History of Dogma, Volume 2
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History of Dogma, Volume 2

By Adolf von Harnack
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  • HISTORY OF DOGMA
  • BY
  • DR. ADOLPH HARNACK
    • ORDINARY PROF. OF CHURCH HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY, AND FELLOW OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, BERLIN
    • TRANSLATED FROM THE THIRD GERMAN EDITION
    • BY
  • NEIL BUCHANAN
  • VOL. II.
  • CONTENTS
  • DIVISION I
  • BOOK II.
    • THE LAYING OF THE FOUNDATIONS.
  • CHAPTER I.
    • HISTORICAL SURVEY.
  • I. FIXING AND GRADUAL SECULARISING OF CHRISTIANITY AS A CHURCH
  • CHAPTER II
    • THE SETTING UP OF THE APOSTOLIC STANDARDS FOR ECCLESIASTICAL CHRISTIANITY. THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.20
    • A. The Transformation of the Baptismal Confession into the Apostolic Rule of Faith.
    • B. The designation of selected writings read in the churches as New Testament Scriptures or, in other words, as a collection of apostolic writings.67
    • C. The transformation of the episcopal office in the Church into an apostolic office. The history of the remodelling of the conception of the Church.130
  • CHAPTER III.
    • CONTINUATION. THE OLD CHRISTIANITY AND THE NEW CHURCH.
    • ADDENDA.
    • EXCURSUS TO CHAPTERS II. AND III.
    • CATHOLIC AND ROMAN.299
  • II. FIXING AND GRADUAL HELLENISING OF CHRISTIANITY AS A SYSTEM OF DOCTRINE
  • CHAPTER IV.
    • ECCLESIASTICAL CHRISTIANITY AND PHILOSOPHY. THE APOLOGISTS.
    • 1. Introduction.340
    • 2. Christianity as Philosophy and as Revelation.
    • 3. The doctrines of Christianity as the revealed and rational religion.
    • Interpretation and Criticism, especially of Justin's Doctrines.
  • CHAPTER V.
    • THE BEGINNINGS OF AN ECCLESIASTICO-THEOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION AND REVISION OF THE RULE OF FAITH IN OPPOSITION TO GNOSTICISM ON THE BASIS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT AND THE CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY OF THE APOLOGISTS: MELITO, IRENÆUS, TERTULLIAN, HIPPOLYTUS, NOVATIAN.460
    • 1. The theological position of Irenæus and the later contemporary Church teachers.
    • 2. The Doctrines of the Church.
    • 3. Results to ecclesiastical Christianity.
  • CHAPTER VI.
    • THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL TRADITION INTO A PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION, OR THE ORIGIN OF THE SCIENTIFIC THEOLOGY AND DOGMATIC OF THE CHURCH.
    • 1. The Alexandrian Catechetical School. Clement of Alexandria.656
    • 2. The system of Origen.679
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