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by Frederick Denison Maurice

Author: Frederick Denison Maurice
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (February 25, 2010)
Pages: 284 pages
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The Religions of the World and Their Relations to Christianity (1847) derives from a series of eight lectures by the renowned theologian and political radical F. D. Maurice (1805–1872). They were given in a series established by Robert Boyle in 1691 as a stipulation of his will and intended 'for proving the Christian Religion against notorious Infidels'. Maurice both abides by and transforms this charge, examining 'the great Religious System. ot going into their detail. ut enquiring what was their main characteristical principle. Book summary views reflect the number of visits to the book and chapter landing pages.

by. Maurice, Frederick Denison, 1805-1872. Princeton Theological Seminary Library. Cambridge : Macmillan & Co. Collection. Princeton; americana. deyo on March 20, 2008. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

The Religions of the World and Their Relations to Christianity (1847) derives from a series of eight lectures by the renowned theologian and political radical F. ut enquiring what was their main characteristical principle

Frederick Denison Maurice. The Pentateuch ; Or, the Five Books of Moses. Translated into English from the Version of the LXX.

Frederick Denison Maurice. With Notes on its Omissions and Insertions, and also on the Passages in which it differs from the Authorized Version. By the Hon. HENRY HOWARD, DD Crown 8vo.

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Frederick Denison Maurice. Стр. 179 - When he prepared the heavens, I was there: when he set a compass upon the face of the depth : when he established the clouds above: when he strengthened the fountains of the deep : when he gave to the sea his decree, that the waters should not pass his commandment : when he appointed the foundations of the earth : then I was by.

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John Frederick Denison Maurice, often known as F. Maurice (29 August 1805 – 1 April 1872), was a major theologian of the Church of England, a prolific author and one of the founders of Christian Socialism. Since World War II, interest in Maurice has expanded. John Frederick Denison Maurice was born in Normanton, Suffolk, on 29 August 1805, the only son of Michael Maurice and his wife, Priscilla. John Frederick Denison Maurice, often known as F. Maurice (29 August 1805 – 1 April 1872), was a major theologian of the Church of England, a prolific author and one of the founders of Christian.

The Religions of China (Barnes & Noble Digital Library). Oriental Religions and Christianity: A Course of Lectures Delivered on The Ely Foundation Before The Students of Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1891. Religion in the Heavens; Or, Mythology Unveiled in a Series of Lectures.

April 13, 2010 History. by Frederick Denison Maurice. found in the catalog. Frederick Denison Maurice. The religions of the world and their relations to Christianity. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published 1852 by Macmillan & Co. in Cambridge.

The Religions of the World and Their Relations to Christianity (1847) derives from a series of eight lectures by the renowned theologian and political radical F. D. Maurice (1805-1872). They were given in a series established by Robert Boyle in 1691 as a stipulation of his will and intended 'for proving the Christian Religion against notorious Infidels'. Maurice both abides by and transforms this charge, examining 'the great Religious Systems ... not going into their details ... but enquiring what was their main characteristical principle.' In this important early work of comparative religious scholarship, Maurice investigates the theological foundations of the major world religions - Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism - as well as what he calls the 'defunct' faiths of ancient Greek, Rome, Egypt, Persia and Scandinavia. The resulting text is a rich work of theological enquiry and a valuable testament to a central nineteenth-century religious thinker.