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Development of Christian doctrine; some historical prolegomena, by Jaroslav Pelikan.


New Haven, Yale University Press, 1969.
ISBN 0300010826, 9780300010824

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Subjects Dogma, Development of.
Dogmatik.
Dogme, Développement du.
Frühchristentum.
Description xiii, 149 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents I. The problem of doctrinal development -- The state of the problem -- Newman's criteria of authenticity -- Dewart's historical conclusions -- The interrelation between history and theology -- The role of historical study -- Historical theology -- The task of patristic research -- Doctrinal issues and patristic scholarship -- II. Doctrinal development in patristic theology -- Cyprian on original sin -- Augustine on Cyprian -- Cyprian on infant baptism -- The significance of Tertullian -- Eastern and western views -- Athanasius on Mary -- Controversy between east and west -- Development by extrapolation -- Devotion and dogma -- Specifying the subject -- Hilary on Filioque -- Development of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit -- The importance of Hilary -- Hesitancy about speculation -- Congruence of immanent and economic -- Trinitarian reciprocity.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00005179
(OCoLC)5179
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WorldCat Identities Pelikan, Jaroslav, 1923-2006.
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