The Christian theology of Borden Parker Bowne
Trotter, Frederick Thomas
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Commentators have recognized the religious interests of the American philosopher Borden Parker Bowne (1847-1910). His influence in the development of the theological climate of The Methodist Church has been considerable. However, no thoroughgoing attempt has been made to organize systematically his doctrinal work. His theology has been mediated through his students who presented a variety of solutions to the theological problems raised by Bowne. The intention of the writer is to discover and expound the main features of Bowne's Christian theology, to relate them to historic Christian doctrine under the classical categories of apologetics, dogmatics, and ethics, and to appraise the nature and significance of his theological contribution. [TRUNCATED]
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Boston University
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