5 edition of Christian evidences viewed in relation to modern thought. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By the Rev. C. A. Row.|
|Series||Bampton lectures 1877|
|LC Classifications||BR45 .B3 1877|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 480 p.|
|Number of Pages||480|
|LC Control Number||41042172|
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Christian Evidences Viewed in Relation to Modern Thought: Eight Lectures Preached Before the University of Oxford in the Year Author: Charles Adolphus Row. Full text of "Christian evidences viewed in relation to modern lectures preached before the University of Oxford in the year on the foundation of the late Rev.
John Bampton, M.A., canon of Salisbury". Full text of "Christian evidences viewed in relation to modern thought: eight lectures preached before the University of Oxford in the year See other formats. – Charles Adolphus Row Christian evidences viewed in relation to modern thought; – Charles Henry Hamilton Wright Zechariah and his Prophecies Considered in Relation to Modern Criticism; – Henry Wace The Foundations of Faith; – Edwin Hatch The Origin of Early Christian Churches.
Christian Evidences Viewed in Relation to Modern Thought: Eight Lectures Preached Before the University of Oxford in the Year on the Foundation of the Late Rev.
John Bampton, M.A., Canon of Salisbury. Frederic Norgate; Row, Charles Adolphus (). On Human ResponsibilityBorn:St John, Cornwall. APOLOGETICSCatholic EncyclopediaAUTHOR: CHARLES F.
AIKEN A theological science which has for its purpose the explanation and defence of the Christian religion. Apologetics means, broadly speaking, a form of apology. The term is derived from the Latin adjective, apologeticus, which, in turn has its origin in the Greek adjective, apologetikos, the substantive.
Trained at Oxford, he gave the famous Bampton Lectures 64 on “Christian Evidences Viewed in Relation to Modern Thought” at Oxford in Row was author of several works, including Future Retribution Viewed in the Light of Reason and Revelation (; new.
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Eight Lectures Preached Before the University of Oxford in the Year On the Foundation of the Late Rev. John Bampton, M.a., Canon of Salisbury. Christian theism: a brief and popular survey of the evidence upon which it rests, and the objections urged against it considered and refuted / by C.A.
Row Row, C. (Charles Adolphus), [ Book: ] At 3 libraries. Christian Evidences Viewed in Relation to Modern Thought; Zechariah and His Prophecies Considered in Relation to Modern Criticism; The Foundations of Faith; The Organization of the Early Christian Churches; The One Religion: Truth, Holiness, and Peace Desired by the Nations, and Revealed by Jesus Christ.
Christian evidences viewed in relation to modern thought eight lectures / by: Row, C. Published: () Lectures on the cumulative evidences of divine Revelation addressed to teachers engaged in the higher education of girls, and to other thoughtful and cultivated women / by: Phillips, L.
March. Greenfield: Printed by JOHN DENIO. Sold by him in Greenfield, by Thomas & Whipple, Newburyport, Henry Whipple, Salem, and by Thomas Dickman, Springfield. iii. Prefatory Material.
Prefatory Material. Preface. PREFACE. THE character of Mr. Addison, and his writings, for justness of thought, strength of reasoning, and purity of style, is too well established to.
This book is for you if you want to love and serve God with all your mind, and if you value critical thinking as part of spiritual growth. It focuses on the recent trend of anti-intellectualism in the church and offers suggestions to recapture the life of the Christian mind, both for spiritual growth and for Christian witness/5.
They argue that that a true understanding of the development of modern thought, as well as the further progress of it, is actually dependent on Christian insights. Current theological writing often has an apologetic overtone because Christian theologians are usually aware of the challenges presented to the faith by contemporary science.
While apologies or defenses of the Christian faith go all the way back to the first century, the formal science of apologetics is a more recent development. In this chapter we will survey the history of apologetics in three stages. First, we will discuss in some detail apologetics in the New Testament itself.
Second, we will give detailed attention to the thought of the leading apologists. The title of John Warwick Montgomery’s best-known book, Faith Founded on Fact, well illustrates the methodological perspective of the evidentialist model of apologetics.
Evidentialists believe that “the facts speak for themselves”—that the best approach to defending the Christian faith is simply to present the factual evidence for the crucial claims of Christ.
It will be a basic assumption of this book, as it is not of some contemporary treatments of Christian ethics, 13 that the picture we have of Jesus in the Synoptic Gospels is in essential outlines correct and that what we see there of his life and death, his ministry and teaching, is the one adequate foundation for Christian ethics.
Use of pornography and other sexual sins are rampant in our culture and in the church. Many have concluded that such behavior or at least the lust that drives them is .Some Modern Religious Difficulties.
Six Sermons preached, by the request of the Christian Evidence Society, at St. James's, Piccadilly, on Sunday Afternoons after Easter, ; with a Preface by his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury. Post 8vo. Cloth boards 1 .Reacting against the rise of theological liberalism, they sought to restore the Bible's reputation as an authoritative text to the world of academic theology.
The Evidences of the Christian Religion explores and defines the right use of reason in dealing with matters of faith.