- Häftad (Paperback)
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- OUP Oxford
- Maunder, Chris
- 215 x 138 x 30 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 680 g
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The Early Christian Fathers
There is a wide and growing appreciation of the value and relevance of the writings of the Fathers of the early Church. The authors represented in the volume are the principal writers of the Church in the Roman Empire from the period immediately a...
The Later Christian Fathers
The century and a quarter following the Council of Nicaea (AD 325) has been called the `Golden Age of Patristic literature'. It is this period that Bettenson covers in this companion volume to The Early Christian Fathers. It looks at the central c...
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Diarmaid Macculloch Some documents have over generations been recognised as key to understanding Christian history; those will be found in this collection, as they have been since long ago Henry Bettenson first conceived of the project. Now they are helpfully enriched with sources which might have astonished Bettenson, but which testify to the extraordinary variety of the communities which call themselves Christian.
Annika Hvithamar, University of Copenhagen Great overview of both history of Christianity and contemporary issues.
Lee Gatiss, Churchman This is a new and improved version of a popular and accessible old classic ... which brings together some of the most significant documents and texts in church history. ... the updated Bettenson and Maunder remains a very useful repository of a broad range of standard texts from across the centuries.
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I: THE EARLY CHURCH (TO THE COUNCIL OF CHALCEDON, 451); 1. The Church and the World; 2. Creeds; 3. The Earliest Testimony to the Gospels; 4. The Person and Work of Christ; 5. The Problem of the Relation of the Divinity and the Humanity in Christ; 6. Pelagianism. Human Nature, Sin, and Grace; 7. The Church, the Ministry, and the Sacraments; 8. The Authority of the Holy See; 9. Doctrine and Development. The Vincentian Canon; 10. Christian Inscriptions; II: FROM THE COUNCIL OF CHALCEDON TO THE PRESENT; 1. From Chalcedon to the Breach between East and West; 2. The Empire and the Papacy; 3. Monasticism and the Friars; 4. The Church and Heresy; 5. The Conciliar Movement; 6. Scholasticism; 7. The Church in England until the Reformation; 8. The Reformation on the Continent; 9. The Reformation in England; 10. The Roman Catholic Church from the Counter-Reformation to the Second Vatican Council; 11. The British Churches in the Seventeenth Century; 12. The British Churches in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries; 13. The Roman Catholic Church at the Second Vatican Council; 14. The Twentieth-Century World Churches: Justice, Peace, and the Environment; 15. The Twentieth-Century World Churches and Inter-Faith Dialogue; 16. The Twentieth-Century Churches and Christian Unity; 17. The Twentieth-Century Churches: Sexuality and Procreation; 18. Issues facing the Twentieth-Century Churches