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The text then proceeds historically in its analysis of the development of christological doctrine that begins with the Church Fathers and moves on to treat medieval, Reformational, Pietistical, and modern philosophical Christology, before concluding with an analysis of the pluralism of modern Catholic and Protestant theology.
Somewhat more than implicitly, Massinger calls into question Reformational soteriology, or at least the ethical effectiveness of the commonplace faith-versus-works binary framework.
1 discuss the reformational potential of religious practice in social media communities in my Tweet If Your * Jesus: Practice Church in the Digital Reformation (Morehouse, 2011).
One notable new chapter that USP will be proposing for public comment in 2012 is an reformational (or guidance) chapter that speaks directly to the larger challenges of a global supply chain.
87) It is clear from our critique that the two different anthropologies to which I am referring are essentially the different anthropologies of Reformational and Catholic traditions: the difference between nature as "fallen" or as "wounded.
Angelo and the Duke share a common tenet of radical Reformational thought, that Scriptural principles historically deemed personal and spiritual matters should instead be applied to state law.
The intellectual breakthrough, which led to Luther's reformational insights, in Wilson's estimation, was due to a long-standing spiritual struggle and no mere exercise on the academic treadmill.
Van Leeuwen is a Calvinist in its Reformational tradition.
de Vries is a professor of science and technology education and an affiliate professor of reformational philosophy of technology at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
Damascus, (SANA)- Oxford Business Group report on Syria raises high optimism of the remarkable reformational and economic performance.
Wolters, Creation Regained: Biblical Basics for a Reformational Worldview, 2nd ed.
Hubbuch's ironical caricature is reminiscent of 16th-century reformational prints which portray the conflict between the new and the old church as a battle and the representatives of the catholic church as henchmen of the devil.