Title: Our common history as Christians : essays in...
Publisher: New York: 1975., Oxford Univ. Press,
Publication Date: 1975
xxi, 298 p.; 21.5 cm. Contents: Albert Cook Outler: a biographical memoir, John Deschner -- I Contemporary issues. The flaming center, or the core of tradition, K. E. Skydsgaard; What Methodist theology has to learn from ecumenical theology, Rupert E. Davies; The crisis in American Catholicism, George A. Lindbeck -- II Applications in history. The pattern of the past: Augustine's debate with Eusebius and Sallust, Glenn F. Chesnut, Jr.; Thomas Aquinas, John Pupper von Goch, and Martin Luther: an essay in ecumenical theology, Harry McSorley; J.S. Bach and J.A. Ernesti: a case study in exegetical and theological conflict, Paul S. Minear; Philosophy and faith: a study in Hegel and Whitehead, Daniel D. Williams -- III Considerations theological. Biblical election as sacred history: a study in the ancient history of ecumenism, Robert E. Cushman; Church history in context: the case of Philip Schaff, Klaus Penzel; On revelation, Schubert M. Ogden -- A select bibliography of Albert C. Outler, Wanda Willard Smith, with Kate Warnick and Carla Outler. VG green cloth spine under tan cloth sides, lt. edgeworn tan dj. Bookseller Inventory # 018091
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