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CONTENTS. PART L DOCTRINAL DEVELOPMENTS VIEWED IN THEMSELVES. INTRODUCTION • CHAPTER I. The Development of Ideas Section 1. The Process of Development in Ideas Section 2. The Kinds of Development in Ideas . CHAPTER II. The AntecedentArgument in behalfof Developments in Christian PA.GB 3 33 33 41 Doctl'ine 55 Section 1. Developments to be expected 55 Section 2. An infallible Developing Authority to be exptlcted 75 Section 3. The existing Developments of Doctrine the probable Fulfilment of that Expectation • 92 CHAPTER III. The Historical Argument in behalf of the existing Developments 99 Section 1. Method of Proof 99 Section 2. State of the Evidence 110 xiv CONTENTS. CHAPTER IV. PA.GB Instances in IIIustration 122 Section 1. Instances cursorily noticed 123§ 1. Canon of the New Testament 123§ 2. Original Sin 126§ 3. Infant Baptism . 127§ 4. Communion in one kind 129§ 5. The Homoiision 133 Section 2. Our Lord's Incarnation, and the dignity of His Mother and of all Saints 135 Section 3. Papal Supremacy • 148 PART II. DOCTRINAL DEVELOPMENTS VIEWED RELATIVELY TO DocTRINAL CoRRUPTIONs. CHAPTER V. Genuine DevelopmentR contrasted with Corruptions 169 Section 1. First Note of a genuine Development of an Idea: Preservation of its Type. 171 Section 2. Second Note: Continuity of its Principles. 178 Section 3. Third Note: Its Power of Assimilatinn 185 Section 4. Fourth Note: Its Logical Sequence . 189 Section 5. Fifth Note: Anticipation of its Future 195 Section 6. Sixth Note: Conservative Action upon its Past. 199 Section 7. Seventh Note: Its Chronic Vigour 203 CHAPTER VI. Application ot the First Note of a true Development to the Existing Developments of Christian Doctrine: Preservation of its Type. 207 CONTENTS. xv PA.GB Section 1. The Church of the First CenturieR , 208 Section 2. The Church of the Fourth Century 248 Section 3. The Church of the Fifth and Sixth Centuri�� 273 CHAPTER VII. Application of the Second: Continuity of its Principles§ 1. Principles of Christianity§ 2. Supremacy of Faith .§ 3. Theology .§ 4. Scripture and its Mystical Interpretation§ 5. Dogma§ 6. Additional Remarks • CHAPTER VIII. • 323 • 323 326 336 338 346 353 Application of the Third: its Assimilative Power :155§ 1. The Assimilating Power of Dogmatic Truth 357§ 2. The Assimilating Power of Sacramental Grace 368 CHAPTER IX. Application of the Fourth: its Logical Sequence§ 1. Pardons§ 2. Penances •§ 3. Satisfactions§ 4. Purgatory .§ 5. MeritoriouR Works§ 6. The Monastic Rule CHAPTER X. Application of the Fifth: Anticipation of its Future .§ 1. Resurrection and Relics§ 2. The Virgin Life§ 3. Cultus of Saints nnd Angels§ 4. Office of the Blessed Virgin 383 384 385 386 388 393 395 400 401 407 4.10 415 X:Vl CONTENTS. CHAPTER XI. P.l.GB Application of the Sixth : Conservative .Action on its Past 419 Section 1. Instances cursorily noticed 420 Section 2. Devotion to the Blessed Virgin • 425 CH.APTER XII. Application of the Seventh : its Chronic Vigour CONCLUSION • • 437 • 445 ...

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ISBN
9780268158088
Related ISBN
9780268009212
MARC Record
OCLC
1017613061
Pages
480
Launched on MUSE
2018-01-03
Language
English
Open Access
No
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