3 edition of Man as sinner in contemporary American realistic theology found in the catalog.
Man as sinner in contemporary American realistic theology
Mary Frances Thelen
|Statement||[by] Mary Frances Thelen.|
|LC Classifications||BT715 .T47 1946|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 223 p.|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||a 47000953|
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Man as Sinner in Contemporary American Realistic Theology Mary Frances Thelen a Dissertation Submitted in the Faculty of Philosophy Columbia University Book Description: American Protestant Theology Author: Luigi Giussani.
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Interestingly enough, Mary Frances Thelen in her book Man As Sinner in Contemporary American Realistic Theology points us to those professors of "the philosophy of religion and systematic theology in the major liberal seminaries during the first third of the twentieth century," and declares Man as sinner in contemporary American realistic theology book theyAuthor: Harold B.
Kuhn. Reinhold Niebuhr by Howard G. Patton Chapter 3: Man the Sinner. Niebuhr has been called the twentieth-century theologian of sin. Because of his extensive writing on the subject of sin, the erroneous impression has grown up that Niebuhr was exclusively interested in this one doctrine, that it made him a pessimist, and that he neglected the Christian doctrine of grace.
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The ripeness of the idea made the book a turning point in American theology. Later, when he focused on man as sinner in the first volume of his Gifford Lectures (The Nature of Man), he did it again, and this study of mans alienation from God, self, and society became a modern classic.
His treatment of man as sinner became widely familiar. In the Quran, God is deemed holy only twice. Also, Muslims believe that Gods commands have no intrinsic relation to His holy character because this character.
Of course, there are some modern day theological books that I have benefited enormously from, as many others have-books like J.
Packers Knowing God or Tim Kellers The Reason for God, or so many of D. Carsons expositions of Scripture. Most contemporary books in the realm of theology I dont really have as much time for these days.
MAN AS SINNER IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN RE-ALISTIC THEOLOGY. By MARY FRANCES THELEN. New York, King's Crown Press, I Pp.
Xii, Under the leadership of Reinhold Niebuhr, the neo-orthodox move-ment in Protestant theology became, within the decade II, the most influential and challenging development in contemporary American religious.
The work analyzes the value of Niebuhrs political thought for American statecraft and suggests that Niebuhrs Christian realism can ground citizens understanding of Man as sinner in contemporary American realistic theology book life.
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Without the simul distinction, theology lapses into moralism. othing sums up the identity of a Christian better than the phrase: "Simul Iustus et Peccator. " The Christian is, at the same time, wholly (totus) a sinner, who deserves Gods temporal and eternal punishment, and wholly. Below you will find the important quotes in Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God related to the theme of Theology and the Human Condition.
Joh. He that believeth not is condemned already. So that every unconverted man properly belongs to hell; that is his place; from thence he is.
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One of the key stops on the Romans Road to salvation is Romans Stop me if youve heard it from an evangelical friend of yours-All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. Or, perhaps you havent walked that path before; maybe youve spent your whole life in mainline Protestantism.
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As with man the sinner so with the man Jesus, the man before us is not the creditable subject of the de- cisive theological predicates. To that extent he is not the theo- logical object.
Granted, in the case of the sinner it is he and no one else who is the author of his sinful predicates, his dis- obedience and ingratitude and unbelief. This is a tremendously insightful book whose message, while particularly directed towards ans, applies equally to people everywhere.
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