Compendium of the History of Doctrines, Volume 1

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T. & T. Clark, 1850
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Contents

SIXTH SECTION
225
SECOND PERIOD
243
B SPECIAL HISTORY OF DOCTRINES DURING THE SECOND PERIOD
259
The some subject continued Further fluctuations until
269
b CHRISTOLOGY
291
Progress of the Controversy Theopaschitism
301
SECOND CLASS ECCLESIASTICAL DOCTRINES WHICH HAVE EITHER NO CONNECTION OR BUT A REMOTE ONE WITH THE HERESIE...
334
The idea of Religion and Revelation
335
Prolegomena 117 Apologetical Writings in defence of Christianity
337
Miracles and Prophecy
338
Sources of Religious Knowledge Bible and Tradition
340
The Canon
341
Inspiration and Interpretation 313
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
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
408
FROM JOHN DAMASCENUS TO THE AGE OF THE REFORMATION
415
Scientific Opposition made to Scholasticism
443
B SPECIAL HISTORY OF DOCTRINES DURING TIIE THIRD PERIOD
450
The Existence of God 171
471
of the World Theodicy
518

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Page 220 - And they shall bring all your brethren for an offering unto the Lord, out of all nations, upon horses, and in chariots, and in litters, and upon mules, and upon swift beasts, to my holy mountain Jerusalem, saith the Lord, as the children of Israel bring an offering in a clean vessel into the house of the Lord.
Page 389 - Si enim sacramenta quandam similitudinem earum rerum quarum sacramenta sunt, non haberent, omnino sacramenta non essent. Ex hac autem similitudine plerumque etiam ipsarum rerum nomina accipiunt. Sicut ergo secundum quendam modum sacramentum corporis Christi corpus Christi est, sacramentum sanguinis Christi sanguis Christi est, ita sacramentum fidei fides est.
Page 344 - See also Boet., Phil. Cons., lib. 1 1 1, pros, io : " Deum rerum omnium principem bonum esse commuais humanorum conceptio probat animorum ; nam cum nihil Deo melius excogitari queat, id quo melius nihil est bonum esse quis dubitet ? Ita vero bonum esse Deum ratio demonstrat, ut perfectum quoque in eo bonum esse convincat.
Page 465 - Si enim vel in solo intellectu est, potest cogitari esse et in re, quod maius est. Si ergo id quo maius cogitari non potest, est in solo intellectu: id ipsum quo maius cogitari non potest, est quo maius cogitari potest. Sed certe hoc esse non potest. Existit ergo procul dubio aliquid quo maius cogitari non valet, et in intellectu et in re.
Page 465 - Si ergo id quo majus cogitari non potest, est in solo intellectu, idipsum quo majus cogitari non potest, est quo majus cogitari potest : sed certe hoc esse non potest. Existit ergo procul dubio aliquid, quo majus cogitari non valet, et in intellectu et in re.
Page 382 - Amen, amen dico tibi, nisi quis renatus" fuerit ex aqua, et Spiritu sancto, non potest introire in regnum Dei.
Page 205 - Ait quidem dominus : Nolite illos prohibere ad me venire. Veniant ergo, dum adolescunt; veniant, dum discunt, dum quo veniant docentur; fiant Christiani, quum Christum nosse potuerint. Quid festinat innocens aetas ad remissionem peccatorum?
Page 490 - Besides this, there was the Procession of the Holy Ghost from both the Father and the Son, in which Charlemagne forced Leo III.
Page 404 - ... vinculo ei qui accepit obstrictus, quam nee in corpore vult oculus esse qui est digitus, cum membrum utrumque contineat totius corporis pacata compago. Sic itaque habebit donum alius alio minus, ut hoc quoque donum habeat, ne velit amplius.
Page 314 - ... in consequence of Adam's death or transgression ; nor does it rise from the dead in consequence of Christ's resurrection ; 5. Infants obtain eternal life, though they be not baptized ; 6. The law is as good a means of salvation (lex eic mittit ad regnnm cœlorum) as the gospel ; 7. There were some men, even before the appearance of Christ, who did not commit sin.

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