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Pocket dictionary of theological terms

Author: Stanley J Grenz; David Guretzki; Cherith Fee Nordling
Publisher: Downers Grove, Ill. : InterVarsity Press, ©1999.
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stanley J Grenz; David Guretzki; Cherith Fee Nordling
ISBN: 0830814493 9780830814497
OCLC Number: 40762727
Description: 122 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: A posteriori, a priori --
Accommodation --
Adiaphora --
Adoption --
Adoptionism --
Advent --
Aesthetics (esthetics) --
Agnosticism --
Alexandrian school --
Allegory, allegorical method --
Amillennialism --
Anabaptist --
Analogy of being (analogia entis) --
Analogy of faith (analogia fidei) --
Analytical philosophy --
Anglican, Anglicanism --
Anhypostasis --
Animism --
Annihilationism --
Anselm of Canterbury --
Anthropology --
Anthropomorphism --
Antichrist --
Antinomianism --
Antinomy --
Antiochene school --
Apocalypse --
Apocalyptic literature, apocalypticism --
Apokatastasis --
Apollinarianism, Apollinarius --
Apologetics --
Apophatic theology --
Apostasy --
Apostle, apostolicity --
Appropriation --
Aquinas, Thomas --
Arianism, Arius --
Arminianism, Arminius --
Ascension --
Asceticism --
Aseity --
Assensus --
Assumption of Mary --
Assurance --
Athanasius --
Atheism --
Atonement, atonement theories --
Attribute, attributes of God --
Augsburg Confession --
Augustine, Augustinianism --
Axiology --
Baptism --
Baptismal regeneration --
Barth, Karl --
Basil (the Great) of Caesarea --
Believers' church --
Biblical criticism --
Biblical theology --
Biblical theology movement --
Bibliology --
Binitarianism --
Blessed hope --
Book of Common Prayer --
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich --
Brunner, Emil --
Bultmann, Rudolf --
Byzantine --
Call --
Calvinism, John Calvin --
Canon --
Canonical criticism --
Cappadocian fathers --
Casuistry --
Catechesis, catechism --
Catholic --
Causality --
Chalcedonian formula --
Charismatic, charismatic movement --
Christ, Christology --
Christocentrism --
Church --
Circumcision --
Circumincession --
Clergy --
Coherence theory of truth --
Communicatio idiomatum, communicatio operationum --
Communion --
Compatibilism --
Concomitance --
Concupiscence --
Concurrence (concursus divinus) --
Conditional immortality --
Confession, confessionalism --
Confirmation --
Congregationalism --
Consubstantiation --
Consummation --
Contextualization --
Contingency --
Conversion --
Coredemptrix --
Correspondence theory of truth --
Cosmological argument --
Cosmology --
Councils of Nicaea, Constantinople, Chalcedon --
Council of Trent --
Covenant, covenant theology --
Creatio ex nihilo --
Creation --
Creationism --
Credo ut intelligam, credo quia absurdum --
Creed --
Criticism (biblical, canonical, form, redaction) --
Damnation --
Day of the Lord --
Deacon, deaconess --
Death --
Death of God movement --
Deconstruction --
Decree --
Deification --
Deism --
Demon --
Demythologizing --
Denomination, denominationalism --
Deposit of faith --
Depravity, total depravity --
Descent into hades (hell) --
Determinism --
Deus absconditus, deus revelatus --
Deus ex machine --
Dialectic theology --
Dialogical personalism --
Diaspora --
Dichotomy, dichotomist --
Dispensationalism --
Docetism --
Doctrine --
Documentary hypothesis --
Dogma, dogmatics --
Dominical saying --
Donatism --
Dualism --
Duns Scotus, Scotism --
Eastern Orthodoxy --
Ebionism --
Ecclesiology --
Economic Trinity --
Ecumenism, ecumenical movement --
