Christianity and the nature of history

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Published by University Press. in Cambridge, [Eng.] .

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  • Christianity,
  • History

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Statementby H. G. Wood. Hulsean lectures, 1933-1934.
ContributionsHulsean lectures, 1933-1934.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBR115.H5 W6
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxviii, 224 p.
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6317994M
LC Control Number35004541
OCLC/WorldCa761280

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Originally published inthis book examines whether Christianity's emphasis on 'historic happenings' is 'in line with the nature of history as the modern historian conceives it', whether the Christian devotion to the historical person of Jesus can be justified, and considers the role of God's providence in human : H.

Wood. Christianity and the nature of history --Great men and social forces in history --The guiding hand of God in history --The prophetic interpretation of history --Christianity and progress --The religion of time and the religion of eternity. Christianity and the Nature of History Cambridge.

University. Hulsean lectures, Hulsean lectures ; Hulsean lectures: Author: Herbert George Wood: Publisher: University Press, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. This changed during the Scientific Revolution: commentary on ancient texts was out, and experiments were in.

The divinely authored “book of nature,” accessed by observations and experiments, came to be seen as more authoritative than any merely human book, regardless of its author.

Christianity and the nature of history. New York: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Online version: Wood, H.G. (Herbert George), Christianity and the nature of history.

New York: MacMillan ; Cambridge [England]: University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: H G Wood. Most of the book is, by nature, extrapolation based on a very fragmented set of documents and conflicting histories, but MacCulloch is always overanxious to undermine Christianity by taking huge leaps of speculation and is never, at least that I saw in the first pages, willing to This book should have been called Christianity: A Speculative History from a Somewhat Antagonistic.

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Arthur Marwicks The Nature of History would make a pretty good primer on the history of history, if it were still Nonetheless, it is extremely interesting to read the view of history frombefore cliometrics, before Foucault and the explosion of Identity politics, hell, even before Fukuyama and the triumph of the financier over democracy, post-cold war/5(2).

Human Nature and the Purpose of Existence. Christianity teaches that the universe was created through love by an intelligent power, namely the God of the Bible. Creation was purposeful, not. Christianity’s Most Significant Mark on Culture. According to Herman Bavinck (), a Dutch Reformed theologian and pastor, the very understanding of history itself Christianity and the nature of history book transformed by Christianity.

In fact, it was, above all, in the changed perception of history that Christianity left its most significant mark on culture. Just curious as to what some of you think are the best/most accurate/objective books on Christianity and the nature of history book history.

I've just finished Diarmaid MacCullock's "A History of Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years" upon Christopher Hitchen's recommendation in one of his final debates (certainly more objective than his own account).

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For Paul, the historicity of the resurrection was a necessary condition for the truth of Christianity and the validity of Christian. Study of the former is usually referred to as historical theology or the history of Christian thought or the history of Christian doctrine. The latter is often referred to as Church history, and.

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Because if you say there is a distinct human nature of Jesus Christ, alongside his divine nature, you can say, ‘Well, that human nature is quite like us.’ You can aspire to be like God – and it may put a terrible responsibility on you.

Furthermore, the book of nature reveals God’s invisible qualities. The apostle Paul said exactly that: “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse” (Romans ).

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Power Point: The History of Science and Religion Kb. Notes to accompany A History of Science and Christianity. The ancient world: Chaos vs Cosmos. Thales ( BC) Predicted a Solar Eclipse: Nature is predictable. Cosmos and the human mind. Melvin Calvin (atheist expert on the chemical origin of life):?The fundamental conviction.

The Christian church has had a continuing concern for the relation between God, man, and nature. Since Western science emerged in cultures dominated by Christianity we might ask how Christianity influenced attitudes toward nature and the practice of what was. ‘(The Natural History of Religion” was published by Hume at the beginning ofafter his reputation had been established by his earlier ‘(Essays ” and the first two volumes of his ‘I History of England ”.

It is the one of his works which most explicitly asserts his Deism ; but on. Christianity - Christianity - History of Christian myth and legend: Hellenistic Judaism had already reinterpreted many Gentile motifs and set them within a biblical context.

From Jewish sources Christians adopted and adapted some mythical themes: the creation of the world, the end of the paradisal condition and the fall of humankind, the assumption of human form by a god, the saved saviour.

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It is the world's largest religion with about billion followers. To this day Edwards's Treatise Concerning Religious Affections has, for profound insight into the nature of religious experience, only one rival.

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see Christian Beliefs about Human Nature: born with equal ability to do good or evil. Lynn White, "The Historical Roots of our Ecological Crisis," Science (): For an understanding of the debate surrounding this article see Ecology and Religion in History, David and Eileen Spring, ed.(New York: Harper, ), and James A.

Nash, Loving Nature: Ecological Integrity and Christian Responsibility, (Nashville: Abingdon, ), pp. Books on the context in which the Jesus sect arose within Judaism: Bart Ehrman, Jesus: Apocalyptic Prophet of the New Millennium () E.P.

Sanders, The Historical Figure of Jesus () Geza Vermes, Jesus the Jew () Maurice Casey, Jesus. ‘Nature’ is God’s creation — nature is not God. Mankind is to use but not abuse nature.

In spite of his excellent title, Campolo’s approach is too close to worshipping nature. For that reason I cannot recommend this book as a real contribution to the Christian approach to. An overview article on the nature of history. The principal office of history I take to be this: to preserve the memory of virtuous actions, and to prevent evil words and deeds by instilling the fear of an infamous reputation with posterity - Tacitus (55 - AD).

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Christianity and History: Essays E. Harris Harbison If a man sets himself to ponder hard and long about some big problem—such as the nature of God or of man or of society or of the universe—if he honestly tries to take all the relevant facts into account.

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