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The principle of Protestantism as related to the present state of the church

Philip Schaff

The principle of Protestantism as related to the present state of the church

by Philip Schaff

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Published by Publication Office Of The German Reformed Church in Chambersburg, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Protestantism,
  • Mercersburg theology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Philip Schaf [sic] ; translated from the German with an introduction by John W. Nevin.
    SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 14465.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination215 p.
    Number of Pages215
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13558003M
    LC Control Number87727815
    OCLC/WorldCa14181110

    Protestantism A brief overview of the History of Protestant Christianity During the Middle Ages the Roman Catholic Church held a virtual monopoly of faith in Western Europe. However, between the 14th and 17th centuries a series of Northern European reforms led to what is now called the “Protestant Reformation” culminating in a mass exodusFile Size: 72KB. The principle of Protestantism as related to the present state of the church: ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, Religious Encyclopaedia.

    Protestantism, however, by no means despises or rejects church authority as such, but only subordinates it to, and measures its value by, the Bible, and believes in a progressive interpretation of the Bible through the expanding and deepening consciousness of Christendom.   You might be interested in a collection of books by Philip Schaff from Logos Bible Software, especially The Principle of Protestantism as Related to the Present State of the Church. on October 23 at pm | Reply C. C. Evans.

      It was very proper, indeed, when some things in this book did concern the then present state of the Church, and some other thing that did relate to the future condition of it, to say, as in chap. , that the prophecy related to the things that were shortly to come to pass: because not only were those things to be soon fulfilled that concerned.   Octo , will mark the five-hundredth anniversary of the Reformation. Martin Luther’s nailing of his Ninety-five Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Church on that day in has proven to be one of the most important events in the history of the world.


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The Principle of Protestantism as Related to the Present State of the Church Full view - The Principle of Protestantism as Related to the Present State of the Church grew out of Schaff’s inaugural address delivered at Reading, Pennsylvania on Octo This volume outlines the goals and intentions of Protestantism—both theologically and culturally—in the context of particular nineteenth century challenges.

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Skip to main content. This banner text can have The Principle of Protestantism as Related to the Present State of the Church The Principle of Protestantism as Related to the Present State of the Church by Philip : The Formal Principle. So much for the material principle of Protestantism, by which direct and full access has been made good for man to the grace of God in Christ.

This doctrine was brought to the. An excellent, deep book by a man more known for church history than his theology. His claim, inthat the two greatest threats to Protestantism were rationalism and sectarianism have proven to be true.

One the most astounding aspects of the book is Schaff's ability to /5. Other articles where Protestant principle is discussed: Paul Tillich: Development of his philosophy: which he called the “Protestant principle,” could be given a far wider scope than previously had been thought.

Not limited to the classical religious question of how sinful man can be acceptable to a holy God, it could be understood to encompass man’s intellectual life as well, and thus. _____, “Catholic Unity,” in Philip Schaff, The Principle of Protestantism as Related to the Present State of the Church (Chambersburg, PA: Publication Office of the German Reformed Church, ) available more recently in an edition by Augustine Thompson (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock).

The Principle of Protestantism as Related to the Present State of the Church grew out of Schaff's inaugural address delivered at Reading, Pennsylvania on Octo This volume outlines the goals and intentions of Protestantism—both theologically and culturally—in the context of particular nineteenth century challenges.

Schaff, Philip, The principle of Protestantism as related to the present state of the church / (Chambersburg, Pa.: "Publication Office" of the German Reformed Church, ) (page images at HathiTrust).

The Principles of Protestantism, Part 2 – Introduction Introduction: Christianity in America today is in rapid decline It should be clear to anyone who pays attention to various polls and statistics that are conducted concerning the present health of the Christian church in.

Protestantism is popularly considered to have begun in Germany in when Martin Luther published his Ninety-five Theses as a reaction against abuses in the sale of indulgences by the Roman Catholic Church, which purported to offer the remission of the temporal punishment of sins to their purchasers.

Formal principle and material principle are two categories in Christian theology to identify and distinguish the authoritative source of theology from the theology itself, especially the central doctrine of that theology, of a religion, religious movement, tradition, body, denomination, or organization.

A formal principle tends to be texts or revered leaders of the religion, while a material principle is its central.

Protestantism arose in the 16th-century Protestant Reformation, which took place mainly in Germany, Switzerland, and Britain. Protestants reject the authority of the Pope and many other Catholic traditions and beliefs, emphasize the importance of reading the Bible, and hold to the doctrine of salvation by faith alone.

Protestantism encompasses numerous denominational groups, including. Reformed and Presbyterian churches, name given to various Protestant churches that share a common origin in the Reformation in 16th-century ed is the term identifying churches regarded as essentially Calvinistic in doctrine.

The term presbyterian designates a collegial type of church government by pastors and by lay leaders called elders, or presbyters, from the New Testament. The principle of Protestantism as related to the present state of the church () translated by John W.

Nevin. History of the apostolic church: with a general introduction to church history () translated by Edward D. Yeomans. The life and labors of St. Augustine () translated by Thomas Conrad Porter.

The Principles of Protestantism, Part 1 – Preface So what is so relevant about the Protestant Reformation and its principles in relation to the present day state of the church.

It is simply this, that the issues and principles which defined the Reformation are fundamentally biblical and involve the heart of what constitute true Christian. Knudson insists that the cardinal principle of Protestantism is "the inspiration of the individual and the consequent right of private judgment," as opposed to Rome's claim to be the.

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