A Century of Church History: The Legacy of Philip Schaff

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A CENTURY 0F CHURCH HISTORY
The Legacy of Philip Schaff

Edited by Henry W. Bowden Foreword by Jaroslav Pelikan

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY PRESS Carbondale and Edwardsville

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Introduction xiii
  • Philip Schaff and the Idea of Church History 1
  • Notes 32
  • A Century of Patristic Studies, 1888-1988 36
  • Notes 65
  • "The Gold of Catholicity ' Reflections on a Century of American Study of Medieval Church History 74
  • Notes 93
  • Reformation Studies 98
  • Notes 116
  • Immigration and American Christianity A History of Their Histories 119
  • Notes 143
  • Civil Authority and Religious Freedom in America - Philip Schaff on the United States as a Christian Nation 148
  • Notes 165
  • To the Ends of the Earth American Protestants in Pursuit of Mission 168
  • Notes 206
  • Liturgical and Credal Studies 216
  • Notes 235
  • Ecumenical Studies 245
  • Notes 281
  • The First Century Institutional Development and Ideas about the Profession 294
  • Notes 329
  • Appendixes Contributors Index 333
  • Appendix A Centennial Retrospective 335
  • Appendix B Awards 363
  • Contributors 367
  • Index 371
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