|THE RELATION OF RELIGION TO THEOLOGY.|
|The Development of Religion--Its Relation to Theology, as the Reflective Form of the Religious Consciousness--Increashig Influence of Reflexion in the Highest Religious, especially in Judaism and Christianity--How a Religion grows into a Theology--How Theology and Religion, Reason and Faith, become opposed to each other--Importance of the Interests on both sides--The Danger of sacrificing either of them to the other--The Idea of Evolution as an Eirenicon--The unity of man's life in its different phases--Carlyle's view of the Alternation of Action and Reflexion--Objections to the Law of Evolution, (1) from those who separate Philosophy from Life, (2) from those who separate Life from Philosophy--In what sense Theology begins in Greece, . . . . 1-30|
|STAGES IN THE EVOLUTION OF THEOLOGY.|
|The Central Idea of Religion, and its Reflective Expression in Theology--The Opposition of the Secular and the Religious Consciousness--That the Idea of Religion is expressed only|
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Publication information: Book title: The Evolution of Theology in the Greek Philosophers:The Gifford Lectures. Volume: 1. Contributors: Edward Caird - Author. Publisher: James MacLehose and Sons. Place of publication: Bristol, England. Publication year: 1904. Page number: xi.
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