3 edition of A History of the Theology of the Disciples of Christ found in the catalog.
1907 by Christian Publishing Co. .
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Books that speak to the History and theological expressions of the Disciples of Christ and the Stone Campbell Movement. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
Also published under title: The rise of the current reformation, or, A study in the history of theology of the Disciples of Christ.
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. "Disciples and Theology" was written with the idea of tracing the development of theology within the Stone-Campbell movement. I did not read the entire book, but just the first three chapters. After the first three chapters the book rows down the "Disciples of Christ" movement and leaves the churches of Christ thought completely/5(3).
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"Disciples and Theology" was written with the idea of tracing the development of theology within the Stone-Campbell movement.
I did not read the entire book, but just the first three chapters. After the first three chapters the book rows down the "Disciples of Christ" movement and leaves the churches of Christ thought completely/5(5). "In Theology as Discipleship, Keith Johnson invites readers to inhabit a rich theological landscape as followers of Christ.
Johnson's book overflows with wisdom and joy as he shows how Christians of all vocations are called to live in union with Christ, being reshaped by /5(14). The doctrine of the Trinity, considered the core of Christian theology by Trinitarians, is the result of continuous exploration by the church of the biblical data, thrashed out in debate and treatises, eventually formulated at the First Council of Nicaea in AD in a way they believe is consistent with the biblical witness, and further refined in later councils and writings.
In this fresh and engaging text, Keith Johnson examines how the discipline of theology not only leads to discipleship, but is itself a way of following after Christ in faith. Unlike other introductions that overview doctrines according to the Apostles' Creed, Johnson presents theology by describing the Christian life—being in Christ, hearing God's Word and sharing the mind of Christ.
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19th Century Revival Meeting. The American frontier of the early 19th century was brimming with religious fervor. While the human spirit was being awakened in the cities of the United States, there was a special intensity to the revivals of the frontier.
Included in these revivals were churches that now comprise the Stone-Campbell heritage. The Christian Church, also called the Disciples of Christ, started in the United States from the 19th century Stone-Campbell Movement, or Restoration Movement, which stressed openness at the Lord's Table and freedom from creedal restrictions.
Today, this mainline Protestant denomination continues to fight racism, support missions, and work for Christian : Jack Zavada. We are Disciples of Christ, a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world. As part of the one body of Christ, we welcome all to the Lord's Table as God has welcomed us.
Disciples of Christ Identity Statement. Explore and learn more about the Disciples of Christ. New to the Disciples. Read our Mission, Vision and Confession. Disciples of Christ - Disciples of Christ - Churches of Christ in the 20th century: In the membership and leadership of the Churches of Christ were located mainly in the South, with heaviest concentrations in Tennessee and Texas.
The reported membership ofapparently did not include all who accepted the general position of the Churches of Christ. The rise of the current reformation; or, A study in the history of theology of the Disciples of Christ, (St.
Louis, Christian Pub. Co., ), by Hiram Van Kirk (page images at HathiTrust) Works of Elder B.W. Stone: to which is added a few discourses and sermons, original and selected / (Rosemead, Calif.: Old Paths Book Club, ), by.
Later, a second group of churches began to pull away from the Disciples of Christ, primarily in reaction to liberalism and denominational structures.
By these churches were listed separately in the Yearbook of American Churches as the “Christian Churches and Churches of Christ.” This group is also known as the North American Christian.
A COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF THE DISCIPLES OF CHRIST. A COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF THE DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Being an account of a century's effort to restore primitive Christianity in its Faith, Doctrine, and Life BY WILLIAM THOMAS MOORE, Size: 2MB. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.
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Christian Century "The very title of Allison's brief but engaging book signals that just as believers cannot be completely indifferent to the historical study of the Gospels without closing their faith to new challenges and insights, so historians, even if they are unbelievers, cannot escape the deeply theological nature of the life and teachings of Jesus.
Instructor: Rev. Ken Watson a Missouri native, was born in Joplin and grew up in Warrensburg. He is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) who has taught courses for Mid-America Center for Ministry sinceprimarily a course in Disciple History and Polity.
# tbt The Disciples of Christ Historical Society's collection of the African American periodicals, the "Gospel Plea," and its succesor, the "Christian Plea," came from two significant gifts to DCHS in and Our periodical, "Discipliana," documents the gifts and describes how the collections of Sarah Lou Bostick and J.
B Lehman arrived 5/5(1). Walter Scott was one of the four key early leaders in the Restoration Movement, along with Barton W. Stone, Thomas Campbell and Thomas' son Alexander Campbell.
