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Manual of Theology

Author : John Leadley Dagg
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Manual of Theology A treatise on church order

Author : John Leadley Dagg
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A manual of the rudiments of theology

Author : John Bainbridge Smith
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Manual of Theology A Treatise of Christian Doctrine the Eight Books Complete Hardcover

Author : John L. Dagg
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John L. Dagg's guide to theology offers superb spiritual insight from the viewpoint of a senior preacher and theologian of the American Baptist movement. As Dagg's masterwork, the Manual of Theology is an honest and practical guide to the many aspects and qualities of Bible theology. Perhaps significantly, Dagg opens his great work with a chapter on inspiration - the fact that God inspired and communicated the Bible, and why all Christians should acknowledge this truth if they are to understand His guidance in their lives. Dagg also discusses the individual Christian life and soul. The penalty of losing one's soul, if indeed one sins to such an extent as to be distant from the Lord, is confirmed to be the worst any person may suffer. However, Dagg continues on a more hopeful note: one's soul can be redeemed and saved, although the numbers of souls to have gained such redemption is only small.

Manual of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics

Author : Alvah Hovey
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A Manual of Theology

Author : Thomas Banks Strong
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A Manual of Catholic Theology

Author : Joseph Wilhelm D.D. Ph.D. and Thomas B. Scannell D.D.
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THE word “Theology” means the Science of God. This science has God not only for its subject, but also for its source and its object; hence the Divine character of Theology cannot better be described than by the old formula: “Theology teaches about God, is taught by God, and leads to God.” Theology may be taken objectively as doctrine, or subjectively as knowledge. But it is not every knowledge of Divine doctrine, especially not the mere apprehension of it, that is called Theology. The term is restricted to scientific knowledge; and consequently Theology, in its technical sense, is the scientific exposition of the doctrine concerning God and things Divine. Aeterna Press

A Manual of Theology for the Laity

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Manual of Theology

Author : John Leadley Dagg
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A Manual of Catholic Theology The sources of theological knowledge God Creation and the supernatural order

Author : Matthias Joseph Scheeben
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Assistant to Family Religion Or Manual of Theology and Devotions

Author : William COGSWELL (D.D.)
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Autobiography of Rev John L Dagg

Author : John Leadley Dagg
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A Manual of Catholic Theology

Author : Matthias Joseph Scheeben
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A Manual of the Rudiments of Theology containing an abridgement of Bishop of Tomline s Elements an Analysis of Paley s Evidences a summary of Bishop Pearson on the Creed and a brief exposition of the Thirty nine Articles chiefly from Bishop Burnet together with other miscellaneous matters connected with Jewish rites and ceremonies For the use of students

Author : John Bainbridge SMITH (D.D.)
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Manual of Theology

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 edition. Excerpt: ...There is a natural body, and there is a spiritual body."3 What a spiritual body is, we are unable to say. We shall not be pure or uncompounded spirit, as God is; for we shall have a " body," which God cannot be said to have. But that body will be " spiritual," as distinguished from the natural or grossly material bodies that we now possess. It will be freed from the inactivity, the ponderableness that now binds us to the earth; and will be fitted for swift motion, similar to that of which angelic spirits are capable. It is immortal. "Now this mortal must put on immortality."4 As there will be no need to supply a daily waste in each individual body, or to preserve it from corruption, so there will be no need to supply a waste of the race by death. " They neither marry, nor are given in marriage; neither can they die any more; for they are equal unto the angels."5 In a state of being so different from the present, we shall need bodies of far different construction and properties; and, from the likeness which we are to bear to the angels, we may infer that our spiritual bodies will resemble, to sorne extent, the spirituality of these holy and immortal beings. The true and perfect pattern to which we shall be conformed, is the glorious body of the Redeemer, who, though once dead, now liveth for ever, and who will give us to share his own immortality. " Because I live, ye shall live also."1 With what body the wicked will come, and to what likeness they will be conformed, the Scriptures do not tell us. As they will be raised, to stand in the judgment, and receive the sentence under which they will suffer everlasting punishment, in the fire prepared for the devil and his angels; we may...

A Manual of Moral Theology for English speaking Countries

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A Manual of Catholic Theology

Author : Joseph Wilhelm
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This is a two volume set Volume 1: Sources of Theological Knowledge, God, Creation and the Supernatural Order Volume 2: The Fall, Redemption, Grace, The Church, The Sacraments, The Last Things Henry Edward Cardinal Manning writes: Dr. Wilhelm and Fr. Scannell have conferred upon the faithful in England a signal boon in publishing Scheeben's scientific Dogmatik in English, and condensing it for careful and conscientious study. St. Anselm, in his work, "Cur Deus Homo?" says, "As the right order requires that we should first believe the deep things of the Christian faith before we presume to discuss them by reason, so it seems to me to be negligence if, after we are confirmed in the faith, we do not study to understand what we believe." The Dogmatik of Scheeben is a profuse exposition of the deep things of faith in the light of intelligence guided by the illumination of the Church. Although, as Gregory of Valentia teaches, in accordance with the Catholic schools, that Theology is not a science proprie dicta, because it cannot be resolved into first principles that are self-evident, nevertheless it is higher than all sciences, because it can be resolved into the science of God and of the Blessed, known to us by revelation and faith. Theology may for that cause be called wisdom, which is higher than all science, and also it may be called science for many reasons. First, because, if it be not a science as to its principles, it is so as to its form, method, process, development. and transmission; and because, if its principles are not evident, they are in all the higher regions of it infallibly certain; and because many of them are necessary and eternal truths. Revelation, then, contemplated and transmitted in exactness and method, may be called a science and the queen of sciences, the chief of the hierarchy of truth; and it enters and takes the first place in the intellectual system and tradition of the world. It possesses all the qualities and conditions of science so far as its subject-matter admits; namely, certainty as against doubt, definiteness as against vagueness, harmony as against discordance, unity as against incoherence, progress as against dissolution and stagnation. A knowledge and belief of the existence of God has never been extinguished in the reason of mankind. The poly theisms and idolatries which surrounded it were corruptions of a central and dominant truth, which, although obscured, was never lost. And the tradition of this truth was identified with the higher and purer operations of the natural reason, which have been called the intellectual system of the world. The mass of mankind, howsoever debased, were always theists. Atheists were anomalies and exceptions, as the blind among men. The theism of the primaeval revelation formed the intellectual system of the heathen world. The theism of the patriarchal revelation formed the intellectual system of the Hebrew race. The theism revealed in the incarnation of God has formed the intellectual system of the Christian world. "Sapientia redificavit sibi domum." The science or knowledge of God has built for itself a tabernacle in the intellect of mankind, inhabits it, and abides in it The intellectual science of the world finds its perfection in the scientific expression of the theology of faith. But from first to last the reason of man is the disciple, not the critic, of the revelation of God: and the highest science of the human intellect is that which, taking its preamble from the light of nature, begins in faith; and receiving its axioms from faith, expands by the procession of truth from truth. The great value of Scheeben's work is in its scientific method, its terminology, definitions, procedure, and unity. It requires not only reading but study; and study with patient care and conscientious desire to understand. Readers overrun truths which they have not mastered. Students leave nothing behind them until it is understood.

A Manual of Theology

Author : Joseph Agar Beet
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The One Hundred Texts

Author : Rev T. C. Hammond
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

A Manual of Dogmatic Theology

Author : Adolphe Tanquerey
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