Salvation for AllJohn Wesley and Calvinism
63
A Study of Freedom and Grace in Response to Recent Interpretation
75
Barths Attack upon Cartesianism and the Future in Theology
103
Christology or Ecclesiology? A Critical Examination of the Christology
123
Biblical Election as Sacred History
198
Reconciliation Yesterday and Today
220
A Protestant Understanding of the Lords Supper
235
Considerations Basic to Revised Theological Method in Protestant
243
The Dilemma of Ecumenists
259
Vatican II the Third Session
287
A Protestant
306
Fifty Years of Theology at Duke
328

The Incarnationa Symbol of What? An Inquiry into the Christology
134
The Doctrine of God and Man in the Light of Barths Pneuma
156
Ecumenism and Some Currents of Theology Today
168
Worship as Acknowledgment
181
Notes
343
Index
367
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