Edwards, Jonathan --
Efficacy, efficacious --
Election --
Elements --
Emanation --
Empiricism --
Enlightenment, the --
Episcopacy, episcopal --
Epistemology --
Equivocal --
Erasmus, Desiderius --
Eschaton, eschatology (consistent [thoroughgoing], realized, inaugurated) --
Essence, essential --
Eternal generation of the Son --
Eternity, eternality --
Ethics --
Eucharist --
Evangelical, evangelicalism, neo-evangelicalism --
Evidentialism --
Evil --
Ex opere operato, ex opere operantis --
Exclusivism --
Exegesis, eisegesis --
Exemplarism --
Existentialism --
Expiation --
Extra nos --
Faith --
Fall --
Dederal theology, federal headship --
Feminism --
Fideism --
Fides qua creditor, fides quae creditor --
Fides quaerens intellectum --
Fiducia --
Filioque --
Five Ways, the --
Foreknowledge --
Foundationalism --
Free churches, free church movement --
Free will --
Free will theism --
Fundamentalism, fundamentalist-modernist debate General revelation --
Genre --
Glorification --
Glory --
Glossolalia --
Gnosticism --
Grace (common, efficacious, prevenient) --
Gregory of Nazianzus, Gregory of Nyssa --
Hamartology --
Harnack, Adolf von --
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich --
Heidelberg Catechism --
Heilsgeschichte (salvation history) --
Heresy --
Hermeneutic of suspicion --
Hermeneutics --
Historical criticism --
Historical Jesus --
Historical theology --
Historicism --
Holiness Movement --
Holy --
Homiletics --
Homoiousios, homoousios --
Hope --
Humanism (secular humanism) --
Humiliation of Christ --
Hypostasis, hypostatic union --
Iconoclasm --
Idealism --
Illumination --
Imago Dei (image of God) --
Immaculate conception --
Immanence --
Immanent Trinity --
Imminence --
Immortality --
Immutability --
Impassibility (apatheia) --
Impeccability --
Imputation --
Incarnation --
Inclusivism --
Individualism --
Indulgences --
Inerrancy --
Infallibility --
Inspiration --
Intermediate state --
Internal testimony of the Spirit (testimonium Spiritus sancti internum) --
Intuitionism --
Invisible church --
Irenaeus --
Irenics --
Irresistible grace --
Judgment --
Justice --
Justification, justification by faith --
Kairos --
Kant, Immanuel --
Kenosis, kenoticism --
Kerygma --
Kierkegaard, Soren --
Kingdom --
Koinonia --
Laity --
Law, legalism --
Liberalism --
Liberation theology --
Limited atonement --
Literalism --
Liturgy --
Logocentrism --
Lord's Supper --
Love --
Lutheranism --
Magisterium --
Magisterial Reformation --
Manichaeism --
Marcionism --
Mariology --
Marxism --
Materialism --
Medieval, medieval theology --
Memorialism --
Mennonites --
Merit --
Messiah --
Metanarrative --
Metaphor, metaphorical theology --
Metaphysics --
Method in theology, methodology --
Method of correlation --
Methodism --
Middle knowledge --
Millennium, millennialism --
Modalism --
Modernism --
Modernity --
Modes of being --
Monarchianism --
Monasticism --
Monism --
Monotheism --
Montanism --
Moral argument (for God's existence) --
Moral influence theory of the atonement --
Mysticism --
Myth --
Narrative, narrative theology --
Naturalism, natural theology --
Natural headship --
Neo-orthodoxy --
Neo-Platonism --
Nestorianism --
Nicene Creed --
Niebuhr, Reinhold --
Nihilism --
Noetic --
Nominalism --
Nonfoundationalism --
Norm --
Notitia --
Numinous --
Occam's (Okham's) razor --
Oikonomia --
Omnipotence --
Omnipresence --
Omniscience --
Ontological argument --
Ontology --
Ordinance --
Ordination --
Ordo salutis --
Origen --
Original sin, original righteousness (justice) --
Ousia --
Panentheism --
