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8vo. 2 4 Lectures on the History of the Eastern Church (delivered in Oxford), Lond. and N. York, 1862. No complete history, but a series of picturesque descriptions of the most interesting characters and scenes in the Eastern church. Lectures on the History of the Jewish Church, Lond. and N. York, l862-’76, in 3 vols. An independent and skilful adaptation of the views and results of Ewald’s Geschichte Israel’s, to which Stanley pays a fine tribute in the Prefaces to the first and third vols. His Historical Memorials of Canterbury Cathedral (1855, 5th ed.
Robinson, with an introductory notice by Philip Schaff. Gieseler’s Dogmengeschichte appeared separately in 1855. 30 Hist of Christ'n Church 1 Philip Schaff resurrection of Christ, without which the former is an inexplicable enigma. His critical researches and speculations gave a powerful stimulus to a reconsideration and modification of the traditional views on early Christianity. We have from his fertile pen a general History of the Christian Church, in five volumes (1853–1863), three of which were, published after his death and lack the originality and careful finish of the first and second, which cover the first six centuries;Lectures on Christian Doctrine History (Dogmengeschichte), published by his son (1865–’67, in 3 volumes), and a briefLehrbuch der Dogmengeschichte, edited by himself (1847, 2d ed.
Paul, for whom he had a profound veneration, although he recognized only four of his Epistles as genuine (1845, 2d ed. by E. ), and his masterly vindication of Protestantism against Möhler’s Symbolik (2d ed. 30 Karl Rudolph Hagenbach (Professor of Church History at Basel, d. 1874) wrote, in the mild and impartial spirit of Neander, with poetic taste and good judgment, and in pleasing popular style, a general History of the Christian Church in seven volumes (4th ed. 1868–’72),31 and a History of Christian Doctrines, in two volumes (1841, 4th ed.