P.T. Forsyth Bibliography And Index

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The theological literature of the past 70 years reflects a steady interest in the theology of P.T. Forsyth (1848-1921), a Scottish Congregational theologian best known for anticipating the work of Karl Barth. This reference work provides an authoritative list of publications by and about Forsyth from 1886 to 1992. All but one of Forsyth's books lack indices, and this volume provides indices to the modern British editions of Forsyth's 22 major works. The bibliography is divided into two parts: works by Forsyth and...

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Overview

The theological literature of the past 70 years reflects a steady interest in the theology of P.T. Forsyth (1848-1921), a Scottish Congregational theologian best known for anticipating the work of Karl Barth. This reference work provides an authoritative list of publications by and about Forsyth from 1886 to 1992. All but one of Forsyth's books lack indices, and this volume provides indices to the modern British editions of Forsyth's 22 major works. The bibliography is divided into two parts: works by Forsyth and works about him. Each part is sub-divided into sections by type of work, such as anthologies and collections, books, and book chapters. The indexes include a cumulative Scripture index, a cumulative index of names and cited works, and individual Scripture and name indexes for each of Forsyth's books. These separate book indexes also provide the table of contents for each work. The volume concludes with a title index of Forsyth's writings and a name index to the Forsyth bibliography.

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Primary and secondary bibliographies of Scottish Congregationalist theologian Forsyth (1848-1921), citing works produced 1886-1992; and indices to the modern British editions of his 22 major works (he himself never bothered with them) along with tables of contents. Some entries are briefly annotated. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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ROBERT BENEDETTO is Associate Librarian at Union Theological Seminary in Virginia.

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Table of Contents

Foreword by Donald G. Miller

Introduction

P. T. Forsyth Bibliography, 1886-1992

Publications of P.T. Forsyth: Anthologies and Collections; Books; Contributions to books; Letters to the Editor; Pamphlets; Periodical Articles; Reviews of books and articles

Literature about P.T. Forsyth: Books; Encyclopedia and Dictionary articles; Essays, articles or parts in books; Periodical articles; Reports in newspapers; Reviews of books and articles; Theses and dissertations; Unpublished papers and records

Source Index for Principal Works

Scripture index

Index of names and cited works

Indices for separately published works

Religion in Recent Art

The Charter of the Church

Rome, Reform and Reaction

Positive Preaching and Modern Mind

Missions in State and Church

Socialism, the Church and the Poor

The Cruciality of the Cross

The Person and Place of Jesus Christ

The Work of Christ

Christ on Parnassus

Faith, Freedom and the Future

Marriage: Its Ethic and Religion

The Principle of Authority

Theology in Church and State

The Christian Ethic of War

The Justification of God

Soul of Prayer

The Church and the Sacraments

This Life and the Next

Congregationalism and Reunion

God the Holy Father

The Church, the Gospel and Society

Title Index of Forsyth's Writings

Name Index to Forsyth Bibliography

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