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  • Pelikan

    1. 1. Jaroslav Pelikan
    2. 2. Jaroslav Pelikan
    3. 3. Biography
    4. 4. Biography
    5. 5. Biography
    6. 6. Biography
    7. 7. Biography
    8. 8. Biography
    9. 9. Biography
    10. 10. BiographyLuther’s Works
    11. 11. BiographyThe Emergence of the Catholic Tradition (100-600)The Spirit of Eastern Christendom (600-1700)The Growth of Medieval Theology (600-1300)Reformation of Church and Dogma (1300-1700)Christian Doctrine and Modern Culture (Since 1700)
    12. 12. Biography
    13. 13. BiographyJesus through the CenturiesBach among the TheologiansThe Idea of the UniversityMary through the Centuries
    14. 14. Summary
    15. 15. Summary
    16. 16. Summary
    17. 17. Summary
    18. 18. Summarya priori
    19. 19. Summarya priori
    20. 20. Summary
    21. 21. Summary
    22. 22. Summary
    23. 23. Summary
    24. 24. Summary
    25. 25. Summary
    26. 26. Summary
    27. 27. Pelikan v. Harnack
    28. 28. Pelikan v. Harnack
    29. 29. Pelikan v. Harnack
    30. 30. Pelikan v. Harnack
    31. 31. Three Loci of Doctrine
    32. 32. Three Loci of Doctrine
    33. 33. Three Loci of Doctrine
    34. 34. Three Loci of Doctrine
    35. 35. Three Loci of Doctrine
    36. 36. Continuity
    37. 37. Grassroots TheologyThe confluence of these two ideas is that whatwas believed by the church at the popular levelwas continued by propagation in what wastaught in the church, which in turn wasconcretized by continuance in the canonization ofwhat was confessed by the church.
    38. 38. Summary
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    40. 40. Summary
    41. 41. Summary
    42. 42. Summary
    43. 43. Summary
    44. 44. Summary
    45. 45. Summaryubique, semper, ad omnibus
    46. 46. Conclusion
    47. 47. Conclusion
    48. 48. Conclusion
    49. 49. Conclusion

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