Essays on some theological questions of the day / by members of the University of Cambridge; edited by Henry Barclay Swete ..Publication details: London : New York : Macmillan and co., limited ; The Macmillan company, 1906. Description: xiii, , 599 p. ; 24 cmSubject(s): Christianity | Theology, DoctrinalLOC classification: BR50 | .S9
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Preface.--1. The Christian standpoint [by] William Cunningham.--2. The being of God, in the light of physical science [by] F. R. Tennant.--3. The being of God, in the light of philosophy [by] Alfred Caldecott.--4. Man's origin, and his place in nature [by] W. L. H. Duckworth.--5. Sin, and the need of atonement [by] E. H. Askwith.--6. The idea of revelation, in the light of modern knowledge and research [by] J. M. Wilson.--7. Prayer, in relation to the idea of law [by] A. W. Robinson.--8. The spiritual and historical evidence for miracles [by] J. O. F. Murray.--9. The permanent value of the Old Testament [by] W. E. Barnes.--10. The gospels, in the light of historical criticism [by] E. H. Chase.--11. Christ in the New Testament: The primitive portrait [by] A. J. Mason.--12. Christ in the Church: The testimony of history [by] F. J. Foakes-Jackson.--13. Christian doctrines and their ethical significance [by] J. F. Bethune-Baker.--14. The Christian ideal and the Christian hope [by] H. M. Butler.
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