Originally published in 1938, this book presents the content of six lectures delivered by the author at the University of Cambridge during the Lent term of 1936, as part of the Hulsean Lectures series. The text discusses the history of Christian doctrine from the close of the eighteenth century onwards, reviewing the main interpretations of Christ within theological thought. Concise, yet ambitious in scope, this book will be of value to anyone with an interest in theology, philosophy and the history of Christianity.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
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Table of Contents
Preface; 1. Introductory; 2. The Christology of Romanticism; 3. Process and incarnation; 4. Creeds, confessions and the new learning; 5. The fact of Christ; 6. The problem of Revelation; 7. The divinity of Jesus Christ; Index.