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The Spiritual Structures Of Jonathan Edwards, Allen C. Guelzo Apr 1993

The Spiritual Structures Of Jonathan Edwards, Allen C. Guelzo

Civil War Era Studies Faculty Publications

Thomas Chalmers once wrote in admiration of Jonathan Edwards that "I have long esteemed him as the greatest of theologians, combining in a degree that is unexampled the profoundly intellectual with the devotedly spiritual and sacred, and realizing in his own person a most rare yet more beautiful harmony between the simplicity of the Christian pastor on the one hand, and, on the other, all the strength and prowess of a giant in philosophy. And yet, despite Chalmer's insistence on balancing Edwards's intellectial eminence with his spirituality, the spiritual structures of Jonathan Edwards remain very much an unexplored ...


Historicization And Christian Theological Method, John T. Baldwin Jan 1993

Historicization And Christian Theological Method, John T. Baldwin

Journal of the Adventist Theological Society

No abstract provided.


Foreword To Old Ship Of Zion, Vincent L. Wimbush Jan 1993

Foreword To Old Ship Of Zion, Vincent L. Wimbush

CGU Faculty Publications and Research

Walter F. Pitts died July 20, 1991. I did not know him personally; I came to know only a part of him through the manuscript-obviously an important part of his life-that has been transformed into the book now before the reader. If that which is created is in the image of its creator, I suspect that had I met Walter Pitts I probably would have liked him very much; I know I would have been impressed by him, and would have learned a great deal from him.

At first, when I was asked by Oxford University Press to review Pitts ...


William Clarence (W. C.) White: His Relationship To Ellen G. White And Her Work, Jerry Moon Jan 1993

William Clarence (W. C.) White: His Relationship To Ellen G. White And Her Work, Jerry Moon

Dissertations

The topic. William Clarence White (1854-1937), third son of Seventh-day Adventist founders James and Ellen G. White, was for thirty-four years his mother's counselor, editor, and spokesman. He was alleged by some to stand in a manipulative relationship to his mother and her work, a charge she denied.

The purpose. The purpose of the study was to describe, analyze, and evaluate W. C. White's relationship to his mother and her work during her lifetime. This purpose required the development of a partial biographical sketch of W. C. White as a context for understanding his relationship to his mother ...


Menorah Review (No. 28, Spring, 1993) Jan 1993

Menorah Review (No. 28, Spring, 1993)

Menorah Review

Counterpart Communities -- Peace and Existenz -- The Meaning is in the Meeting -- Judenthum As the Quintessential Other -- Focusing -- Book Briefings


Menorah Review (No. 27, Winter, 1993) Jan 1993

Menorah Review (No. 27, Winter, 1993)

Menorah Review

Transcending Tolerance -- In the Lifeboat Together: American Protestants and Jews -- Great Jewish Thinkers -- Beyond Words -- Book Briefings


Menorah Review (No. 29, Fall, 1993) Jan 1993

Menorah Review (No. 29, Fall, 1993)

Menorah Review

Louis D. Brandeis and the Empowering of American Jewery (Part 1 of 2) -- Christian Anti-Semitism, Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust (Part 1 of 2) -- The Enigma of Mass Death -- The Jesus of History and the Christ of Faith: Critical Investigation and Confession in the Classroom -- Balancing -- Book Briefings


“As Good Friends.” Reflections On The Development Of The Concept Of Fraternal Life In The Congregation Of The Mission, John E. Rybolt Dec 1992

“As Good Friends.” Reflections On The Development Of The Concept Of Fraternal Life In The Congregation Of The Mission, John E. Rybolt

John E Rybolt

This study intends (1) to examine the Common Rules and several additional documents to reveal, at least in part, the mind of Vincent de Paul, (2) to go beyond documents to actual experiences, and (3) to trace the development of the concept of fraternal life in our modern documents.