Date of Award
Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)
Philippians 2:7; John 8:58-59; John 17:24; John 5:23; John 10:30-39; Romans 3:23; Ephesians 5:8; Ephesians 2:5; Isaiah 7:14; Mark 3:33; Luke 1:34-35; Luke 2:51; Luke 1:11-20;
It is only because modernistic Christology has become stabilized that it can now be summarily treated. Our purpose, then, is to present those christological views which form the self-evident background of present-day Modernism. However, since the views of Modernism are established only by the consensus of opinion, and not by official pronouncement, a study of its Christology requires a review of the present-day modernistic works. We purpose to summarize, then, these views on the various phases of Christ's life, according to His Person, and His Work and Teachings. The sources for present-day Modernism are limited practically to the past twenty years, 1910-1930. Even in this short span we still find development, but that must be an essential feature of Modernism.
Glock, Herbert F., "The Christology of Present-Day Moderniem" (1930). Bachelor of Divinity. 731.
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