3 edition of Of the reasonableness of Christian religion found in the catalog.
Of the reasonableness of Christian religion
|Statement||by H.H., D.D.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 187:2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 56 p.|
|Number of Pages||56|
# in Nonfiction, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity, General Christianity # in Nonfiction, History The Reasonableness of Christianity. This book is years old. 3 more photos available upon request. Thousands of es and Collectibles. Antique,Book,Reasonableness and Certainty of Christian Religion R Jenkin V2 | Seller Rating: % positive.
Buy a cheap copy of The Reasonableness of Christianity with book by John Locke. A new and manageable edition of Locke has been badly needed. Professor Ramsey's judicious editing of these important texts fills the need and greatly enhances the Free shipping over $/5(1). Defends the Gospel of Jesus Christ and classical confessional Calvinism. The term "Reformed" refers to the five solas of the Reformation and the two classical confessional standards: the Three Forms of Unity, and the Westminster Standards. Isaiah ; Romans ,2.
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With a Discourse on Miracles and Part of A Third Letter Concerning Toleration. Introduced and edited by I. Ramsey. Stanford: Stanford University Press, ) Ramsey has brilliantly introduced and outlined the book, has abridged the text, and also introduced and edited some of Locke's arguments about miracles/5(11).
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This book continues his interest in logic, with special application to the reasonableness of Christianity.
It is well organized into three major areas: logic; logic applied; and Christianity. It will enhance the respect in which he is held as a Hegel scholar.” ― William Desmond Product by: 7. Get this from a library. Of the reasonableness of Christian religion.
[Henry Hammond]. The Reasonableness of Christianity Page 7 THE PREFACE. The little satisfaction and consistency that is to be found, in most of the systems of divinity I have met with, made me betake myself to the sole reading of the scriptures (to which they all appeal) for the understanding the Christian Religion.
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Religion Is A Major Asset Of Life Essay Words | 10 Pages. Religious Diversity, the atheistic challenges to doing Comparative Philosophy of Religion and the importance of these categories. The second part will delve into a deeper understanding of the Philosophy of Religion in which consistency, coherence and reasonableness will be defined.
Page - The God of Abraham and of Isaac and of Jacob, the God of our fathers, hath glorified his Son Jesus, whom ye delivered up, and denied him in the presence of Pilate, when he was determined to let him go. But ye denied the Holy One and the Just, and desired a murderer to be granted unto you, and killed the Prince of life ; whom God hath raised from the dead, whereof we are witnesses.
The Reasonableness of Religious Belief - Crisis Magazine. by kuhej Leave a Comment. Of the Reasonableness of Religion. Other articles where The Reasonableness of Christianity is discussed: John Locke: Other works: Locke’s The Reasonableness of Christianity() is the most important of his many theological writings.
Central to all of them is his belief that every individual has within him the abilities necessary to comprehend his duty and to achieve salvation with the aid of the Scriptures. These would be more helped by modern apologetics books.
However, those interested in an analysis of Jesus' ministry may benefit from Locke's book, provided they are motivated enough to endure his lengthy style. Those interested in Locke's philosophy may benefit more from the edition by I. Ramsey (John Locke. The Reasonableness of Christianity/5(11).
The question this essay posits might seem somewhat straightforward: What is meant by the term “reasonable” when Locke described Christianity by this term in his work, The Reasonableness of Christianity?The answer might even seem intuitive: It means that our faculty of reason allows for an accurate interpretation and understanding of the Word.
I am not convinced that Locke really proves the reasonableness of Christianity. He assumes many things that philosophers who followed him (e.g., David Hume) did not assume (e.g., the reality of miracles).
Locke is an important figure in the genealogy of philosophy, but I wouldn't go to him first to see the reasonableness of Christianity/5(5). In The Reasonableness of Christianity philosopher John Locke offers an antidogmatic, empirical, rational perspective on the Gospels. John Locke () is one of the greatest Western philosophers, whose thought is generally associated with the doctrines of empiricism and classical liberalism.
He is most famous for his Essay Concerning Human Understanding and The Second. The question this essay poses might seem somewhat straightforward: What is meant by the term “reasonable” when Locke described Christianity by this term in his work, The Reasonableness of Christianity?The answer might even seem intuitive: It means that our faculty of reason allows for an accurate interpretation and understanding of the Word.
The Reasonableness of Christianity As Delivered in the Scriptures John Locke Edited with an Introduction and Notes by John C. Higgins-Biddle. A Clarendon Press Publication. Clarendon Edition of the Works of John Locke. A classic investigation of the essentials of Christian belief. Genre/Form: Early works History Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jenkin, Robert, Reasonableness and certainty of the Christian religion.
Buy The Reasonableness of Christianity, and a Discourse of Miracles (Library of Modern Religious Thought) by Locke, John, Ramsey, I. T. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 8.In The Reasonableness of Christianity, as Delivered in the Scriptures, Locke sets out to apply empiricism to the Bible.
He argues that everything in Scripture agrees with human reason, that there is nothing unreasonable about Christ’s claims to divinity or the reports of miracles, and that the core beliefs of the Christian faith are clearly visible in Scripture.In The Reasonableness of Christianity philosopher John Locke offers an antidogmatic, empirical, rational perspective on the Gospels.
John Locke () is one of the greatest Western philosophers, whose thought is generally associated with the doctrines of /5.