Ideengeschichte des Christentums - Mohr Siebeck
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Ideengeschichte des Christentums
By Jan Rohls
There are pivotal ideas characteristic of Christianity which were reflected in certain dogmas or confessions. These ideas were developed in a Judaeo-Greco setting and their history since antiquity has been eventful. They were criticized, defended and transformed. They influenced societies in which Christianity was a dominant factor. The ideas were also reflected in various areas of occidental culture. This applies to philosophy as well as to the visual arts, music and literature. In this work, Jan Rohls outlines the development of central Christian ideas in theology and culture from their beginnings up to the present time. There are 10 volumes planned, each of which will focus on a central group of Christian ideas.
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2014. XXIV, 1453 pages. IdeenG d Christentums 3
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