Compendium of the History of Doctrines, Tom 1

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T. & T. Clark, 1850
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Importance of the History of Doctrines
12
Scientific Treatment of the History of Doctrines
13
Arrangement
14
a Public sources 19
19
Private sources
21
Indirect sources
25
FIRST PERIOD FROM THE APOSTOLIC AGE TO THE DEATH OF ORIGEN OR FROM THE YEAR 80254
32
The Apostles
35
Civilization of the Age and Philosophy
38
Rule of Faith The Apostles Creed
40
The general Dogmatic Character of this Period
54
B SPECIAL HISTORY OF DOCTRINES DURING THE FIRST PERIOD
65
SECOND SECTION
94
Doctrine of the Trinity
128
Monarchianism and Subordination
129
Doctrine of the Creation of the World
133
Providence and Government of the World
136
Angelology and Demonology
139
The Angels
140
41
144
The same subject continued
147
THIRD SECTION ANTHROPOLOGY 53 Introduction
151
Division of Man and Practical Psychology
152
Origin of the Soul
154
The Image of God
156
Liberty and Immortality a Liberty
159
b Immortality
162
On Sin the Fall of the First Man and its consequences
164
On the Doctrine of Sin in general
166
Interpretation of the Narrative of the Fall
168
State of Innocence and Fall
169
The Effects of the Fall
171
FOURTH SECTION CHRISTOLOGY AND SOT ERIOLOGY 64 On Christology in general
176
Further Developement of this Doctrine
181
The Sinlessness of Christ
186
On Redemption and Atonement
188
Descensus ad Inferos
195
The Economy of Redemption
196
FIFTH SECTION THE CHURCH AND HER MEANS OF GRACE 71 The Church
202
Baptism
207
The Lords Supper
214
SIXTH SECTION
225
SECOND PERIOD
243
B SPECIAL HISTORY OF DOCTRINES DURING THE SECOND PERIOD
259
The same subject continued The Theories of Sabellius and Page Paul of Samosata
262
The same subject continued Arianism
265
b CHRISTOLOGY
291
The True Humanity of Christ Traces of Docetism Arianism 291 99 The Doctrine of Apollinaris
293
The Doctrine of Nestorius
295
EutychianMonophysite Controversy
298
Progress of the Controversy Theopaschitism
301
Various Features of the Monophysite Doctrine Aphthardo cetæ Phthartolatri Agnætæ
303
The Doctrine of Two Wills in Christ Monothelites
304
Practicoreligious importance of Christology during this period
307
On the Doctrine of Sin in general
312
Consequences of the first Sin and freedom of the Will ac cording to the Theologians of the Greek Church
315
The Opinions of the Western Theologians previous to the time of Augustine and of Augustine himself previous to 9
317
The Pelagian Controversy
319
First Point of Controversy Sin Original Sin and its con sequences
322
Liberty and Grace
325
Predestination
327
Semipelagianism and the later Fathers of the Church
329
The idea of Religion and Revelation
335
Prolegomena 117 Apologetical Writings in defence of Christianity
337
Miracles and Prophecy 358
338
Sources of Religious Knowledge Bible and Tradition
340
The Canon
341
Inspiration and Interpretation
343
Tradition and the Continuance of Inspiration
348
The Doctrine concerning God 123 The Existence of God
349
The Nature of God
353
The Unity of God
356
The Attributes of God
357
Creation 339
359
The relation of the Doctrine of Creation to the Doctrine of the Trinity
361
Theodicy
364
Angelology and Angelolatry
366
The same subject continued
370
Devil and Demons
371
Soteriology 134 Redemption through Christ
375
The Church and Her Means of Grace 135 The Doctrine of the Church
382
The Sacraments
385
Baptism
386
The Lords Supper
393
The Doctrine of the Last Things 139 Millennarianism The Kingdom of Christ
398
The Resurrection of the Body
400
General Judgment Conflagration of the World Purga tory
405
The State of the Blessed and the Damned
411
FROM JOHN DAMASCENUS TO THE AGE OF THE REFORMATION
415
B SPECIAL HISTORY OF DOCTRINES DURING THIE THIRD PERIOD
450
INCLUSIVE OF COSMOLOGY ANGELOLOGY DEMONOLOGY ETC
471

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