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Titel: Charts of Modern and Postmodern Church ...
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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Contents Preface The National Period of American Church History Religious Change in New England: Theological Divisions within Congregationalism 1. Congregationalism in America 2. Developments within Nineteenth-Century American Theology 3. The History of Theological Change in New England 4. The Rise of Unitarianism in America 5. The History of Unitarianism in America 6. Orthodoxy, Unitarianism, and Transcendentalism: A Comparison 7. The Development of New England Theology The Second Great Awakening, the Rise of Seminaries, and the Protestant Missionary Movement 8. The Eastern Phase of the Second Great Awakening: The Colleges 9. The Rural Phase of the Second Great Awakening: Camp Meetings 10. History of the Restoration Movement (The Christian Church) 11. Changes in Gospel Preaching: The Great Awakenings Compared 12. The Rise of Theological Seminaries 13. The Birth of the Modern Missions Movement Charles Finney and Finneyism 14. Charles Finney: Shaper of American Revivalism 15. Charles Finney and the Death of Christ: A Legal Warning 16. Finney and Salvation: The Sinner's Role and the Preacher's Task The Rise of Utopian Societies and the Classic American Cults 17. The Nineteenth Century: Rise of the Cults 18. The Leaders and Shapers of Mormonism 19. The Theology of Mormonism 20. The Rise of the Seventh-Day Adventist Movement 21. The Theology of Seventh-Day Adventism 22. The Theology of Christian Science 23. The Theology of Jehovah's Witnesses The Antebellum and Civil War Eras 24. The Presbyterian Schism of 1837: The New School and the Old School 25. The Influence of the Layman's Prayer Revival of 1858 26. National Contradiction: Equal but Inferior 27. Three American Revolutions: The Quest for Equality 28. The Baptists, Slavery, and Division 29. The Presbyterians, Slavery, and Division 30. The Methodists, Slavery, and Division The Modern Period of American Church History The Background: The Rise of Nineteenth-Century European Liberalism 31. The Rise of the Sciences: The Root of Change in Religious Understanding 32. The Biblical Support for the Medieval, Static Theory of the Universe 33. Hegel and the History of Civilization 34. Hegel and the Theory of Progress 35. Auguste Comte: An Example of Progressive Thought 36. The Enlightenment and Traditional Religion: Schleiermacher's Attempt to Preserve True Religion 37. Albrecht Ritschl: Liberalism and the Reduction of Christianity to Ethics 38. Liberalism and the History of Religions School 39. The Pioneers of the Theory of Evolution The Rise of American Liberalism: The "New Theology" 40. Protestantism in Nineteenth-Century England 41. The Historical Sources of Nineteenth-Century American Liberalism 42. The Assumptions of "New Theology" 43. The "New Theology" and the Bible 44. The History of the American Liberal Tradition 45. Liberal Theology and Evangelical Theology: A Comparison Denominational Strife and the Rise of Evangelicalism (1880-1930) 46. The History of American Evangelicalism 47. The Origin of the Bible Institutes in America 48. The Northern Baptists and the Fundamentalist Movement 49. The Course of Theological Development within Northern Presbyterianism 50. Northern Presbyterians and the Conflict at Princeton 51. The Northern Presbyterians and the Missions Controversy Evangelicalism's Triumph, Evangelicalism Today (1930-Present) 52. The Realignment of Evangelicalism in the 1930s and 1940s 53. The Restructuring of Evangelicalism: The Building of a New Coalition 54. The Presbyterian Separatist Movement 55. The Northern Baptist Separatist Movement 56. Baptist Separatism: The Bible Baptist Fellowship 57. The Methodist Separatist Movement 58. The Emergence of Interdenominational, Cooperative, Separatist Or. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE_book_new_0310235308
Chart of Modern and Postmodern Church History provides a powerful visual tool for understanding the historic foundations on which contemporary Christianity rest. From geography, to theology, to doctrines both orthodox and heretical, to key figures and movements over the last three hundred years, the broad comprehensive scope of modern church history comes across simply, clearly, and with impact.
Über den Autor: Dr. John D. Hannah (ThD, PhD) is distinguished professor of historical theology at Dallas Theological Seminary and research professor of theological studies. He has received numerous awards and has written several books, including The Glory of God Alone, The Kregel Pictorial Guide to Church History, and Our Legacy: A History of Christian Doctrine.
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