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SH: Yes -- you know, the whole point of how he was fond of quoting the London Times that original sin was the only Christian doctrine that was empirically verifiable.
The Word of Truth: A Summary of Christian Doctrine Based on Biblical Revelation (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1981), 427-33.
They would surely replace it with their own world view, founded on their particular understanding of Christian doctrine.
In teaching about the Trinity, the Christian doctrine of three persons in one God, the great saint held up a shamrock, explaining the three leaves represented the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, while the stem was the godhead itself from which they proceeded.
This is simply historic and prophetic orthodox Christian doctrine that most theologians, Christian and non-Christian, have understood for two millennia.
Specifically, he argues that the Christian doctrine of redemptive suffering is fundamentally and irreparably flawed.
Paul's letter to the Romans is generally read as an exposition of Christian doctrine or a window into early Christianity, but Jennings (biblical and philosophical theology, Chicago Theological Seminary) argues that it develops a messianic politics that stands in contrast to the political order established by Rome and as an alternative to the polity of Moses or of the Judeans.
This comprehensive, albeit concise, anthology on diverse aspects of Orthodox Christian doctrine portrays principal themes and persons, nature and development, of the Eastern patristic tradition and contemporary Orthodox thought.
She was a member of Our Lady of the Lake Church in Leominster, where she taught Confraternity of Christian Doctrine for eight years.
Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery" is a look at the government's relations with the native people of this country and how the treatment of the natives, non-Christian indigenously, may be part of a sub-conscious Christian doctrine that the country has been following for centuries.
The principal Christian texts are The Institutes, much influenced by Augustine's On Christian Doctrine (tr.
Opening the book with his case for a Christian doctrine of universal salvation, Dr.
In the light of current challenges to historic Christian doctrine from various quarters, and of the growing influence of different kinds of "post-modern" theory which question the very idea of universal and abiding truth, the Primates wish to reaffirm the commitment of the Anglican Communion to the truths of the fundamental teachings of the faith we have received from Holy Scripture and the Catholic Creeds.
One wonders what the Christian side would have replied--had they said anything at all--to Blumenthal's blunt assertion that "the bloody history of Christian-Jewish relations makes it impossible for a traditional Jew to identify with any specifically Christian doctrine, even if it were otherwise true.
While the Mormon baptismal rite refers to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Mormon beliefs about the identity of the three persons is so different from Catholic and mainline Christian belief that "one cannot even consider this doctrine to be a heresy arising from a false understanding of Christian doctrine," said a Vatican explanation of the ruling.
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