Tennant's Philosophical Theology

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF TENNANT'S PUBLISHED WRITINGS
The following published writings of Frederick Robert Tennant constitute the source material employed in this book. (Listed according to date of appearance.)
Book: The Origin and Propagation of Sin; Being the Hulsean Lectures Delivered Before The University of Cambridge in 1901-2. Cambridge, University Press, 1902.
Book: The Sources of the Doctrines of the Fall and Original Sin. Cambridge, University Press, 1903.
Lecture: "The Child and Sin" in The Child and Religion, ed. by Thomas Stephen . London, Williams and Norgate, 1905.
Essay: "The Being of God, in the Light of Physical Science", chap. ii, Cambridge Theological Essays, ed. by H. B. Swete. Cambridge, University Press, 1905.
Book: The Concept of Sin. Cambridge, University Press, 1912.
Book Reviews: "Divine Transcendence and its Reflection in Religious Authority" (by J. R. Illingworth); "The Realm of Ends" (by J. Ward ); "Problems in the Relation of God and Man" (by C. C. J. Webb ): In The Journal of Theological Studies, XIII, 310, 447, 453. 1911-12.
Articles: "The Services of Philosophy to Theology"; "The Philosophy of Religion as an Autonomous Subject"; "The Aim and Scope of the Philosophy of Religion": In The Expositor, 8th ser., VI, 140, 250, 342. 1913.
Book Review: "The Philosophy of Religion" (by G. Galloway): In The Journal of Theological Studies, XVI, 122. 1914-15.
Book Reviews: "Belief and Practice" (by W. Spens); "The Commonitorium of Vincent Lerins" (by R. S. Moxon); "God and Freedom in Human Experience" (by C. F. D'Arcy); "Theism and Humanism" (by A. J. Balfour): In The Journal of Theological Studies, XVII, 203, 414, 198, 193. 1915-16.
Lectures: "Problem of the Existence of Moral Evil"; "The Problem of Suffering"; in Elements of Pain and Conflict in Human Life. Cambridge, University Press, 1916.
Articles: "Perfection in God and in Man"; "The Possible Meanings of 'Eternal' in the New Testament": In The Expository Times, ed. by James Hastings, XXIX, 202, 265. 1917-18.

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