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Book Description

Title:
Regnum Dei. Eight Lectures on the Kingdom of God in the History of Christian Thought. The Bampton Lectures for 1901
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Methuen & Co.
Pages:
401
Subjects:
Kingdom of God, New Testament, Historical
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Archibald Robertson [1853-1931], Regnum Dei. Eight Lectures on the Kingdom of God in the History of Christian Thought. The Bampton Lectures for 1901

Table of Contents

  • Extract from the Last Will and Testament of the late John Bampton, Canon of Salisbury
  • Preface
  1. Introductory. The Kingdom of God in the Old Testament
  2. The Kingdom of God (I.) in the Generation before Christ; (II.) in the Epistles of St. Paul; (III.) in the Synoptic Gospels
  3. The Kingdom of God in (a) the Synoptic Gospels (concluded), in (b) the Fourth Gospel, and (c) the Remainder of the New Testament
  4. The Kingdom of God in First Four Christian Centuries
  5. The Kingdom of God in Augustine
  6. The Kingdom oof God in the Medieval Theocracy
  7. The Kingdom of God in the Divergence of Modern Ideals
  8. The Kingdom of God in Modern Thought, Work and Life