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The Oxford companion to Christian thought

Author: Adrian Hastings; Alistair Mason; Hugh S Pyper
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000.
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This reference work is an introduction in English to the living tradition of Christian thought. It focuses on the broad sweep of ideas rather than factual detail, surveying all traditions and centuries but concentrating more on the present than the past.
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries
Reference works
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Adrian Hastings; Alistair Mason; Hugh S Pyper
ISBN: 0198600240 9780198600244
OCLC Number: 45666510
Notes: Seton Hall University Libraries notes:
"Intellectual, spiritual, and moral horizons of Christianity."
Description: xxviii, 777 pages ; 29 cm
Contents: Abelard, Peter --
Abhishiktananda --
Abortion --
Abraham --
Adam --
Advent --
Adventism --
African Christian thought --
Agnosticism --
Alexandria --
Allegory --
Alternative lifestyles --
Analogy --
Angels --
Anger --
Anglican thought --
Animals --
Anselm of Canterbury --
Anthropology --
Antinomianism --
Antisemitism --
Apartheid --
Apocalypticism --
Apocrypha, Christian --
Apocrypha, Jewish --
Apologetics --
Apostolicity --
Aquinas, Thomas --
Archaeology --
Arianism --
Aristotle --
Armenian tradition --
Arminianism --
Arts, visual --
Asceticism --
Assurance --
Astrology --
Athanasius --
Atheism --
Atonement, theories of --
Augustine of Hippo --
Authority --
Bach, Johann Sebastian --
Balasuriya, Tissa --
Baptism --
Baptist thought --
Barmen declaration --
Baroque --
Barth, Karl --
Base communities --
Beguines --
Benedictine thought --
Bible, its authority and interpretation --
Black theology --
Blake, William --
Blood --
Body --
Boff, Leonardo --
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich --
Bonino, Jose Miguez --
Bread --
Brethren --
Brown, Raymond E. --
Buddhism --
Bultmann, Rudolf --
Business ethics --
Byzantine theology, 6th-16th centuries --
Cain --
Calendar --
Calvin, John --
Canterbury --
Capitalism --
Capital punishment --
Caroline divines --
Casuistry --
Cathedrals --
Catherine of Siena --
Catholicism --
Catholicity --
Celibacy --
Celtic Christianity --
Chalcedon, council of --
Charismatic movement --
Charity --
Chastity --
Children --
Chinese Christian thought --
Christianity --
Christmas --
Christology --
Church --
Cinema --
City --
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor --
Collegiality --
Commandments, Ten --
Common sense philosophy --
Communion --
Compassion --
Conciliarism --
Cone, James --
Congar, Yves --
Congregationalism --
Conscience --
Constantine --
Constantinople --
Contextual theology --
Contraception --
Conversion --
Cosmology --
Councils --
Counter-reformation --
Covenant --
Creation --
Creeds --
Cross and crucifixion --
Cupitt, Don --
Daniel, book of --
Dante Alighieri --
David, king --
Dead sea scrolls --
Death --
De Certeau, Michel --
De Foucauld, Charles --
Deification --
Deism --
De Lubac, Henri --
Democracy --
Demythologizing --
Descartes and Cartesianism --
Desert --
Design --
Development of doctrine --
Devil --
Diaconate --
Dialogue --
Dickinson, Eemily --
Dionysius the pseudo-Areopagite --
Discipleship --
Dispensationalism --
Divine command ethics --
Divorce --
Docetism --
Dogma --
Dominican thought --
Donatism --
Donne, John --
Dostoevsky, Fyodor --
Doubt --
Dreams --
Dualism --
Easter --
Eastern orthodox theology --
Ecclestone, alan --
