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Introduction to dogmatic theology.

Edward Arthur Litton

Introduction to dogmatic theology.

by Edward Arthur Litton

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Published by J. Clarke in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church of England -- Doctrines.,
  • Theology, Doctrinal.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT65 .L55 1960
    The Physical Object
    Pagination608 p.
    Number of Pages608
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5833026M
    LC Control Number61028195
    OCLC/WorldCa385119

    The Christian faith: an introduction to dogmatic theology Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge [London] Australian/Harvard Citation. Moss, C. B. , The Christian faith: an introduction to dogmatic theology Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge [London] Wikipedia Citation. Introduction to Dogmatic Theology presents a rare examination of dogmatic theology from an Anglican perspective. Originally published in , Litton’s work holds to the essentials of evangelical faith, while drawing heavily from St. Augustine and the Reformers.

    INTRODUCTION TO DOGMATIC THEOLOGY EDITOR’S PREFACE AUTHOR’S PREFACE TO FIRST EDITION PRELIMINARY 1. The Province of Dogmatic Theology 2. The Literature of the Subject THE RULE OF FAITH 3. The Canon of Scripture 4. The Inspiration of Scripture 5. The Relation of the Old Testament to the New CHRISTIAN THEISM PART I: ONE GOD 6. Natural Theism. Full text of "An introduction to dogmatic theology: Based on Luthardt" See other formats.

    In this book, a revised, annotated, and expanded second edition of Théologie dogmatique, edited in the French by Olivier Clément and Michel Stavrou, readers encounter Lossky’s classroom lectures on dogmatic theology. Lossky confronts the great questions of theology: How can we know God? How is the Creator related to his creation? The doctrinal system here presented will be found to be closely connected with these preceding investigations; and this will explain the somewhat frequent references to them as parts of one whole. The Dogmatic History is the natural introduction to the Dogmatic Theology. The general type of doctrine is the Augustino-Calvinistic.


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