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English For Theology

Author : Sister Gabrielelle Kelly, Op
ISBN : 1920691154
Genre : Education
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"An upper-intermediate to advanced English language resource book for EFL teachers and Asia Pacific students of theology from language backgrounds other than English"--T.p.
Category: Education

The Oxford Handbook Of English Literature And Theology

Author : Andrew Hass
ISBN : 0199271976
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 89.24 MB
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A defining volume of essays in which leading international scholars apply an interdisciplinary approach to the long and evolving relationship between English Literature and Theology.
Category: Literary Criticism

Theological English An Advanced Esl Text For Students Of Theology

Author : Pierce Taylor Hibbs
ISBN : 1629956023
Genre : Religion
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Prepares non-native English speakers to study theology in English at an advanced level. Lessons cover the major theological genres and practical exercises develop reading, listening, speaking, and writing skills.
Category: Religion

Theology For Beginners

Author : Frank J. Sheed
ISBN : 0722074255
Genre : Religion
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In Theology For Beginners the late Frank Sheed conveys all his own excitement about theology, and shows us how to pass that excitement on to others. His book is now established throughout the English-speaking world as one of the outstanding modern introductions to theology for the layman.
Category: Religion

Scriptural Perspicuity In The Early English Reformation In Historical Theology

Author : Richard M. Edwards
ISBN : 0820470570
Genre : Religion
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A consistent, indigenous English doctrine of scriptural perspicuity correlates with a commitment to the availability of the vernacular scriptures in English and supports the English roots of the Early English Reformation (EER). Although political events and figures dominate the EER, its religious component springing from John Wyclif and streaming throughout the tradition must be recognized more widely. This book critically surveys the doctrine of scriptural perspicuity from the beginning of the Church in the first century (noted as early as John Chrysostom) through the seventeenth century, examining its impact on the current debates concerning competing hermeneutical systems, reader response hermeneutics, and the debates in conservative American Presbyterianism and Reformed theology on subscription to the Westminster Confession of Faith, the length of -creation days-, and other issues."
Category: Religion

The Cambridge Companion To Reformation Theology

Author : David Bagchi
ISBN : 0521776627
Genre : History
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The European Reformation of the sixteenth century was one of the most formative periods in the history of Christian thought and remains one of the most fascinating events in Western history. The Cambridge Companion to Reformation Theology provides a comprehensive guide to the theology and theologians of the Reformation period. Each of the eighteen chapters is written by a leading authority in the field and provides an up-to-date account and analysis of the thought associated with a particular figure or movement. There are chapters focusing on lesser reformers such as Martin Bucer, and on the Catholic and Radical Reformations, as well as the major Protestant reformers. A detailed bibliography and comprehensive index allows comparison of the treatment of specific themes by different figures. This authoritative and accessible guide will appeal to students of history and literature as well as specialist theologians.
Category: History

Theology At War And Peace

Author : Mark D. Chapman
ISBN : 9781317011118
Genre : Religion
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This book is the first detailed discussion of the impact of the First World War on English theology. Assessing the close relationships between English and German theologians before the First World War, Chapman then explores developments throughout the war. A series of case studies make use of a large amount of unpublished material, showing how some theologians sought to maintain relationships with their German colleagues, while others, especially from a more Anglo-Catholic perspective, used the war as an opportunity to distance themselves from the liberal theology which was beginning to dominate the universities before the war. The increasing animosity between Britain and Germany meant that relations were never healed. English theology became increasingly insular, dividing between a more home-grown variety of liberalism and an ascendant Anglo-Catholicism. Consequently, this book offers useful insights into the development of theology in the twentieth century and will be of keen interest to scholars and students of the history of theology.
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