Doxology: A Systematic Theology
OUP USA, 1984 - 624 頁
Seeks to identify and describe the continuing Christian vision, to trace its modes of transmission, and to permit it to illuminate the human context. The result is a systematic theology in the perspective of worship.
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The gift of the Spirit
The seal of the Spirit
The place of the saints
Institution and event
Structure and liberty
Hymns and scripture
Hymns complementary to creeds
Heart mind life and voice
LEX ORANDI 1 A Latin tag in modern use
Early use of the lex orandi principle
Characteristically Roman use
Systematic questions at issue
Unity and pluralism
Justification by faith
Love of the brethren
Hope for the world
SCRIPTURE 1 A holy book
The liturgical element in the Old Testament
The liturgical element in the New Testament
The canon established and defined
The scriptural witness
The variegated unity of the Bible
The liturgy as hermeneutical continuum
Preaching as application of the message
Divine presence and inspiration
CREEDS AND HYMNS 1 Confession of faith
Initiatory use of creeds
Recapitulatory use of creeds
Creeds and identity
Creeds and poetry
The place of hymns
Paradox and strange continuity
Catholics and Protestants
Doctrinal control over liturgy in the early Church
the Roman church
Doctrine and worship among the Reformers
Modern Protestant discussions
PART THREE CONTEXTUAL QUESTIONS
ECUMENISM 1 Communicatio in sacris?
Consensus in liturgical doctrine and practice?
Verbal or substantial agreement?
Wider doctrinal agreement liturgically formulated?
Local and universal unity?
Repristination or aggiornamento?
Archaeology or ephemerality?
Male or female?
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