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Christian Theology

Author : Adam Clarke
ISBN : OSU:32435008685034
Genre : Theology, Doctrinal
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Category: Theology, Doctrinal

Teaching Christianity

Author : Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.)
ISBN : 156548049X
Genre : Religion
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In this series New City Press, in conjuction with the Augustinian Heritage Institute, will provide the complete works of Saint Augustine for the first time in the English language. New translations, introductions and notes by renowned Augustinian scholars.
Category: Religion

Christian Doctrine

Author : Shirley C. Guthrie
ISBN : 0664253687
Genre : Religion
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CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE has introduced thousands to the tenets of the Christian faith. This newly revised edition reflects changes in teh church and society and takes into account new works in Reformed theology, gender references in the Bible, racism, pluralism, ecological developments and liberation theologies.
Category: Religion

An Essay On The Development Of Christian Doctrine

Author : John Henry Newman
ISBN : OXFORD:590719591
Genre : Dogma, Development of
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The following pages were not in the first instance written to prove the divinity of the Catholic Religion, though ultimately they furnish a positive argument in its behalf, but to explain certain difficulties in its history, felt before now by the author himself, and commonly insisted on by Protestants in controversy, as serving to blunt the force of its prima facie and general claims on our recognition. However beautiful and promising that Religion is in theory, its history, we are told, is its best refutation; the inconsistencies, found age after age in its teaching, being as patent as the simultaneous contrarieties of religious opinion manifest in the High, Low, and Broad branches of the Church of England. In reply to this specious objection, it is maintained in this Essay that, granting that some large variations of teaching in its long course of 1800 years exist, nevertheless, these, on examination, will be found to arise from the nature of the case, and to proceed on a law, and with a harmony and a definite drift, and with an analogy to Scripture revelations, which, instead of telling to their disadvantage, actually constitute an argument in their favour, as witnessing to a superintending Providence and a great Design in the mode and in the circumstances of their occurrence."
Category: Dogma, Development of