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Harnack - What is Christianity

Harnack - What is Christianity

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 WHAT IS CHRISTIANITY? WHAT IS CHRISTIANITY? WHAT IS CHRISTIANITY? WHAT IS CHRISTIANITY?
By  ADOLF HARNACK Translated by Thomas Bailey Saunders
Translation is in the Public Domain: 
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1900 Digital Edition Completed 2006 Please Distribute Freely 
 
 
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CONTENTSGeneral Scope of the LecturesI. THE GOSPEL: Preliminary (i.) The leading features of Jesus' messageThe kingdom of God and its comingGod the Father and the infinite value of the human soulThe higher righteousness and the commandment of love(ii.) The Gospel in relation to certain problemsThe Gospel and the world, or the question of asceticismThe Gospel and the poor, or the social questionThe Gospel and law, or the question of public orderThe Gospel and work, or the question of civilisationThe Gospel and the Son of God, or the Christological questionThe Gospel and doctrine, or the question of creed.II. THE GOSPEL IN HISTORY. The Christian religion(i.) In the Apostolic Age(ii.) In its Development into Catholicism(iii.) In Greek Catholicism(iv.) In Roman Catholicism(v.) In Protestantism
 
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 AUTHOR'S PREFACE TO THE ENGLISH EDITIONTo meet the wishes of my English friends I have assented to thepublication of these Lectures in English as well as in German,and, as my esteemed friend Mr. Bailey Saunders was so self-denying and obliging as to undertake the translation of them, I was sure of their being in the best hands. Whether there is asgreat a need in England as there is in Germany for a short andplain statement of the Gospel and Us history, I do not know.But this I know: the theologians of every country only half discharge their duties if they think it enough to treat of theGospel in the recondite language of learning and bury it inscholarly folios. A. HARNACK.Berlin, October 1900.

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