History of Dogma, Volume 1
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History of Dogma, Volume 1

By Adolf von Harnack
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  • THEOLOGICAL TRANSLATION LIBRARY
    • EDITED BY THE REV. T. K. CHEYNE MA DD, ORIET PROFESSOR OF INTERPRETATION OXFORD AND THE REV. A. B. BRUCE, DD PROFESSOR OF APOLOGETICS AND NEW TESTAMENT: EXEGESIS, FREE CHURCH COLLEGE GLASGOW
    • VOL II
  • HARNACKS HISTORY OF DOGMA. VOL. I
  • 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
    • 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. I.
    • VORWORT ZUR ENGLISCHEN AUSGABE.
    • THE AUTHOR'S PREFACE TO THE ENGLISH EDITION.
    • FROM THE AUTHOR'S PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION.
    • AUTHOR'S PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION.
    • AUTHOR'S PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION.
    • CONTENTS
      • I
    • I
    • PROLEGOMENA TO THE DISCIPLINE OF THE HISTORY OF DOGMA.
      • II
    • II
    • THE PRESUPPOSITIONS OF THE HISTORY OF DOGMA.
    • CHAPTER I
      • PROLEGOMENA TO THE DISCIPLINE OF THE HISTORY OF DOGMA.
      • §1. The Idea and Task of the History of Dogma.
      • 2. History of the History of Dogma.
    • PROLEGOMENA TO THE DISCIPLINE OF THE HISTORY OF DOGMA.
    • §1. The Idea and Task of the History of Dogma.
    • 2. History of the History of Dogma.
    • CHAPTER II
      • THE PRESUPPOSITIONS OF THE HISTORY OF DOGMA
      • § 1. Introductory.
      • § 2. The Gospel of Jesus Christ according to His own testimony concerning Himself.
        • I. The Fundamental Features.
        • II. Details.
      • I. The Fundamental Features.
      • II. Details.
      • § 3. The Common Preaching concerning Jesus Christ in the First Generation of Believers.
      • § 4. The Current Exposition of the Old Testament, and the Jewish hopes of the future, in their significance for the earliest types of Christian preaching.
      • § 5. The Religious Conceptions and the Religious Philosophy of the Hellenistic Jews, in their significance for the later formulation of the Gospel.
      • § 6. The Religious Dispositions of the Greeks and Romans in the first two centuries, and the current Græco-Roman Philosophy of Religion.
      • Supplementary.
    • THE PRESUPPOSITIONS OF THE HISTORY OF DOGMA
    • § 1. Introductory.
    • § 2. The Gospel of Jesus Christ according to His own testimony concerning Himself.
      • I. The Fundamental Features.
      • II. Details.
    • I. The Fundamental Features.
    • II. Details.
    • § 3. The Common Preaching concerning Jesus Christ in the First Generation of Believers.
    • § 4. The Current Exposition of the Old Testament, and the Jewish hopes of the future, in their significance for the earliest types of Christian preaching.
    • § 5. The Religious Conceptions and the Religious Philosophy of the Hellenistic Jews, in their significance for the later formulation of the Gospel.
    • § 6. The Religious Dispositions of the Greeks and Romans in the first two centuries, and the current Græco-Roman Philosophy of Religion.
    • Supplementary.
    • DIVISION I.
      • THE GENESIS OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL DOGMA, OR THE GENESIS OF THE CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC DOGMATIC THEOLOGY, AND THE FIRST SCIENTIFIC ECCLESIASTICAL SYSTEM OF DOCTRINE.
    • THE GENESIS OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL DOGMA, OR THE GENESIS OF THE CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC DOGMATIC THEOLOGY, AND THE FIRST SCIENTIFIC ECCLESIASTICAL SYSTEM OF DOCTRINE.
    • BOOK I.
      • THE PREPARATION.
    • THE PREPARATION.
    • BOOK I
      • THE PREPARATION
    • THE PREPARATION
    • CHAPTER I
      • HISTORICAL SURVEY
    • HISTORICAL SURVEY
    • CHAPTER II.
      • THE ELEMENT COMMON TO ALL CHRISTIANS AND THE BREACH WITH JUDAISM
    • THE ELEMENT COMMON TO ALL CHRISTIANS AND THE BREACH WITH JUDAISM
    • CHAPTER III
      • THE COMMON FAITH AND THE BEGINNINGS OF KNOWLEDGE IN GENTILE CHRISTIANITY AS IT WAS BEING DEVELOPED INTO CATHOLICISM162
      • § 1. The Communities and the Church.
      • § 2 The Foundations of the Faith.
      • § 3. The Main Articles of Christianity and the Conceptions of Salvation. Eschatology.
      • § 4. The Old Testament as Source of the Knowledge of Faith.214
      • § 5. The Knowledge of God and of the World. Estimate of the World.
      • § 6. Faith in Jesus Christ.
      • § 7. The Worship, the Sacred Ordinances, and the Organisation of the Churches.
      • Supplementary.
    • THE COMMON FAITH AND THE BEGINNINGS OF KNOWLEDGE IN GENTILE CHRISTIANITY AS IT WAS BEING DEVELOPED INTO CATHOLICISM162
    • § 1. The Communities and the Church.
    • § 2 The Foundations of the Faith.
    • § 3. The Main Articles of Christianity and the Conceptions of Salvation. Eschatology.
    • § 4. The Old Testament as Source of the Knowledge of Faith.214
    • § 5. The Knowledge of God and of the World. Estimate of the World.
    • § 6. Faith in Jesus Christ.
    • § 7. The Worship, the Sacred Ordinances, and the Organisation of the Churches.
    • Supplementary.
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE ATTEMPTS OF THE GNOSTICS TO CREATE AN APOSTOLIC DOGMATIC, AND A CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY; OR, THE ACUTE SECULARISING OF CHRISTIANITY.
      • § 1. The Conditions for the Rise of Gnosticism.
      • § 2. The Nature of Gnosticism.
      • § 3. History of Gnosticism and the forms in which it appeared.
      • 4. The most important Gnostic Doctrines.
    • THE ATTEMPTS OF THE GNOSTICS TO CREATE AN APOSTOLIC DOGMATIC, AND A CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY; OR, THE ACUTE SECULARISING OF CHRISTIANITY.
    • § 1. The Conditions for the Rise of Gnosticism.
    • § 2. The Nature of Gnosticism.
    • § 3. History of Gnosticism and the forms in which it appeared.
    • 4. The most important Gnostic Doctrines.
    • CHAPTER V
      • MARCION'S ATTEMPT TO SET ASIDE THE OLD TESTAMENT FOUNDATION OF CHRISTIANITY, TO PURIFY TRADITION AND TO REFORM CHRISTENDOM ON THE BASIS OF THE PAULINE GOSPEL
    • MARCION'S ATTEMPT TO SET ASIDE THE OLD TESTAMENT FOUNDATION OF CHRISTIANITY, TO PURIFY TRADITION AND TO REFORM CHRISTENDOM ON THE BASIS OF THE PAULINE GOSPEL
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • APPENDIX: THE CHRISTIANITY OF THE JEWISH CHRISTIANS
    • APPENDIX: THE CHRISTIANITY OF THE JEWISH CHRISTIANS
    • APPENDIX I.
      • On the Conception of Pre-existence.
    • On the Conception of Pre-existence.
    • APPENDIX II.
      • Liturgy and the Origin of Dogma.
    • Liturgy and the Origin of Dogma.
    • APPENDIX III.
      • NEOPLATONISM.
    • NEOPLATONISM.
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