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Historical theology : an introduction /

by Geoffrey W. Bromiley.

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Main Author: Bromiley, G. W.
Published: Grand Rapids : Eerdmans, c1978.
Topics: Theology, Doctrinal - History
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Pt. 1: Patristic theology -- Apostolic fathers and apologists -- Apostolic fathers -- Apologists -- Defenders of the faith -- Irenaeus -- Tertullian -- The Alexandrian way -- Clement -- Origen -- Early ecumenists -- Ignatius of Antioch -- Cyprian of Carthage -- Augustine of Hippo -- An incarnational theologian : Athanasius -- The problem : the fall of man -- The incarnate Word as answer : reconciliation -- The incarnate Word as answer : revelation -- The cross -- Observations -- Theologians of the Trinity -- Hilary -- Augustine -- Sermons and letters -- Word and sacrament in the writings of John Chrysostom -- Doctrine and ministry in Jerome -- Augustine again -- The Enchiridion -- The spirit and the letter -- Two Cyrils -- Cyril of Jerusalem : the catechetical lectures -- Cyril of Alexandria : the third dogmatic letter to Nestorius -- A Cappadocian and the Damascene -- A Cappadocian : Gregory of Nyssa -- The Damascene : John -- Pt. 2: Medieval and Reformation theology -- Conflicts at Corbie -- The Eucharistic controversy -- The predestinarian controversy -- Faith seeking understanding : Anselm of Canterbury -- Letter on the incarnation of the Word -- Proslogion -- Cur Deus homo? -- Original sin -- Two Peters -- Peter Abelard and the atonement -- Peter Lombard and the sacraments -- The angelic doctor-- Preliminary considerations -- The nature of theology -- The doctrine of God -- Sin, grace, and faith -- The reformers and the Word of God -- Luther -- Zwingli -- Bullinger -- Calvin -- New thinking on justification -- Luther -- Cranmer -- Calvin -- Law and gospel, covenant and election -- Melanchthon on law and gospel -- Luther on election -- Hofmann on the covenant -- Hubmaier on free will -- Dietrich Philips on the covenant -- Calvin on election -- The Reformation and the church -- The Augsburg confession -- Dietrich Philips -- Menno Simons -- Bullinger -- Calvin -- Baptism and Anabaptism -- Luther and baptism -- The Anabaptists and baptism -- Zwingli and baptism -- Calvin and infant baptism -- Eucharistic debates -- Medieval and Tridentine teaching -- Zwingli's position -- The teaching of Luther -- Calvin and the Eucharist -- Ridley and the Anglican view -- Part III: Modern Theology -- Reformed and Puritan : theology and covenant -- The setting -- Theology -- Covenant -- Lutheran and Reformed : Holy Scripture -- The background -- Lutheran : Quenstedt -- Reformed : Wollebius -- Reformed and Methodist : predestination and sanctification -- Predestination -- Sanctification -- Liberal pioneers -- Lessing -- Herder -- Religious a priori and positive revelation -- Kant and the moral a priori -- Schleiermacher and the emotional a priori -- Schlegel and positive revelation -- Incarnation and inspiration -- Incarnation -- Inspiration -- Two liberals -- Harnack -- Herrmann -- Barth and the Word of God -- Background -- Theology -- The Word of God -- The revelation of God : the triune God -- Holy Scripture -- Provisional comments -- Barth and the doctrine of God -- The knowledge of God -- The election of God -- Insights and problems -- Thielicke and the evangelical faith -- The evangelical faith -- Cartesian and non-Cartesian theology -- The work of the Holy Spirit -- Interim assessment.

Table of Contents for: Historical theology : an introduction