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Progress in theology

Walter C. Smith

Progress in theology

an address delivered to the students of the Lancashire College on Thursday, July 1st, 1886

by Walter C. Smith

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Published by J. E. Cornish in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementWalter C. Smith.
The Physical Object
Pagination28p. ;
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16181555M

  I would add John MacQuarrie's Principles of Christian Theology, a work that has shaped many of us along the way (and when I looked, I noted he was ordained in the Episcopal Church, and then returned to England.I would also include Urban T. Holmes' Spirituality for Ministry and A Priest in , these are not the most recent authors; but I haven't found anything better since.   Practical Theology has emerged as an important discipline in recent decades, making a major contribution both in the academy and amongst reflective practitioners on the ground. The Journal Practical Theology celebrated its tenth anniversary in and this book presents ten journal Author: Nigel Rooms.

THE PROGRESS OF THEOLOGY IN CHURCH HISTORY. The study of theology began in the second century and has been progressing from one stage to another stage. It began with the study of the Trinity and the person of Christ. The study of the person of Christ is called Christology. In A.D. a council at Nicea was convened. To encourage progress of this kind, we have established the Templeton Foundation Prizes for Progress in Religion. Templeton has formed a religious research center called the Humility Theology Information Center for the development of "progress in religious thinking" (H, ).

  Process Theology has been for many of us a rather complex and often incomprehensible theological system. It seeks to offer a theological perspective that speaks to and is conversant with the modern age, especially bringing into the discussion science and religious pluralism, but it too often one has had to almost learn a new theological language to make sense of the ideas/5(10). My book tells how the story of Modernity is deeply intertwined with the story of Christian theology. Few people in the modern Western world think about God or religion. A religious perspective is.


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