By Hubert Jedin
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J. Gresham Machen, Christianity and Liberalism (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1923). 19. Karl Barth, Theology and Church, trans. Louise Pettibone Smith (New York: Harper & Row, 1962), p. 313. 20. , p. 314. 21. P. T. ), p. 193. 22. Benjamin Warfield, Studies in Theology (New York: Oxford University Press, 1932), p. 666. 23. This is not to overlook the evangelical themes that characterize such a noted mystic as Meister Eckhart, including an emphasis on grace over works, but we maintain that the neo-Platonic cast of his theology obscured and blunted the force of these themes.
It will assess the tradition of the church and its own particular tradition not uncritically but in light of the Word of God in Scripture. A catholic evangelicalism will seek to go through the Reformation and beyond it, not merely behind or around it, as many Anglo-Catholics do. It will place Scripture over the ecclesiastical tradition bearing in mind that the Word that God speaks to the church cannot be simply equated with the word of the church itself. At the same time it will value the history of theology as an important albeit imperfect commentary on Scripture.
Oth prove to be systems of works-righteousness and thereby contrave~e the. very core of evangelical faith. Some Pentecostal groups, despite their marked biblicism and fundamentalist fervor, actually hold to a U mitari . 311 Several sects have elevated Sabbatarianism (strict observance of the Sabbath) into a fundamental of the faith and are therefore also outside the pale of authentic evangelicalism. As has been indicated there are fundamentals of the faith that are The Meaning of Evangelical 21 not included as major headings in this book, but if they are truly fundamental they are given proper treatment under one or more of these headings.
A History of the Council of Trent: The First Sessions at Trent, 1545-1547 by Hubert Jedin