Pantheism --
Paradigm, paradigm shift --
Paradox --
Parousia --
Patripassianism --
Patristic era --
Pedobaptism, paedobaptism (infant baptism) --
Pelagianism --
Penal-substitution theory of the atonement --
Penance --
Pentecost, Pentacostalism --
Perserverance of the saints --
Person --
Phenomenology --
Pietism --
Platonism --
Plenary inspiration --
Pluralism --
Pneumatology --
Point of contact --
Polemics --
Positivism, logical positivism, logical empiricism --
Postliberalism --
Postmillennialism --
Postmodernism --
Mostportem evangelism --
Pragmatism --
Praxis, orthopraxy --
Predestination --
Preexistence (of the soul) --
Premillennialism --
Presuppositionalism --
Prevenient grace --
Priesthood of the believer --
Process theology --
Procession --
Progressive revelation --
Prolegomenon --
Prolepsis --
Propitiation --
Proposition, propositionalism --
Protestantism, Protestant principle --
Providence --
Purgatory --
Puritanism --
Quest of the historical Jesus --
Radical Reformation --
Ransom theory of the atonement --
Rapture --
Reader-response theory of hermeneutics --
Real presence of Christ in the Eucharist --
Realism --
Reconciliation --
Reconstructionism --
Redaction criticism --
Redemption --
Reformation --
Reformed tradition, Reformed theology --
Regeneration --
Reincarnation --
Relativism --
Religionsgeschichtliche Schule --
Renaissance --
Resurrection --
Revelation --
Revivalism --
Righteousness --
Ritschl, Albrecht --
Romanticism Sabellianism --
Sacerdotalism --
Sacrament, sacramentalism --
Saints --
Salvation --
Sanctification --
Satisfaction theory of the atonement --
Schleiermacher, Friedrich --
Scholasticism --
Scripture principle --
Sect, sectarianism --
Secularism, secular humanism --
Semi-Pelagianism --
Sensus plenior --
Similitudo Dei --
Sin --
Sinlessness of Christ --
Sociology of knowledge --
Sola fide --
Sola gratia --
Sola scriptura --
Soteriology --
Soul --
Source (of theology) --
Sovereignty --
Special revelation --
Spiration --
Spirit, spirit --
Spirituality, Christian --
Structuralism, structuralist exegesis --
Subjectivism --
Sublapsarianism, infralapsarianism --
Subordinationism --
Substantia --
Summa Theologica (Summa) --
Summum bonum --
Supralapsarianism --
Syncretism --
Synod of Dort --
Synoptic Gospels, synoptic problem --
Systematic theology --
Teleological argument --
Tertullian --
Theism --
Theistic evolutionism --
Theocentricity --
Theodicy --
Theologia crucis, theologia gloriae --
Theology --
Theology of hope --
Theopneustos --
Third use of the law --
Thirty-Nine Articles, the --
Thomism, neo-Thomism --
Tillich, Paul --
Time, timelessness --
Tradition, traditionalism --
Traducianism --
Transcendence --
Transcendental philosophy, theology --
Transubstantiation --
Tribulation --
Trichotomism --
Trinity --
Tritheism --
Truth --
TULIP --
Two natures, doctrine of --
Typology --
Ubiquity, ubiquitarianism --
Ultimate concern --
Unconditional election --
Unitarianism --
Universalism --
Univocal --
Vatican, Vatican Council --
Vestigium trinitatis --
Vestigium Dei --
Via eminentiae, via negativa, via causalitatus --
Via media --
Vicarious (atonement) --
Virgin birth (virginal conception) --
Visible church --
Voluntarism --
Vulgate --
Wesleyanism, John Wesley --
Wesleyan quadrilateral --
Westminster Confession and Catechism --
Will of God --
Word of God --
Worship --
Wrath of God --
Zwingli, Ulrich.
Responsibility: Stanley J. Grenz, David Guretzki & Cherith Fee Nordling.
Local System Bib Number:
156898
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