History of Ethics Within Organized Christianity Classic Reprint

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Author: Thomas Cuming Hall

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Excerpt from History of Ethics Within Organized Christianity This Jesus appears, however, in history, primarily as a new inspiration and vital force. We have no detailed and exhaustive account of his activity and no exact summary of his actual doc trine. For a biography Of him we must depend upon the imperfect memories of loving interpreters, whose materials are given in such a way as to preclude accurate chronological rear rangement. At best such reordering is hypothetical, however attractive. Honest and devout men and women gave their ex planations Of what Jesus had taught, and interpreted him to the eager numbers who, after his death, became his followers. These questions they answered with a large freedom, SO that it is now often quite impossible to say how far we have the words Of Jesus and how far the commentary of the disciple.1 In some cases, as in the case Of Paul, the claim was advanced for inward Spiritual authority to speak in the name of Jesus even after his death. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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History of Ethics Within Organized Christianity

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Author: Thomas Cuming Hall

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HIST OF ETHICS W IN ORGANIZED

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Author: Thomas Cuming 1858-1936 Hall

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History of Ethics Within Organized Christianity

Strangely enough , the history of Christian ethics has had no adequate treatment by an English - writing student . The two volumes by F. D. Maurice on “ Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy , ” although abounding in learning and suggestion ...

Author: Thomas Cuming Hall

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The Promise of Lutheran Ethics

Gustafson , James M. Christ and the Moral Life , 116–49 . New York : Harper & Row , 1968. Discusses Luther under " Jesus Christ , the Justifier . " Hall , Thomas Cuming . History of Ethics within Organized Christianity , 468–504 .

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Here ten Lutheran theologians explore Lutheran emphases, themes, and approaches to offer their account of Christian ethics as a way of life in today's world. Writing in dialogue, they raise foundational concerns of biblical and theological sources and norms, of Christian freedom and responsibility, of call and social witness, of justice and formation in prayer. Then in a lively "Table Talk" the participants discuss and debate the tradition's insights and oversights and show how it might illumine today's burning ethical issues, such as homosexuality.
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Living as the Living Jesus

An Interpretation of Christian Ethics. ... Journal of Lutheran Ethics 2.8 (August 1, 2002). https://www.elca.org/jle/articles/931. ... Review of History of Ethics Within Organized Christianity, by Thomas Cuming Hall.

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One objective all Christians hold in common is to grow in maturity and faithfulness. Achieving that goal, however, is a constant and difficult challenge. Ethicist Kenneth W. M. Wozniak shows how the author of the epistle to the Hebrews argued that the mature Christian life is a disciplined one lived consistently in the moral realm of human experience. Although the authority for such living traditionally has been the picture of Jesus as found in the Gospels, that picture is only a partial and incomplete one. It does not include Hebrews' essential depiction of the current, living Jesus--both exalted Son and High Priest--who is the focus of worship and whom Christians claim to follow. Wozniak argues that only the often-ignored Jesus of Hebrews, when coupled with the Jesus pictured in the Gospels, is the complete Jesus Christians must obey, emulate, and implant within themselves if they are to live as mature followers of Jesus; it is to this Jesus that they must respond if they are to live faithfully as those who claim "Jesus is Lord!"
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The Learned Doctor William Ames

The purpose of the ethical enterprise was to promote “Godliness, and a Christian life” by making piety explicit in everyday ... 1881–87), II, 152; Thomas C. Hall, History of Ethics within Organized Christianity (New York, 1910), pp.

Author: Keith L. Sprunger

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The Collected Writings of James Leo Garrett Jr 1950 2015 Volume Four

Cf. Brace, Gesta Christi; Luthardt, History of Christian Ethics; Hall, History of Ethics within Organized Christianity; and Widgery, Christian Ethics in History and Modern Life. 14 “A Reappraisal of Chalcedon” (1974)379 T he doctrine ...

Author: James Leo Garrett Jr.

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James Leo Garrett Jr. has been called "the last of the gentlemen theologians" and "the dean of Southern Baptist theologians." In The Collected Writings of James Leo Garrett Jr., 1950-2015, the reader will find a truly dazzling collection of works that clearly evince the meticulous scholarship, the even-handed treatment, the biblical fidelity, the wide historical breadth, and the honest sincerity that have made the work and person of James Leo Garrett Jr. so esteemed and revered among so many for so long. Volume 4 is the first of two volumes that will contain his theological essays. Spanning sixty-five years and touching on topics from Baptist history, theology, ecclesiology, church history and biography, religious liberty, Roman Catholicism, and the Christian life, The Collected Writings of James Leo Garrett, Jr., 1950-2015 will inform and inspire readers regardless of their religious or denominational affiliations.
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Unity and Continuity in Covenantal Thought

... of Christian Ethics (Grand Rapids, 1970), 20; H. J. Forstmann, Word and Spirit (Stanford, 1962), 136, who writes of “a legalistic understanding of the Christian faith”; T. C. Hall, History of Ethics Within Organized Christianity ...

Author: Andrew A. Woolsey

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

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The Necessity of Atheism

In the “History of Ethics Within Organized Christianity” is recorded, “The Church, as such, never contemplated doing away with slavery as such, even though Stoicism had denounced it as 'Contra Mundum.' Nowhere does the early Church ...

