Originally published in 1927. 'The whole system of Christian Ethics has now to stand the fire formerly directed mainly at the Theology of Christianity. This learned and living volume, with its uncompomising apologetic, should prove of no small service. Contents include: The Gospel Ethic As Foreshadowed In The Old Testament - The Mystery of the Kingdom of God - The Authority of Jesus Christ - The Christian Community - The Christian's Relation To The World - The Gospel And Self-Culture - The Gospel Ethic In The Patristic Age - The Lapse Into Legalism - The Reappearance of Evangelical Ethics - The Parting Of The Ways: Protestantism, Romanism, Humanism - The Ethics Of Nature In The Seventeenth Century - The Ethics Of Nature In The Eightteenth Century - The Ethics Of Nature In The Nineteenth Century - The Mystery of Nature and The Mystery of the Kingdom of God - Index of Scripture Passages - index of Proper Names.
Number Of Pages: 280
Published: 1st January 2007
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97 x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.36