The heritage of Christian thought : essays in honor of Robert Lowry Calhoun / edited by Robert E. Cushman and Egil Grislis
- Cushman, Robert Earl
- New York : Harper & Row, 
- [1st ed.].
- Physical Description:
- ix,243 pages : portrait ; 25 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Calhoun, Robert Lowry, 1896-1983 and Grislis, Egil
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- Preface, by R. E. Cushman -- A biographical sketch. To recall in gratitude Robert Lowry Calhoun. By V. Corwin -- The sense of tradition in the ante-Nicene church, by A. C. Outler -- St. Anselm on the harmony between God's mercy and God's justice, by G. S. Heyer, Jr -- The a priori in St. Thomas' theory of knowledge, by G. A. Lindbeck -- The role of consensus in Richard Hooker's method of theological enquiry, by E. Grislis -- Spinoza on theology and truth, by W. A. Christian -- Pascal's wager argument, by R. Hazelton -- The hermeneutics of holiness in Wesley, by C. Michalson -- Original sin and the enlightenment by C. A. Holbrook -- The Christology of Paul Tillich, by R. E. Cushman -- Two models of transcendence: An inquiry into the problem of theological meaning, by G. D. Kaufman -- Analogy as a principle of theological method historically considered, by N. C. Nielsen, Jr -- Modern Papal social teaching, by R. P. Ramsey -- A select bibliography of Robert Lowry Calhoun's writings, by R. P. Morris and J. E. McFarland (p.239-243).
- Bibliography Note:
- Bibliographical footnotes.
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