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Catholic And Reformed

Author : Anthony Milton
ISBN : 0521893291
Genre : History
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Challenging account of religious controversy between Catholic and Protestant before the Civil War.

Catholic And Reformed

Author : Charles Yrigoyen
ISBN : 9780915138371
Genre : Religion
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The place of the Mercersburg Theology in American religious history has been widely recognized.... It is usually viewed as one of the unique movements in 19th century American Protestantism, principally because it challenged many of the prevailing theological ideas and practices of the time. Two surveys of American religious history have described it as a theologically and liturgically creative high church movement (Robert T. Handy) and as the most creative manifestation of the Catholic tendency (Sydney E. Ahlstrom) among 19th century American Protestants.

Evangelical Catholic And Reformed

Author : George Hunsinger
ISBN : 9780802865502
Genre : Religion
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Wide-ranging doctrinal expositions by an expert scholar of 20th-century theologian Karl Barth In this book prominent Barth scholar George Hunsinger presents fifteen essays on Karl Barth s understanding of Christian doctrine across a wide spectrum of topics, concluding with suggestions as to how Barth s theology might fruitfully be retrieved for the future. Hunsinger discusses Barth s views on such subjects as the Trinity, creation, natural theology, Christology, justification, and time and eternity. As he delves into Barth s theological substance, Hunsinger highlights ways in which Barth s work was Evangelical, Catholic, and Reformed, illuminating the ecumenical aspects of his thought. No other volume explains Barth s views on this range of topics with such scope, depth, and clarity.

Fifty Motives For Being A Reformed Catholic And For Not Being A Roman Catholic Suggested By The Duke Of Brunswick S Fifty Reasons For Being A Roman Catholic By A Member Of The Catholic And Apostolic Church Of England

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Protestant Catholic Conflict From The Reformation To The 21st Century

Author : John Wolffe
ISBN : 9781137289735
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Taking a fresh look at the roots and implications of the enduring major historic fissure in Western Christianity, this book presents new insights into the historical dynamics of Protestant-Catholic conflict while illuminating present-day contexts and suggesting comparisons for approaching other entrenched conflicts in which religion is implicated.

Catholic And Reformed

Author : Charles Yrigoyen Jr.
ISBN : 9781725241558
Genre : Religion
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The place of the Mercersburg Theology in American religious history has been widely recognized.... It is usually viewed as one of the unique movements in 19th century American Protestantism, principally because it challenged many of the prevailing theological ideas and practices of the time. Two surveys of American religious history have described it as a "theologically and liturgically creative high church movement" (Robert T. Handy) and as the "most creative manifestation of the Catholic tendency" (Sydney E. Ahlstrom) among 19th century American Protestants.

Dialogues On The Catholic And Protestant Rules Of Faith

Author : James SMITH (Controversialist.)
ISBN : BL:A0019969397
Genre : Protestant churches
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The Catholic Protestant Dialogue

Author : Jean Bosc
ISBN : UCAL:$B153197
Genre : Christian union
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The Good And The Bad In The Roman Catholic Church Is That Church To Be Destroyed Or Reformed? A Letter From Rome

Author : Henry Martyn Field
ISBN : BL:A0019569223
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Catholic And Reformed Traditions In International Law

Author : Paulo Emílio Vauthier Borges de Macedo
ISBN : 9783319594033
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This book compares the respective concepts of the law of nations put forward by the Spanish theologian Francisco Suárez and by the Dutch jurist Hugo Grotius. This comparison is based on the fact that both thinkers developed quite similar notions and were the first to depart from the Roman conception, which persisted throughout the entire Middle Ages and the early Renaissance. In Rome, jus gentium was a law that applied to foreigners within the Empire, and one which was often mistaken for Natural Law itself. These two features can be found even in the works of writers such as Francisco de Vitória and Alberico Gentili. In Suárez and Grotius, the law of nations is applicable to an extra-national domain and inarguably becomes positive law. Yet, it also contains an ethical element that prevents it from transforming into a mere reflection of state interests. This work argues that this resemblance is hardly a coincidence: Grotius has read Suárez, and that influence has modified the foundations of his early thoughts on jus gentium. This should not be taken to imply that the Dutch jurist wasn’t original: in both authors, the definition of the law of nations pursues his own internal logic. Nevertheless, Suárez’s oeuvre allowed Grotius to solve a fundamental problem touched on in his early writings that had remained unanswered. Accordingly, his oeuvre promises to clarify one of the most significant moments in the History of International Law.

