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History of Christian Thought : From its Judaic and Hellenistic Origins to Existentialism - Paul Tillich

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From its Judaic and Hellenistic Origins to Existentialism

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Preface to the Touchstone Editionp. xi
Paul Tillich and the Classical Christian Traditionp. xiii
Introduction: The Concept of Dogmap. xxxvi
The Preparation for Christianityp. 1
The Kairosp. 1
The Universalism of the Roman Empirep. 2
Hellenistic Philosophyp. 3
Skepticismp. 3
The Platonic Traditionp. 6
The Stoicsp. 7
Eclecticismp. 9
The Inter-Testamental Periodp. 9
The Mystery Religionsp. 13
The Method of the New Testamentp. 14
Theological Developments in the Ancient Churchp. 17
The Apostolic Fathersp. 17
The Apologetic Movementp. 24
The Christian Philosophyp. 27
God and the Logosp. 29
Gnosticismp. 33
The Anti-Gnostic Fathersp. 37
The System of Authoritiesp. 38
The Montanist Reactionp. 40
God the Creatorp. 41
The History of Salvationp. 43
Trinity and Christologyp. 46
The Sacrament of Baptismp. 48
Neo-Platonismp. 50
Clement and Origen of Alexandriap. 55
Christianity and Philosophyp. 55
The Allegorical Methodp. 57
The Doctrine of Godp. 59
Christologyp. 61
Eschatologyp. 63
Dynamic and Modalistic Monarchianismp. 64
Paul of Samosatap. 65
Sabelliusp. 66
The Trinitarian Controversyp. 68
Arianismp. 69
The Council of Nicaeap. 71
Athanasius and Marcellusp. 73
The Cappadocian Theologiansp. 76
The Christological Problemp. 79
The Antiochean Theologyp. 80
The Alexandrian Theologyp. 84
The Council of Chalcedonp. 86
Leontius of Byzantiump. 88
Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagitep. 90
Tertullian and Cyprianp. 98
The Life and Thought of Augustinep. 103
The Development of Augustinep. 104
Augustine's Epistemologyp. 111
The Idea of Godp. 115
The Doctrine of Manp. 119
Philosophy of Historyp. 121
The Pelagian Controversyp. 122
The Doctrine of the Churchp. 131
Trends in the Middle Agesp. 134
Scholasticism, Mysticism, Biblicismp. 135
The Scholastic Methodp. 137
Trends in Scholasticismp. 140
Dialectics and Traditionp. 140
Augustinianism and Aristotelianismp. 141
Thomism and Sootismp. 141
Nominalism and Realismp. 142
Pantheism and Church Doctrinep. 144
The Religious Forcesp. 145
The Medieval Churchp. 149
The Sacramentsp. 154
Anselm of Canterburyp. 158
Abelard of Parisp. 167
Bernard of Clairvauxp. 172
Joachim of Florisp. 175
The Thirteenth Centuryp. 180
The Doctrines of Thomas Aquinasp. 192
William of Ockhamp. 198
German Mysticismp. 201
The Pre-Reformersp. 203
Roman Catholicism from Trent to the Presentp. 210
The Meaning of Counter-Reformationp. 210
The Doctrine of Authoritiesp. 211
The Doctrine of Sinp. 212
The Doctrine of Justificationp. 213
The Sacramentsp. 215
Papal Infallibilityp. 218
Jansenismp. 221
Probabilismp. 223
Recent Developmentsp. 224
The Theology of the Protestant Reformersp. 227
Martin Lutherp. 227
The Breakthroughp. 227
Luther's Criticism of the Churchp. 234
His Conflict with Erasmusp. 237
His Conflict with the Evangelical Radicalsp. 239
Luther's Doctrinesp. 242
The Biblical Principlep. 242
Sin and Faithp. 245
The Idea of Godp. 247
The Doctrine of Christp. 249
Church and Statep. 251
Huldreich Zwinglip. 256
John Calvinp. 262
The Majesty of Godp. 262
Providence and Predestinationp. 264
The Christian Lifep. 270
Church and Statep. 272
The Authority of Scripturep. 274
The Development of Protestant Theologyp. 276
The Period of Orthodoxyp. 276
Reason and Revelationp. 278
The Formal and Material Principlesp. 280
Pietismp. 283
The Enlightenmentp. 287
Introduction: Problem and Methodp. 297
Oscillating Emphases in Orthodoxy, Pietism, and Rationalismp. 305
The Period of Orthodoxyp. 305
The Reaction of Pietism against Orthodoxyp. 311
The Rise of Rationalismp. 313