Author: David M. Brooks

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ISBN: 9781447498087

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This antiquarian book contains a fascinating treatise on atheism, religion, and science. A thought-provoking and informative exploration of the ostensibly opposed ideas and beliefs of science and popular religion, this volume is highly recommended for those with an interest in the development of religious beliefs and the validity of alternative theories. The chapters of this book include: “The Revolution of Religious Beliefs”, “The Koran and the Old and New Testaments”, “The Prophets Mohammed, Jesus, And Moses – Charlatans or Victims of Mental and Physical Disease”, “Soundness of a Foundation for A Belief in a Deity”, “The Persistence of Religion”, “Religion and Science”, etcetera. Many antiquarian books such as this are increasingly hard to come by and expensive, and it is with this in mind that we are republishing this book now in an affordable, modern, high quality edition. It comes complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on atheism.
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Social Idealism and the Changing Theology

A Study of the Ethical Aspects of Christian Doctrine Gerald Birney Smith ... The " true ” church must be able to prove that History of Ethics within Organized Christianity ( New York , 1910 , p . 102 ) . * 1 Timothy vi : 3 ff .

Author: Gerald Birney Smith

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"This volume contains the substance of the lectures which were delivered on the Nathaniel William Taylor foundation at the Spring conference of alumni of Yale Divinity School and ministers of Connecticut at New Haven in April, 1912. After they had been delivered, it seemed best to profit by the comments of those who heard them, and to gain the advantage of criticisms on the part of two or three friends who were good enough to read the manuscript. As a result, some minor changes have been made so as to avoid misinterpretation in one or two points; but the substance of the discussion remains practically unchanged. The final lecture of the course, which was too long to be read in its entirety, has been divided and slightly expanded in order to give space for a more detailed exposition." -- From the Preface
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The Necessity of Atheism

There can be no comparison, therefore, between Pagan and Christian slavery, except to the detriment of the latter. The Christian slave trade represents one of the ... In the "History of Ethics Within Organized Christianity" is recorded, ...

Author: Dr. D. M. Brooks

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The Necessity of Atheism is an essay on atheism by Dr. D.M. Brooks. Plain speaking is necessary in any discussion of religion, for if the freethinker attacks the religious dogmas with hesitation, the orthodox believer assumes that it is with regret that the freethinker would remove the crutch that supports the orthodox. And all religious beliefs are "crutches" hindering the free locomotive efforts of an advancing humanity. There are no problems related to human progress and happiness in this age which any theology can solve, and which the teachings of freethought cannot do better and without the aid of encumbrances.
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The Story of Christianity in Outline

Weiss ' construction of the ethical standards , motives , and ideal of Paul . ... 436 ff , Hall's " History of Ethics within Organized Christianity , " pp . 105–576 , and Moehlman , " The Story of the Ten Commandments .

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Christian Ethics

A history of Western morals . New York , 1959 . Broad , C. D. Five types of ethical theory . New York , 1930 . Hall , T. C. History of Christian ethics within organized Christianity . London and New York , 1910 . Heard , Gerald .

Author: Otto A. Piper

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The Book Buyer

HISTORY OF ETHICS WITHIN ORGANIZED CHRISTIANITY ” . * THOMAS CUMING HALL , D.D. , Professor losophy and the ethics of the church of Christian Ethics in the Union Theological are conceived as merging in one inquiry Seminary ...

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Christianity and Ethics

2 - HISTORY OF ETHICS Soo Histories of Philosophy : Ueberwog , Erdmann , Windelband , Schwegler , Maurice , Rogers ; Alexander ... Ethik in d . Neueren Philosophie ; T. C. Hall , History of Ethics within Organized Christianity , 1910.

Author: Archibald Browning Drysdale Alexander

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Psychoanalysis History and Radical Ethics

Despite his relentless critique – in part, perhaps, indebted to Nietzsche – of organized Christianity, Jung's archetypes link him to the history of religions – the famous historian of religion Mircea Eliade15 spoke at Jung's Eranos ...

Author: Donna Orange

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Psychoanalysis, History, and Radical Ethics: Learning to Hear explores the importance of listening, being able to speak, and those who are silenced, from a psychoanalytic perspective. In particular, it focuses on those voices silenced either collectively or individually by trauma, culture, discrimination and persecution, and even by the history of psychoanalysis. Drawing on lessons from philosophy and history as well as clinical vignettes, this book provides a comprehensive guide to understanding the role of trauma in creating silence, and the importance for psychoanalysts of learning to hear those silenced voices.
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The Principles of Christian Ethics

mistake to suppose that the Christian moral ideal is sharply and exhaustively defined in the New Testament , that it ... Christian ethics written in English is Thomas C. Hall , History of Ethics Within Organized Christianity ( 1910 ) .

Author: Albert Cornelius Knudson

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The Outlook

A HISTORY OF ETHICS WITHIN ORGANIZED CHRISTIANITY . By DR . THOMAS CUMING HALL . Demy Svo , 12s . 6d . net . A learned and illuminating study of ethical theory and ethical ideals within the various branches of the Christian Church .

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