History of the development of the doctrine of the person of Christ

by Isaak August Dorner

Publisher: T. & T. Clark in Edinburgh

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Statementby J.A. Dorner. Division first, first four centuries
SeriesClark"s foreign theological library -- Third series, v. 11, 14
The Physical Object
Paginationv. 1-2
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THE DOCTRINE OF JESUS CHRIST. A. THE PERSON OF CHRIST. meantime the natural development of Jesus and His refusal to set up an earthly kingdom have made the miraculous events of thirty years ago seem to Mary like a wonderful dream; so only gradually the marvelous tale of the mother of the Lord found its way into the Gospel tradition and the. Next, when we consider the two doctrines more distinctly,—the doctrine that between death and judgment there is a time or state of punishment; and the doctrine that all men, naturally propagated from fallen Adam, are in consequence born destitute of original righteousness, we find, on the one hand, several, such as Tertullian, St. Perpetua.   In The Spirit of Eastern Christendom, Jaroslav Pelikan explains the divisions between Eastern and Western Christendom, and identifies and describes the development of the distinctive forms taken by Christian doctrine in its Greek, Syriac, and early Slavic expression. "It is a pleasure to salute this masterpiece of expositionBrand: University of Chicago Press. Jesus - Jesus - The dogma of Christ in the ancient councils: The main lines of orthodox Christian teaching about the person of Christ were set by the New Testament and the ancient creeds. But what was present there in a germinal form became a clear statement of Christian doctrine when it was formulated as dogma. In one way or another, the first four ecumenical councils were all .

The line that separated Eastern Christendom from Western on the medieval map is similar to the "iron curtain" of recent times. Linguistic barriers, political divisions, and liturgical differences combined to isolate the two cultures from each other. Except for such episodes as the schism between East and West or the Crusades, the development of non-Western Christendom has 5/5(3).   Today’s post looks at theology based on the person and work of Jesus Christ. While this post is a brief summary, I hope that this post can be a starting point when looking at the doctrines of trinitarianism and soteriology. Jesus Christ. Article #4. We believe that Jesus Christ is God incarnate, fully God and fully man, one Person in two natures. A HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY GOD. HAS SPOKEN “A remarkably learned, wise, and substantial study of the history of Christian doctrine. This. is a book that will stand the test of time—in the best tradition of Newman, Harnack, and Pelikan.” TIMOTHY GEORGE, founding dean, Beeson Divinity School of SamfordFile Size: KB. The Emergence of the Catholic Tradition is the first of three volumes. Vol. one covers - It deals with A History of the development of Doctrine. It deals with the changing and development of the doctrine of the early church. Written on a scholar level with documentation in the side margins make it an insteresting book/5(31).

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Excerpt from History of the Development of the Doctrine of the Person of Christ, Vol. 1 The Greek Church, seeking after wisdom, regarded Christ as the manifestation of the truth: in its eyes, He was the personal embodiment of wisdom, which, being free from falsity and error, is also free from sin.3/5(2).

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3 Vols, ISBN X, ISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in the USSeller Rating: % positive. SECOND PERIOD. FROM THE YEAR UNTIL |jjHE Church had now to undertake the task of grasping and comprehending in living unity the two aspects of the personality of Christ, each of which separately had been as fully as possible brought to view and established during the course of the previous development of the doctrine:—and it set vigorously to work.

Their significance for the history of dogma: V: THE ANTI-GNOSTIC FATHERS: 1. The anti-Gnostic Fathers; Biographical: 2. Their doctrines of God, Man, and the history of redemption: 3. Their doctrine of the Person and work of Christ: 4. Their doctrines of Salvation, the Church, and the last things: VI: THE ALEXANDRIAN Author: Louis Berkhof.

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DOCTRINE OF THE PERSON OF CHRIST IN THE NEW TESTAMENT. By WILLIAM H. WALKER, South Haven, Mich. PROFESSOR SALMOND, writing in the Critical Review' of the appearance of Gore's Bampton lectures foron The Incar- nation of the Son of God, said: " It is a book of note, both for its.

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To further this purpose, it dis-cusses some events thematically rather than in strict chronological File Size: 1MB. Nineteenth century Lutheran Church leader Isaak August Dorner traced the roots of doctrine in a way never seen before. In his major works, History of the Development of the Doctrine of the Person of Christ and A System of Christian Doctrine, Dorner presents historical evidence and philosophical proofs for Christian doctrine as they were understood in his time.

Christianity is the most widely practiced religion in the world, with more than 2 billion followers. The Christian faith centers on beliefs regarding the birth, life, death and resurrection of. In this five-volume opus—now available in its entirety in paperback—Pelikan traces the development of Christian doctrine from the first century to the twentieth.

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Journeying through the ages, the Church sees and learns new things, always growing deeper in her understanding of the Faith. The Development of Doctrine In his address at the Church Teaches Forum, Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz reflected on the important theological aspect of doctrine called the.

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The Doctrine and Covenants was first published in as a later version of the Book of Commandments, which had been partially printed in This earlier book contained 65 early revelations to church leaders, including Joseph Smith and Oliver many copies of the book could be printed, the printing press and most of the printed copies were destroyed by.

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"A magnificent history of doctrine."—New York Review of Books "In this volume Jaroslav Pelikan continues the splendid work he has done thus far in his projected five-volume history of the development of Christian doctrine, defined as 'what the Church believes, teaches, and confesses on the basis of the word of God.'5/5(1).Intended for non-specialists, this book introduces readers to the history of Christian theology and is uniquely organized around a Trinitarian framework designed to present a more holistic account of the development of Christian doctrine.