Christian Doctrine: Eight Lectures Delivered in the University of Cambridge to Undergraduates of All Faculties

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Cambridge University Press, 1976 - Religion - 200 pages
Christian Doctrine offers a clear re-statement of the fundamental beliefs of Christians. Dr Whale describes - and meets - the difficulties which the great Christian doctrines raise for us today, and makes clear how the Christian faith understands human history and the abiding issues of good and evil, life and death.
 

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Contents

PREFACE
7
THE LIVING GOD the Christian Doctrine of Creation
9
MAN AND HIS SIN the Christian Doctrine of the Fall
33
THE KINGDOM OF GOD the Christian Doctrine of History
52
CHRIST CRUCIFIED the Christian Doctrine of the Atonement
72
MYSTERIUM CHRISTI the Christian Doctrine of the Trinity and the Incarnation
96
LIFE IN THE SPIRIT the Christian Doctrine of the Church
122
THE MEANS OF GRACE the Christian Doctrine of the Word and the Sacraments
148
DEATH AND THE AGE TO COME the Christian Doctrine of the Last Things
168
BIBLIOGRAPHY
186
INDEX
189
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