He was a successful evangelist and helped to stabilize the Campbell movement as it was separating from the Baptists. Disciples of Christ, group of Protestant churches that originated in the religious revival movements of the American frontier in the early 19th century. There are three major bodies of the Disciples of Christ, all of which stem from a common source.
The Churches of Christ emphasize rigorous adherence to the New Testament as the model for Christian faith, practice, and fellowship.
Elder Charles R. Whitfield writes a combination history and theology, Brief History of the Negro Disciples of Christ. Chief Elder William A. James passes. Teacher J. Battle writes a historical and theological treatise, The Colored Disciples of Eastern North Size: KB.
Theology for Disciples printed pages Dr. Stafford identifies the major themes of the church's message, doctrines, and beliefs, and shows how thoughtful reflection on these truths should lead not only to an informed faith but to responsible action. The historical Jesus, the human being who walked the roads of ancient Israel, gathered disciples, and was executed by the Romans, is often contrasted with the "Christ of.
Resurrection Appearances to James, Peter, Paul, and the Disciples It may come to the surprise of many readers that current scholarship holds that the disciples, James (Christ’s skeptical brother), Paul (the former Pharisee and early church persecutor), and Peter were convinced that the risen Christ had appeared to them, convincing them that.
Obra Hispana (National Hispanic Ministries) of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has requested a Spanish-language Disciples History and Polity course.
Lexington Theological Seminary is glad to offer this. Yara González-Justiniano, contingent faculty of Practical Theology, will be the professor. By D. Duane Cummins A revised edition of a Disciples classic, A Handbook for Today’s Disciples (Fifth Edition) is an overview of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) as the denomination approaches This handbook provides concise information on Disciples history, thought, worship, mission, and structure - a valuable resource for lifelong Disciples, newcomers to the.
Start studying Theology Chapter 7. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. What did Jesus do that made him recognizable to the disciples who had met him on the way to Emmaus.
How is Christ depicted in the Book of Revelation. son of man, lion of Juda, lamb of God. The Church of Christ is one of several Christian denominations to arise from the American Reformation Movement of the 19th century.
They practice strict biblical adherence and follow traditions of the early Christian church. Discover 10 things to know about the Church of Christ history and beliefs. CHRISTIAN CHURCH (DISCIPLES OF CHRIST).
The Disciples of Christ in Texas are a part of a movement started by Barton W. Stone in Kentucky inand by Thomas and Alexander Campbell and Walter Scott in Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio between and The two groups united inand the church moved westward with the tide of migration.
He has been a pastor and college chaplain. His books include Protestant Spirituality Exercises: Theology, History and Practice published inand in he published the well received Spiritually Informed Pastoral Care: The Elder's Ministry of Care-giving in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
Transubstantiation – The Roman Catholic view is that the bread and wine objectively become the body and blood of Christ when the priest consecrates them.
More technically, while the. The beauty of "church" as experienced among the Disciples of Christ is that doing theology is not the domain solely of a "theology commission" but involves the whole church in all its expressions.
That is why the reissue of this small volume becomes important to encourage all Disciples, clergy and laity alike, to wrestle with the basic Brand: Chalice Press. The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), as it is formally recognized, is a mainline Protestant denomination originating from the American revival movements in the early 19th century.
Hatch, Nathan O., “Sola Scriptura and Novus Ordo Seclorum,” in The Bible in America: Essays in Cultural History (New York, ), pp. 59 – 78, and “The Christian Movement and the Demand for a Theology of the People,” Journal of American History 67 (): – Cited by: 6. More than simply a series of chapters on the theology of John's Gospel, Jesus is the Christ relates each of John's teachings to his declared aim, expressed in John "Jesus did many other signs before his disciples, which have not been written in this book; but these have been written that you believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing you Brand: Wm.
Eerdmans Publishing Co. Every layperson would profit from studying this up-to-date textbook of the movement's teachings. Foreword by James Earl Massey. The second edition features a new, contemporary text design that is easier to read, footnotes, and a comprehensive bibliography.
Theology for Disciples, Second Edition () by Gilbert W. StaffordBrand: Warner Press. From the ongoing study of Restoration history, a set of “Church History Principles” emerged to help guide the church’s reflections and discussions.
These principles have been distilled from the insights of past and present World Church leaders, church historians, theologians, and others. Christ’s, and Christ is God’s. (1 Cor. –23) In [Christ] are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. (Col. ) See to it that no one takes you captive by philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition, according to the elemental spirits of the world, and not according to Christ.
(Col. ).At Emory University, he has twice received the On Eagle's Wings Excellence in Teaching Award. In he received the Candler School of Theology Outstanding Service Award. His most recent award is the Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Religion for the ideas set forth in his book, Among the Gentiles: Greco-Roman Religion and Christianity.