Ecology --
Ecumenical movement --
Education --
Edwards, Jonathan --
Eighteenth century: an overview --
Eliot, T.S. --
Ellul, Jjacques --
Endo, Shusaku --
Enlightenment --
Enthusiasm --
Ephesus, council of --
Epiphany --
Episcopate --
Erasmus --
Erastianism --
Eschatology --
Establishment --
Eternity --
Ethics --
Ethiopian theology --
Eucharist --
Euthanasia --
Evangelicalism --
Evangelism --
Eve --
Evil, problem of --
Evolution --
Exercises of St. Ignatius --
Exile --
Existentialism --
Exodus --
Faith --
Faith and order --
Fall --
Family --
Fasting --
Fatherhood --
Feminist theology --
Fideism --
Filioque --
Fiorenza, Elizabeth Schussler --
Fire --
Florence, council of --
Florovsky, Georges --
Folk religion --
Foreknowledge (divine) and freedom --
Forgiveness --
Franciscan thought --
Francis of Assisi --
Freedom --
Freire, Paulo --
French Christian thought --
Friendship --
Fundamentalism --
Galilei, Galileo --
Gallicanism --
Gay theology --
Genesis --
Geneva --
German Christian thought --
Global ethics --
Gnosticism --
God --
Gospels --
Grace --
Greek theology, 4th-6th centuries --
Greene, Graham --
Griffiths, Bede --
Gutierrez, Gustavo --
Health and healing --
Heaven --
Hebrews, epistle to the --
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich --
Hell --
Hellenistic world in the 1st century --
Heresy --
Hermeneutics --
Higher criticism --
Hildegard of Bbingen --
Hinduism --
History --
Holiness --
Holocaust --
Holy Spirit --
Homosexuality --
Hooker, Richard --
Hope --
Hopkins, Gerald Manley --
Humanity --
Humour --
Huss and Wyclif --
Hymns --
Iconoclasm --
Iconography --
Immortality --
Incarnation --
Indian Christian thought --
Infallibility --
Inquisition and holy office --
Interchurch marriage --
Irenaeus --
Isaiah --
Islam --
Israel. James, William --
Jansenism --
Japanese Christian thought --
Jeremiah --
Jerusalem --
Jesuit thought --
Jesus --
Jesus, depiction of --
Jewish-Christian relations --
Job --
John --
John XXIII --
John of the cross --
John Paul II --
John the Baptist --
Jonah --
Journalism --
Joy --
Judaism in the 1st Christian century --
Judas --
Judgement --
Julian of Norwich --
Jung, Carl Gustav --
Jungel, Eberhard --
Justice --
Justification --
Kant, Immanuel --
Kenosis --
Kerygma --
Kierkegaard, Soren --
Kingdom of god --
Kingship --
Kolakowski, Leszek --
Koyama, Kosuke --
Kung, Hans --
Laity --
Language --
Latin American Christian thought: an overview --
Latin theology, 300 to 1000 --
Law --
Law, Biblical --
Lent --
Lewis, C.S. --
Liberal protestantism --
Liberation theology --
Light and darkness --
Limbo --
Lindbeck, George --
Literacy --
Liturgy --
Lonergan, Bernard --
Lord's prayer --
Love --
Luke-acts --
Luther, martin --
Lutheranism --
Macintyre, Alasdair --
Mackinnon, Donald --
Man/masculinity --
Marian apparitions --
Maritain, Jacques --
Mark --
Marriage --
Martyrdom --
Marxism --
Mary --
Mary Magdalene --
Matthew --
Mbiti, John --
Medical ethics --
Melchizedek --
Memory --
Mennonite thought --
Mercy --
Merit --
Merton, Thomas --
Messiah --
Metaphor --
Metaphysics --
Methodist thought --
Middle ages: an overview --
Millenarianism --
Milton, John --
Ministry --
Miracle --
Mission --
Modernism --
Modernity --
Moltmann, Jurgen --
Monasticism --
Monophysitism --
Montanism --
Morality --
More, Thomas --
Mormonism --
Moses --
Motherhood --
Music --
Mystery plays --
Mysticism --
Myth --
Nationalism --
Natural law --
Natural theology --
Neo-orthodoxy --
Nestorianism --
New age --
Newbigin, Lesslie --
Newman, John Henry --
New Testament --
Nicaea, council of --
