Salvation in history

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Harper & Row, 1967 - History (Theology) - 352 pages
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Contents

Abbreviations
9
Translators Preface
17
Attitudes to Salvation History and Eschatology in Con
28
The Genesis of the SalvationHistorical Approach
84
Development within the Context of the Biblical Period
122
Phenomenological Characteristics
136
The Main New Testament Types
186
The Extension of the Intermediate
236
A Survey of Systematic Theology and the History
292
Salvation History as a Norm for Present Happening
304
Salvation History and Worship
313
Salvation History Faith and Exegesis
319
Salvation History and Ethics
328
Biblical References
339
Subjects
347
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