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Late Patristic Developments on the Trinity in the East  

Andrew Louth

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Oct 2011
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Jan 2012
<p>This article examines Trinitarian theology in the fifth through the eighth centuries. It focuses on Cyril of Alexandria who served as a consolidator of Cappadocian doctrine, Dionysius the ... More

Luther on God and History  

Mark Thompson

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Apr 2014
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Dec 2013
Twentieth-century studies highlighted Luther’s extensive use of historical argument and his doctrine of God’s presence in and guidance of history, even though he doubted human ability to ... More

Medieval Trinitarian Theology from the Late Thirteenth to the Fifteenth Centuries  

Russell L. Friedman

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Oct 2011
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Jan 2012
<p>This article examines Trinitarian theology during the period from around 1250 until around 1500. It outlines some of the major positions and identifies their most important adherents. It describes ... More

Memory, Imagination, and the Interpretation of Scripture in the Middle Ages  

Mary Carruthers

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Jan 2011
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May 2011
In one of the most moving acts of his reign, when Charlemagne decided to collect a great library to build up the palace school of his court in Aachen, he did so first by bringing over from ... More

Nineteenth-Century Protestant Doctrines of the Trinity  

Samuel M. Powell

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Oct 2011
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Jan 2012
<p>This article aims to illustrate the prominent features of Trinitarian theology in nineteenth-century Protestant thought, focusing on developments in Germany. It shows that Friedrich Schleiermacher ... More

Reproducing Medieval Christianity  

Ruth Mazo Karras

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Nov 2014
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Mar 2014
This chapter examines three ways in which ideas about reproduction loomed large in medieval Christian culture: its relation to ideas about sexuality and nature, the somewhat overlapping ... More

Time and Christianity in Early Latin America  

Matthew O'Hara

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Mar 2020
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Mar 2020
The arrival of Christianity in the Americas and its long-term development throughout the colonial era were closely connected to questions of time—whether the human experience and ... More

The Wittenberg Circle  

Timothy J. Wengert

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Apr 2014
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Dec 2013
Luther’s reform efforts met success because of support from the team gathered in Wittenberg and beyond that carried out various aspects of reform. Luther’s Wittenberg colleagues, Philip ... More

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