Niebuhr, Reinhold and H. Richard --
Nietzsche, Friedrich --
Nineteenth century: an overview --
North American: an overview --
Novel, the --
Obedience --
Old testament --
Omnipotence, divine --
Omniscience, divine --
Ontological argument --
Ordination --
Origen --
Orthodoxy --
Otto, Rudolf --
Oxford movement --
Pacifism --
Pannenberg, Wolfhart --
Panikkar, Raimon (Raimundo) --
Papacy --
Parable --
Paradise --
Paradox --
Paranormal --
Pascal, Blaise --
Pastoral epistles --
Pastoral theology --
Patriarchates --
Paul --
Peace --
Pelagianism --
Penance --
Pentecost --
Pentecostalism --
Person --
Peter --
Philosophy --
Pietism --
Pilgrimage --
Pilgrim's progress --
Plato and Platonism --
Play --
Poetry --
Political theology --
Post-Christian thought --
Postmodernism --
Poverty --
Praise --
Prayer --
Preaching/homiletics --
Pre-Constantinian thought --
Predestination --
Presbyterian thought --
Priesthood --
Princeton theology --
Process theology --
Prophecy --
Prosperity --
Protestantism --
Providence --
Psalms --
Psychology --
Publishing --
Punishment --
Purgatory --
Puritanism --
Quaker thought --
Quest for the historical Jesus --
Quietism --
Rahner, Karl --
Ratzinger, Joseph --
Realism and antirealism --
Reason --
Reconciliation --
Redemption --
Reformation --
Reformed theology --
Religion --
Religious experience --
Religious language --
Religious liberty --
Religious life --
Renaissance --
Reproductive technology --
Restorationism --
Resurrection --
Revelation --
Revelation, book of --
Revivalism --
Revolution --
Rhetoric --
Ricoeur, Paul --
Robinson, John --
Romans, epistle to the --
Romanticism --
Rome --
Ruether, Rosemary Radford --
Russian Christian thought --
Sabbatarianism --
Sacrament --
Sacrifice --
Saints --
Salvation --
Scandinavian Christian thought --
Schillebeeckx, Edward --
Schism --
Schleiermacher, Friedrich --
Science --
Scottish Christian thought --
Secularization --
Sermon on the Mount --
Seventeenth century: an overview --
Sex and sexuality --
Shakespeare, William --
Sheep and shepherds --
Sin --
Sixteenth century: an overview --
Slavery --
Social gospel and social teaching --
Socialism --
Social sciences --
Solle, Dorothee --
Solomon --
Song of Songs --
Soul --
Spanish Catholicism --
Spirituality, forms of --
Stein, Edith --
Subsidiarity --
Suffering --
Suicide --
Sunday --
Symbolism --
Synoptic gospels --
Syriac Christian thought --
Taize --
Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre --
Temperance --
Temple, the --
Temple, William --
Teresa of Avila --
Teresa of Calcutta --
Teresa (Therese) of Lisieux --
Theology --
Thomas, gospel of --
Thomas, M.M. --
Thomism (1), modern --
Thomish (2), analytical --
Tillich, Paul --
Time --
Tolstoy, Leo --
Torrance, Thomas --
Tracy, David --
Tradition --
Translation, Biblical --
Transubstantiation --
Trent, council of --
Trinity --
Truth --
Tubingen --
Twentieth century: an overview --
Typology --
Ultramontanism --
Unitarianism --
Unity --
Universalism --
Universities --
Usury --
Vatican I --
Vatican II --
Virgin birth --
Virginity --
Virtue --
Visions --
Von Balthasar, Hans Urs --
Von Kirschbaum, Charlotte --
War --
Ward, Mmary --
Water --
Weil, Simone --
Wesley, John and Charles --
Wine --
Wisdom --
Witchcraft --
Wittgenstein, Ludwig --
Woman/femininity --
Word/logos --
Work --
World --
Worship --
Zwingli, Huldrych.
Responsibility: edited by Adrian Hastings, Alistair Mason, and Hugh Pyper ; with Ingrid Lawrie and Cecily Bennett.
Local System Bib Number:
357797

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