3 edition of early Christian doctrine of God found in the catalog.
early Christian doctrine of God
Robert McQueen Grant
Bibliography: p. -132.
|Statement||[by] Robert M. Grant.|
|Series||Richard lectures,, 1965-66, Richard lectures ;, 1965-66.|
|LC Classifications||BT98 .G68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 141 p.|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||66022845|
The doctrine of Man in the east: Eastern views of the work of Christ: VIII. The Christian community. The beginnings of ecclesiology: Early views of the sacraments: Developments in the doctine of the Church: Baptism in the third century: Progress in Eucharistic doctrine: The penitential discipline: Part 3. From Nicaea to Chalcedon. IX. The Cited by: This book surveys the history of Christian doctrine from approximately A.D. to It generally follows chronological order and identifies the most significant events in church history, but the emphasis is on tracing doctrinal developments. To further this purpose, it dis-cusses some events thematically rather than in strict chronological File Size: 1MB.
This early creed, as recorded in the Book of Acts, is not the only statement of faith developed by early believers. As the Apostolic age came to a close and the words of scripture were recorded for eternity, subsequent believers and church leaders formed their own doctrinal statements in order to clarify and define the truth of the Biblical. Celsus points out the obvious influence of greek myth and writings in the construction of the christian myth, and pokes fun at what he thinks of as greek myths being misinterpreted by christians as literal occurences. The following quotes are taken from Celsus On the True Doctrine, translated by R. Joseph Hoffman, Oxford University Press,
OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Prolegomena. The background ; Tradition and scripture ; The holy scriptures --The pre-nicene divine triad ; Third-century Trinitarianism ; The beginnings of Christology ; Man and his redemption ; The Christian community --From Nicaea to nicene crisis ; The doctrine of the trinity ; Fourth-century. The most important, however, was the book which came to be known as "The Doway Catechism", "An Abridgement of Christian Doctrine with proofs of Scripture for points controverted. Catechistically explained by way of question and answer", printed at Douai, 1st .
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Robert M. Grant"This book is a clear, precise and up-to-date account of the early history of Christian doctrine. It is invaluable for an understanding of the formative period when the main lines of Christian dogma were laid down; and it presents a balanced picture of the early controversies in the light of modern scholorships."--Cited by: The Early Christian Doctrine of God (Richard Lectures) Hardcover – Octo by Robert M.
Grant (Author)Cited by: 5. Early Christian Doctrine is a clear, precise and up-to-date account of the early history of Christian doctrine. It is invaluable for an understanding of the formative period when the main lines of Christian dogma were laid down; and it presents a balanced picture of the early controversies in the light of modern scholarship.5/5(1).
Early Christian Doctrines is authored by J. Kelly. Kelly is Principal of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, England and is recognized internationally as an authority on Patristic theology. Kelly has published several articles, books and commentaries on Christian theology and is also an ordained minister of the Anglican Church.
Magisterial book by the great Early Church scholar, theologian, and Anglican priest J.N.D Kelly, describing the development of doctrine in Early Christianity dating from the influences coming from the Greek and Jewish worlds through the Council of Chalcedon in the mid-5th Century/5().
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grant, Robert McQueen, Early Christian doctrine of God. Charlottesville, University Press of Virginia . Books shelved as christian-doctrine: Chosen By God: Know God's Perfect Plan for His Glory and His Children by R.C.
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All of Christian theology centers on the doctrine of the Triune God. There is no doctrine more important because every other doctrine makes sense only in relation to the doctrine of God.
There is also no doctrine more easily misunderstood. Controversies swirled around the doctrine of God in the early church as Christians attempted to understand how Scripture could simultaneously teach that there is only one God Author: Keith Mathison. Early Christian doctrine held that God was the author of two texts, the Book of God, or The Bible, and The Book of Nature.
The two were co-extensive: given the right interpretative tools, one could read the eternal verities of God's design from Nature back to the Bible, and vice versa.
Following a trend of proselytization in the Judaism of that period Christianity was from its beginnings expansionist. Its early missionaries (the most notable of whom was St.
Paul, who was also responsible for the formulation of elements of Christian doctrine) spread its teachings in Asia Minor, Alexandria, Greece, and Rome. The Trinity is grounded upon God's historical self-revelation in Jesus Christ. It is presented in this work as teaching which is implicit in the New Testament revelation and in the worship of the.
The doctrine of God, or theology proper, explores who God is and how we can attempt to know Him. It focuses on God’s attributes and His interactions with His. The TetragrammatonYHWH, the name of God written in Hebrew, old church of Ragunda, Sweden. In Christian theology the name of God has always had much deeper meaning and significance than being just a label or designator.
It is not a human invention, but has divine origin and is. ' The last person I want to quote regarding what the average early Christian believed, is the very champion of the doctrine of "Eternal Torment" himself--Saint Augustine.
He stands right next to Emperor Constantine as a key figure leading the church away from the. The Knowledge of the Holy: The Attributes of God: Their Meaning in the Christian Life by A.W.
Tozer – This little book packs a serious punch. A.W. Tozer explores the different attributes of God and consistently invites the reader to bow down before the greatness of God. Christianity - Christianity - Christian doctrine: Indirectly or directly, Jesus and his Apostles left their principal—though perhaps not their only—records in the writings of the New Testament, the canonical texts that form the second part of the Christian Bible, which also includes the Hebrew Scriptures, or (in the Christian view) the Old Testament.
This is an "early" Christian doctrine text, and covers the major aspects of Christian thinking (nature of God, Christology, Grace vs. Works in man's salvation, the Sacraments) from the first into the fifth centuries. If you're a Christian, or interested in the development of early Christianity, this should be a required text for your library/5(49).
A history of the doctrines of the Early Church, this text describes the development of the principal Christian doctrines from the close of the first century to the middle of the fifth, from the end of the apostolic age to the Council of Chalcedon.
Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of /5(50). The Early Christian Doctrine of God by Robert M. Grant,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
First published inThe Search for the Christian Doctrine of God is still considered by many scholars to be the finest work on the Arian Controversy.5/5(1). Along with others you'll find here, I recommend: Bruce Shelley, Church History in Plain Language (4th ed), Thomas Nelson. It delivers the goods without making you learn an entirely new vocabulary.
Good place to start if you're not looking to go a.