The Enlightenment and Its Problemsp. 320
The Nature of Enlightenmentp. 320
The Kantian Definition of Autonomyp. 320
Concepts of Reasonp. 325
Universal Reasonp. 326
Critical Reasonp. 327
Intuitive Reasonp. 328
Technical Reasonp. 329
The Concept of Naturep. 330
The Concept of Harmonyp. 332
The Attitude of the Enlightened Manp. 341
His Bourgeois Characterp. 341
His Ideal of a Reasonable Religionp. 342
His Common-sense Moralityp. 344
His Subjective Feelingp. 348
Intrinsic Conflicts of Enlightenmentp. 349
Cosmic Pessimismp. 350
Cultural Vicesp. 352
Personal Vicesp. 353
Progress Based on Immoralityp. 355
The Fulfillers and Critics of Enlightenmentp. 356
Rousseau, The French Revolution, and Romanticismp. 356
Hume, The History of Religion, and Positivismp. 357
Kant, Moral Religion, and Radical Evilp. 360
The Classic-Romantic Reaction against the Enlightenmentp. 367
Lessing, Historical Criticism, and the Rediscovery of Spinozap. 367
The Synthesis of Spinoza and Kantp. 370
The Nature of Romanticismp. 372
The Infinite and Finitep. 372
The Emotional and the Aesthetic Elements in Romanticismp. 378
The Turn to the Past and the Valuation of Traditionp. 379
The Quest of Unity and Authorityp. 382
The Negative and the Demonic in Romanticismp. 383
The Classical Theological Synthesis: Friedrich Schleiermacherp. 386
The Background of Schleiermacher's Thoughtp. 388
His Concept of Religion as Feelingp. 391
His Positivistic Definition of Theologyp. 398
His Interpretation of Christianityp. 405
The Universal Synthesis: Georg W. F. Hegelp. 410
The Greatness and the Tragic Hybris of Hegel's Systemp. 411
The Synthesis of God and Man (Mind and Person)p. 414
The Synthesis of Religion and Culture (Thought and Imagination)p. 419
The Synthesis of State and Churchp. 424
Providence, History, and Theodicyp. 426
The Christ as Reality and Symbolp. 430
Eternity against Immortalityp. 431
The Breakdown of the Universal Synthesisp. 432
The Split in the Hegelian Schoolp. 432
The Historical Problem: Strauss and Baurp. 423
The Anthropological Problem: Ludwig Feuerbachp. 435
Schelling's Criticism of Hegelp. 437
The Religious Revival and Its Theological Consequencesp. 448
The Nature of the European Revivalp. 449
The Theology of Repristinationp. 453
Natural Science and the Fight over Darwinismp. 454
Kierkegaard's Existential Theologyp. 458
Kierkegaard's Criticism of Hegelp. 460
Ethical Existence and the Human Situation (Anxiety, Despair)p. 462
The Nature of Faith (The Leap and Existential Truth)p. 464
Criticism of Theology and Churchp. 472
Political Radicalism and its Theological Significancep. 476
The Bourgeois Radicalsp. 477
Marx's Relation to Hegel and Feuerbachp. 478
Marx's View of the Human Situation (Alienation)p. 480
Marx's Doctrine of Ideology and His Attack on Religionp. 481
Marx's Political Existentialismp. 484
The Prophetic Element in Marxp. 485
Voluntarism and the Philosophy of Lifep. 487
Schopenhauer's Idea of the Willp. 488
Nietzsche's Idea of Will-To-Powerp. 493
Nietzsche's Doctrine of Resentmentp. 494
The "Death of God" and the New Ideal of Manp. 497
New Ways of Mediationp. 504
Experience and the Biblical Messagep. 506
The Erlangen Schoolp. 506
Martin Kahlerp. 509
The "Back to Kant" Movementp. 511
Adolf von Harnackp. 515
Miscellaneous Movements in Theologyp. 520
The Luther-Renaissancep. 520
Biblical Realismp. 520
Radical Criticismp. 521
Rudolf Bultmannp. 523
The History-of-Religions Approachp. 524
Ernst Troeltschp. 526
Religious Socialismp. 530
Karl Barthp. 535
Existentialismp. 539
Index of Namesp. 543
Index of Subjectsp. 547
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ISBN: 9780671214265
ISBN-10: 0671214268
Series: Touchstone Books (Paperback)
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 594
Published: 1st November 1972
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 20.96 x 12.7  x 3.81
Weight (kg): 0.75
Edition Number: 1