Second Part. Development of Ecclesiastical Dogma.
Second Book. Expansion and Remodelling of Dogma into a Doctrine of Sin, Grace and means of Grace on the basis of the Church.
Chapter I. Historical Situation.
Chapter II. Western Christianity and Western Theologians before Augustine.
Chapter III. The Historical Position of Augustine as Reformer of Christian Piety.
Chapter IV. The Historical Position of Augustine as Teacher of the Church.
Augustine’s Doctrines of the First and Last Things.
2. The Donatist Controversy. The Work: De civitate Dei. Doctrine of the Church, and Means of Grace.
3. The Pelagian Controversy. The Doctrine of Grace and Sin.
4. Augustine’s Interpretation of the Symbol (Enchiridion ad Laurentium). The New System of Religion.
Chapter V. History of Dogma in the West Down to the Beginning of the Middle Ages (A.D. 430-604)
1. The Conflict between Semi-Pelagianism and Augustinianism.
2. Gregory the Great.
Chapter VI. History of Dogma in the Period of the Carlovingian Renaissance.
1(a). The Adoptian Controversy.
I b. The Controversy as to Predestination.
2. The Controversy Regarding the Filioque and Pictures.
3. The Development of the Practice and Theory of the Mass (the Dogma of the Lord’s Supper) and of Penance.
Index of Scripture References
Greek Words and Phrases
Latin Words and Phrases
Index of Pages of the Print Edition