Will Durant, Caesar and Christ

Excerpts from the third volume of Durant’s Story of Civilization: A History of Roman Civilization and of Christianity from their beginnings to A.D. 325 — Copyright by Will Durant. See the book at Amazon Contents VIII: Literature ... Read More | Share

A FORETASTE OF ETERNITY: HOW CHRISTIANITY CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE

Dinesh D Souza, The Greatness of Christianity: Table of Contents Cf. Dinesh D’souza, What’s So Great About Christianity, at Amazon “Finally it is not a matter of obedience. Finally it is a matter of love.” —Thomas ... Read More | Share

A CHALLENGE TO BELIEVERS AND UNBELIEVERS

Dinesh D Souza, The Greatness of Christianity: Table of Contents Cf. Dinesh D’souza, What’s So Great About Christianity, at Amazon CHRISTIANS ARE CALLED UPON to be “contenders” for their faith. This term suggests that ... Read More | Share

The Greatness of Christianity, A book by Dinesh D Souza

From Dinesh D’souza, What’s So Great About Christianity Contents A Note on the Interpretation of Scripture Preface: A Challenge to Believers and Unbelievers Part I: The Future of Christianity Chapter One: The Twilight of Atheism ... Read More | Share

Toynbee, Christianity is the purpose of all civilizations and the culmination of all religions

From Civilization on Trial, Oxford University Press, 1948. AS I WAS RE-READING my notes for this essay during the last few days, there floated into my mind the picture of a scene which was transacted in the capital of a great empire about ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Monarchianism, Sabellius, The Arian Controversy, Nicaea

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought – Table of Contents — Monarchianism. Sabellius. The Arian Controversy. Nicaea. — We finished yesterday with a special type of reaction against the Logos Christology, namely what is ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Irenaeus, Tertullian, and Hippolytus

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — Irenaeus, Tertullian, and Hippolytus. — Last time we finished with the description of that great movement called Gnosticism and which, more exactly, should be regarded as the wave of ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, The Apologetic Movement, Celsus, Justin Martyr

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — The Apologetic Movement. Celsus, Justin Martyr. — Today I want to start with something which can rightly be called the birthplace of a developed Christian theology, namely the ... Read More | Share

Berdyaev, Salvation And Creativity – Two Understandings of Christianity

Berdyaev, Salvation And Creativity Translated by Fr. Stephen Janos, with some grammatical corrections by Ellopos (perfectivity changed to perfection, etc) — “Serve ye one another, each by such gift, as he hath received, as good ... Read More | Share

12

You are currently browsing entries tagged with Christianity