Justification By Faith In Catholic Protestant Dialogue

Author : Anthony N. S. Lane
ISBN : 9780567392480
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In this assessment of the recent Catholic-Protestant dialogue concerning the doctrine of justification, Anthony Lane begins by discussing traditional Protestant doctrine with close reference to Calvin, and traditional Catholic doctrine with close reference to the Council of Trent. He goes on to examine eight key documents, from Hans Kung's Justification (1957) to the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification (1999). Fifteen key theological issues are then explored. These include the status of theological language used by Catholics and Evangelicals, the definition of justification, the grounds on which a person is accounted righteous, the question of sin remaining in the Christian, whether faith alone can save, the relationship between law and gospel, the question of merit and reward, the assurance of salvation and finally, a discussion on the Roman Magisterium and current Evangelical responses to recent changes in Catholic theology. In conclusion, Anthony Lane discusses the extent to which any agreement or convergence of thinking has been achieved, and its future significance.

History Of The Reformation In Scotland

Author : John Knox
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Roman But Not Catholic

Author : Jerry L. Walls
ISBN : 9781493411740
Genre : Religion
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This book offers a clearly written, informative, and fair critique of Roman Catholicism in defense of the catholic faith. Two leading evangelical thinkers in church history and philosophy summarize the major points of contention between Protestants and Catholics, honestly acknowledging real differences while conveying mutual respect and charity. The authors address key historical, theological, and philosophical issues as they consider what remains at stake five hundred years after the Reformation. They also present a hopeful way forward for future ecumenical relations, showing how Protestants and Catholics can participate in a common witness to the world.

The Protestantism Of The Reformed And Catholic Church In England A Lecture Etc

Author : Arthur GALTON
ISBN : OCLC:558825337
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The Reformation

Author : Diarmaid MacCulloch
ISBN : 9781101563953
Genre : History
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The Reformation and Counter-Reformation represented the greatest upheaval in Western society since the collapse of the Roman Empire a millennium before. The consequences of those shattering events are still felt today—from the stark divisions between (and within) Catholic and Protestant countries to the Protestant ideology that governs America, the world’s only remaining superpower. In this masterful history, Diarmaid MacCulloch conveys the drama, complexity, and continuing relevance of these events. He offers vivid portraits of the most significant individuals—Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, Loyola, Henry VIII, and a number of popes—but also conveys why their ideas were so powerful and how the Reformation affected everyday lives. The result is a landmark book that will be the standard work on the Reformation for years to come. The narrative verve of The Reformation as well as its provocative analysis of American culture’s debt to the period will ensure the book’s wide appeal among history readers.

Protestant And Catholic

Author : Kenneth Wilson Underwood
ISBN : UOM:39015002649831
Genre : Holyoke (Mass.)
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A study of urban culture as exemplified by the New England industrial town of Holyoke, Mass., pointing out the influence of religious convictions on social behavior.

The Unfinished Reformation

Author : Gregg Allison
ISBN : 9780310527947
Genre : Religion
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Five hundred years ago, a Catholic monk nailed a list of grievances on the door of a church in Germany and launched a revolution in the history of Christianity. Today there continues to be a number of unresolved issues between the Protestant and Catholic churches, and many experience this ongoing division within their family and among friends and neighbors.Written in an accessible and informative style, Gregg Allison and Chris Castaldo provide a brief and clear guide to the key points of unity and divergence between Protestants and Catholics today. They write to encourage fruitful conversation about the key theological and sociological differences between the two largest branches of Christianity.From the revolutionary events 500 years ago that sparked the Reformation to today, Unfinished Reformation takes a nuanced and thoughtful look at doctrine, practice, and how Protestants and Catholics can have fruitful discussions about the gospel of Jesus Christ.

A Defence Of Catholic Principles In A Letter To A Protestant Clergyman

Author : Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin
ISBN : COLUMBIA:50177351
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Heroes Of The Catholic Reformation

Author : Joseph Pearce
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Catholic And Protestant Translations Of The Imitatio Christi 1425 1650

Author : Maximilian von Habsburg
ISBN : 9781317169307
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The Imitatio Christi is considered one of the classic texts of Western spirituality. There were 800 manuscript copies and more than 740 different printed editions of the Imitatio between its composition in the fifteenth century and 1650. During the Reformation period, the book retained its popularity with both Protestants and Catholics; with the exception of the Bible it was the most frequently printed book of the sixteenth century. In this pioneering study, the remarkable longevity of the Imitatio across geographical, chronological, linguistic and confessional boundaries is explored. Rather than attributing this enduring popularity to any particular quality of universality, this study suggests that its key virtue was its appropriation by different interest groups. That such an apparently Catholic and monastic work could be adopted and adapted by both Protestant reformers and Catholic activists (including the Jesuits) poses intriguing questions about our understanding of Reformation and Counter Reformation theology and confessional politics. This study focuses on the editions of the Imitatio printed in English, French, German and Latin between the 1470s and 1650. It offers an ambitious and comprehensive survey of the process of translation and its impact and contribution to religious culture. In so doing it offers a fresh analysis of spirituality and devotion within their proper late medieval and early modern contexts. It also demonstrates that spirituality was not a peripheral dimension of religion, but remains at the very heart of both Catholic and Protestant self-perception and identity.

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