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knowledge of God, objectively considered

Robert J. Breckinridge

knowledge of God, objectively considered

being the first part of theology considered as a science of positive truth, both inductive and deductive

by Robert J. Breckinridge

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Published by R. Carter & Brothers, A. Davidson in New York, Louisville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theology, Doctrinal.,
  • God -- Knowledge.,
  • Presbyterian Church -- Doctrines.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGod, objectively considered
    StatementBy Robert J. Breckinridge.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 530 p. ;
    Number of Pages530
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18049572M

      Several years ago our church started offering a leadership training course once or twice a year. The class began as a training seminary for those who had been nominated for elders or deacons. Now the course must be completed before a man can be considered for the office of elder or deacon. At the end of the week class there is a test. The exam contains a couple longer essays, short answers Author: Kevin Deyoung.   To those of you who have never really sought after the knowledge of God for your own personal lives – just stop and think for a moment what all of the above Scripture verses are trying to tell you – that in the Person of God the Father and Jesus Christ is perfect and maximum knowledge .

    Reveals knowledge of and from God. God communicates objective and rational information to humanity, as opposed to some form of mystery or incomprehensible information. Revelation is not either personal or propositional; it is both/and. God does so to reveal Himself, but He does so by telling us something about himself. "God and Other Minds" represents the first truly novel and My take-away from this book: "If naive realism is metaphysical baking powder, then atheism is just half-baked solipsism." "God and Other Minds" represents the first truly novel and exciting thinking within the field of Christian apologetics of the last years, up until the time of /5.

    The philosophy of Søren Kierkegaard has been a major influence in the development of 20th-century philosophy, especially existentialism and postmodernism. Søren Kierkegaard was a 19th-century Danish philosopher who has been labeled by many as the "Father of Existentialism", although there are some in the field who express doubt in labeling him an existentialist to begin with.   Question: "Why should the Bible be our source for morality?" Answer: If the Bible isn’t the Christian’s source for morality, then the question needs to be asked, “What should be?” The Christian worldview is based on two foundational axioms: 1) God exists, and 2) God has spoken to us in the Bible. If these two presuppositions aren’t the starting point in a Christian worldview, then we.


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The Knowledge of God, Objectively Considered contains Breckinridge's rich prose and fiery passion. With the Logos Bible Software edition all Scripture passages in The Knowledge of God, Objectively Considered are tagged and appear on mouse-over. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Knowledge of God Archive by user tpb.

Notes Continued by the author's The knowledge of God, subjectively considered,   The knowledge of God, objectively considered, being the first part of theology considered as a science of positive truth, both inductive and deductive by Breckinridge, Robert J.

(Robert Jefferson), Pages: Robert Breckinridge is still considered an important figure in the development and growth of the Kentucky public educational system. His final move was in to become the first Professor of Exegetic, Didactic and Polemic Theology in the new Presbyterian seminary at Danville, Kentucky, continuing until his retirement in The heavens are telling of the glory of God; And their expanse is declaring the work of His hands.

Day to day pours forth speech, And night to night reveals knowledge. There is no speech, nor are there words; Their voice is not heard.

read more. Their line has gone out through all the earth, And their utterances to the end of the world. Considered Robert J. Breckinridge's masterwork, The Knowledge of God, Objectively Considered and The Knowledge of God, Subjectively Considered comprise his systematic theology of the nature of Man, God, the covenants, mediation and communion with God, and the church.

Each book is divided into five parts that investigate the revelation of God in each aspect of theology. The knowledge of God, objectively considered, being the first part of theology considered as a science of positive truth, both inductive and deductive.

Knowledge of God. The key biblical terms for knowledge assume a personal familiarity, even an intimate involvement, with the known object.

Similarly, knowing God entails acknowledging him as Lord in obedience and praise. As a result, human knowledge of God is decisively shaped by the fall and God's salvation.

Adam and Eve knew God. Our Knowledge of God according to John Calvin by T. Noble This paper was orz'gz"nally read at a Tyndale Fellowshz'P Historical Theology Study Group held in on 'The Theology of John Calvzn '.

Noble is Dean of the Bn'tish Isles Nazarene College in Manchester and a part-tz"me research student zn the University of Size: KB. The Knowledge of God: by David A. DePra: The knowledge of God in Jesus Christ is central to our Christian: walk.

We are to grow in the grace and the knowledge of our Lord: Jesus Christ. (II Peter ) And Jesus said, "THIS is life eternal, that they might know You, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom You have sent.".

The Knowledge of the Holy by popular evangelical author and Christian mystic A.W. Tozer illuminates God’s attributes—from wisdom, to grace, to mercy—and in doing so, attempts to restore the majesty and wonder of God in the hearts and minds of all Christians. A modern classic of Christian testimony and devotion, The Knowledge of the Holy shows us how we can rejuvenate our p/5.

Objective knowledge is obtained indirectly, mainly via books. Scientific knowledge, to be valid must be objective. One cannot know the distance to a star directly but only by analyzing its light. Direct knowledge of the distance between two objects can be had by walking from one to the other.

One can know subjective knowledge objectively, for. Knowing God involves knowing God's Word, the Bible. You can only know God if you know Jesus.

Knowing about God does not mean you know God. Knowing God is a matter of personal dealing - each person has their own relationship 8.

Knowing God is a matter of personal involvement - /5. CALVIN'S DOCTRINE OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD1 The first chapters of Calvin's "Institutes" are taken up with a comprehensive exposition of the sources and guarantee of the knowledge of God and divine things (Book I.

chs. i.-ix.). A systematic treatise on the knowledge of God must needs begin with such an exposition; and we. This is done by studying the Word of God. God’s Word is the wisdom of God (Luke ), written down so that our soulish man can read and understand it.

But 2 Corinthians shows us that the mere knowledge of God’s Word is not enough. We must have spiritual understanding because God’s Word is spirit and it is life (John ).

Knowledge of philosophy is useful in just about every area of possible debate, in large part because philosophy can help you better understand and use basic concepts like these.

On the other hand, since people aren't very familiar with these concepts, you may end up spending more time explaining the basics than debating the higher-level issues.

Lecture: Our Knowledge of God Christian doctrine tells us what Christians believe about God. But before we can discuss what we believe about God, we must tackle the preliminary question of how we come to know about God, and to learn about his existence, character and actions."Knowledge of God" is part of a debate series.

It's difficult to locate this book, since, in the series, there is already a book entitled " Atheism and Theism (Great Debates in Philosophy)." The difference is that this book is more focused on the rationality of theism--is it reasonable to believe in God--than the question of God's existence Cited by:   Knowledge of God, Knowledge of Self (Calvin's Institutes) by Fred Sanders on April 2, John Calvin’s masterpiece, the Institutes of the Christian Religion, has a classic opening statement.

He wrote it for the first draft of the book when he and it stayed the same right through the much larger final edition of the book. Here it is.