Brief outline on the study of theology Translated, with introductions and notes, by Terrence N. Tice.


Richmond, John Knox Press [1966] .

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Subjects Theology -- Methodology.
TheĢologie.
Description 132 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes "Bibliographical note": pages 127-128.
Contents III. Historical knowledge of the present condition of Christianity introduction: the two main aspects (195) -- dogmatic theology. The nature and tasks of Church dogmatics (196-202) -- orthodox and heterodox (203-208) -- verification (the ecclesial character of dogmatics) (209-212) -- mode of exposition (the scientific character of dogmatics) (213-217) -- general requirements (218-222) -- Christian ethics (223-231) -- Church statistics. The nature and tasks of Church statistics (232-241) -- general requirements (242-248) -- "symbolics" and "Biblical dogmatics" (249-250) -- concluding remarks on historical theology (251-256) -- Part Three: On practical theology -- introduction -- the nature and tasks of practical theology (257-266) -- its organization. The clergy and the laity (267-270) -- Church government and service to the congregation (271-276) -- I. Principles of Church service. Basic distinctions (277-279) -- communication and worship in the congregation (280-289) -- pastoral work. Responsibilities of the Christian leader (290) -- catechetics (291-295) -- calling and conversion (296-297) -- missions (298) -- pastoral care (299-302) -- regulative activity (303-306) -- epilogue: the Church's ministry and its ministers (307-308) -- II. Principles of Church government. Evangelical polity (309-341) -- The authoritative element: ecclesial authority. Relation to the functions of Church service (315-321) -- doctrine and unity (322-323) -- Church and state (324-326) -- Inter-Church relations (327) -- The free, discretionary element. The present situation and the ideal (328-329) -- Academic theologians and writers (330-334) -- concluding remarks on practical theology
Introduction. The nature of Christian theology (1-8) -- Church leadership and the scientific spirit (9-13) -- basic aims for theological education (14-20) -- on understanding the place of Christianity in human history (24-31) -- Part One: On Philosophical theology -- introduction -- the nature and tasks of philosophical theology (32-42) -- Basic principles for apologetics ( 43-53) -- basic principles for polemics ( 54-62) -- concluding remarks on philosophical theology (63-68) -- Part Two: On historical theology -- introduction -- the use of historical method in theological study (69-80) -- the three divisions of historical theology (81-85) -- its organization and its use of auxiliary studies (86-102) -- I. Exegetical theology -- the canon (103-109) -- higher and lower criticism (110-124) -- original language (125-131) -- hermeneutics (132-139) -- New Testament background (140-144) -- general requirements (145-148) -- II. Church history -- introduction: on viewing Christianity historically (149-159) -- the organization of Church history basic procedures (160-165) -- Two aspects: the church's life and its doctrine (166-167) -- the church's life -- Morality and worship (168-173) -- ethics and polity (174-176) -- the church's doctrine (177-183) -- general requirements (184-194)
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WorldCat Identities Schleiermacher, Friedrich, 1768-1834.
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