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|Or, Psychology Applied to the Investigation of Questions Relating to Religion, |
Natural Theology, and Revelation Richard Alliott. to show that there is a relation
between the science of mind and the science of God. I need not say that the ...
|The science of mind may be better understood, and that system is to be applied |
to the science of theology. Besides, the works of God are better understood, and
there is a great department of theological knowledge which is to occupy the ...
|One of the great teachings of Moses was, “Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God is |
One Lord”; 1 and the saying, “I am that I am,” ... has robbed theology of power
and has polluted philosophy with untruths; it has divided science against itself
and has ...
|This is a necessary step, Warfield argues, for the human mind is not content with |
bare facts in isolation. ... task of systematic theology to do exactly this with our
knowledge of God as he has made himself known.41 Warfield cautions ...
Systematic theology is a science, and as a science it seeks to discover and
explain what is.
|Every theological system, and every theological opinion, assumes something as |
true in psychology. Theology is, to a great extent, the science of mind in its
relations to moral law. God is a mind or spirit: all moral agents are in his image.
|The fiery preachers of this era used highly emotional imagery and fear to |
persuade people to 'make a decision for Christ.' This type of conversion required
action on the part of the believer as well as God and called for a concept of free
|and philosophy, not to mention those coming from within theology itself; and |
today few people would be willing to accept a ... to the theology of God and world
if we apply the panentheistic analogy to this sort of account of the mind/body
|Different classes of arguments have been used against this new science. But as |
our limits ... I. The science of Mind can be based only on phenomena of Mind,
and phenomena of Mind can be ascertained only by Consciousness. — The