By Victoria La'Prote
An advent to Theology provides a full of life, modern method of theological questions. It bargains with a couple of major theological concerns together with the Enlightenment, biblical feedback, issues of the Creeds, smooth motives of lifestyles and its questions, and rebuilding theology within the glossy global.
The method is largely "problem centered" within the experience that it seeks to research and discover the problems with convinced features of Christian theology. The reader is requested to have interaction in and grapple with very important demanding situations to theology from the philosophical to the mental and sociological, together with philosophical demanding situations to theology from Plato to the current; the relevance of Creeds for modern theology; the clash among clinical and spiritual factors of occasions; the life of different religions; and demanding situations from Marxism, liberalism, and feminism.
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Marcion created his own canon 5 of scripture in the middle of the second century. His canon rejected the Old Testament writings, as well as anything Jewish in the New Testament. This eventuality placed pressure on the Church to clarify its own position as regards both the Old Testament and the New Testament traditions; it had to speed up their own process of developing an orthodox canon (which included the Old Testament and large parts of the New Testament omitted by Marcion). Lohse writes: To overestimate the significance of this decision would be difficult.
We notice here that Paul too upholds a variation of the logos philosophy. However, his 25 opponents argued that it was not only the will that was common to the Father and Son, but also the essence. There does not exist much reliable information concerning his beliefs. However, Eusebius of Caesarea reproduces a synodal letter produced during Paul's time, which accuses him of ± 38 ± Early Church controversies teaching doctrines, which `denied his Lord and God and repudiated the faith he himself had previously held'.
His canon rejected the Old Testament writings, as well as anything Jewish in the New Testament. This eventuality placed pressure on the Church to clarify its own position as regards both the Old Testament and the New Testament traditions; it had to speed up their own process of developing an orthodox canon (which included the Old Testament and large parts of the New Testament omitted by Marcion). Lohse writes: To overestimate the significance of this decision would be difficult. It is not diminished by the fact that at a time when councils were not meeting and official opinions were not being published, the church gained clarity about its faith and doctrine through its general rejection of Marcion.
An Introduction to Theology by Victoria La'Prote