Evangelical Dictionary of Theology

Editor/Author Elwell, Walter A.
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group

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ISBN: 978-0-80-102075-9
Category: Religion & Theology - Christianity
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  • Preface to the Second Edition
  • Preface to the First Edition
  • Abbreviations
  • Contributors
  • Aa
  • Abaddon
  • Abba
  • Abelard, Peter (1079-1142)
  • Abolitionism
  • Abomination of Desolation
  • Abortion
  • Abraham
  • Abraham's Bosom
  • Absolution
  • Abyss
  • Accommodation
  • Accountability
  • Accountability, Age Of
  • Active Obedience of Christ
  • Acts of Uniformity
  • Adam
  • Adam, the Last
  • Adiaphora, Adiaphorists
  • Administration, Gift Of
  • Adonai
  • Adoption
  • Adoptionism
  • Adultery
  • Advent
  • Adventism
  • Advent of Christ
  • Advocate
  • Aeon
  • Affliction
  • Affusion
  • African Theology
  • Agape
  • Age, Ages
  • Age, This
  • Age of Accountability
  • Age of Mankind
  • Aging, Christian View Of
  • Agnosticism
  • Agricola, Johann (ca. 1494-1566).
  • À Kempis, Thomas
  • Albertus Magnus (1193-1280).
  • Albigenses
  • Alcohol, Drinking Of
  • Alcuin (ca. 735-804).
  • Alexander, Archibald (1772-1851).
  • Alexander of Hales (ca. 1170-1245).
  • Alexandrian Theology
  • Allegorical Sense of Scripture
  • Allegory
  • Alleine, Joseph (1634-1668).
  • Alleluia, Alleluiah
  • Allen, Richard (1760-1831).
  • Alloiosis
  • All Saints Day
  • Almighty
  • Alms, Almsgiving
  • Alpha and Omega
  • Altar
  • Althaus, Paul (1888-1966).
  • Altizer, Thomas J. J.
  • Ambrose (ca. 340-397).
  • Amen
  • Americanism
  • Ames, William (1576-1633).
  • Amillennialism
  • Amish
  • Von Amsdorf, Nicholas (1483-1565).
  • Amyraldianism
  • Amyraut, Moise (1596-1664).
  • Anabaptism
  • Anagogical Sense of Scripture
  • Anakephaliosis
  • Analogia Fidei
  • Analogy
  • Analogy of Faith
  • Anathema
  • Ancient of Days
  • Anderson, Robert (1841-1918).
  • Andover Controversy
  • Andreae, James (1528-1590).
  • Angel
  • Angel of the Lord
  • Anglican Communion
  • Anglo-Catholicism
  • Annihilationism
  • Anoint, Anointing
  • Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109).
  • Anthropology
  • Anthropomorphism
  • Anthroposophy
  • Antichrist
  • Anticlericalism
  • Antinomianism
  • Antiochene Theology
  • Antipedobaptism
  • Anti-semitism
  • Antitrinitarianism
  • Antitype
  • Antony of Egypt (ca. 251-356).
  • Anxiety
  • Apocalyptic
  • Apocrypha, New Testament
  • Apocrypha, Old Testament
  • Apokatastasis
  • Apollinarianism
  • Apollyon
  • Apologetics
  • Apophatic Theology
  • Apostasy
  • Apostle, Apostleship
  • Apostles’ Creed
  • Apostleship, Gift Of
  • Apostolic Fathers
  • Apostolic Succession
  • Aquinas, Thomas
  • Archangel
  • Archbishop
  • Archdeacon
  • Archeology and Theology
  • Aristotle, Aristotelianism
  • Arius, Arianism
  • Ark of the Covenant
  • Armageddon
  • Arminianism
  • Arminius, James (1560-1609).
  • Armstrongism
  • Arnold, Eberhard
  • Art, Christian
  • Articles, Thirty-Nine
  • Articles of Religion
  • Asbury, Francis (1745-1816).
  • Ascension Day
  • Ascension of Christ
  • Ascetic Theology
  • Aseity of God
  • Ash Wednesday
  • Asian Theology
  • Aspersion
  • Assumption of Mary
  • Assurance
  • Astrology
  • Athanasian Creed
  • Athanasius (ca. 296-373).
  • Atheism
  • Atheism, Christian
  • Athenagoras (second century).
  • Atonement
  • Atonement, Day Of
  • Atonement, Extent Of
  • Atonement, Limited
  • Atonement, Theories Of
  • Attributes, Communication Of
  • Attributes of God
  • Auburn Affirmation (1924).
  • Auburn Declaration (1837).
  • Aufklärung
  • Augsburg Confession (1530).
  • Augustine of Canterbury (d. 604?).
  • Augustine of Hippo (354-430).
  • Aulén Gustaf Emanuel Hildebrand (1879-1978).
  • Authority in the Church
  • Authority of the Bible
  • Auxiliary Bishop
  • Averroes (1126-1198).
  • Awakenings, Great
  • Azusa Street Revival
  • Bb
  • Baal-Zebub
  • Babylon
  • Backsliding
  • Baillie, John (1886-1960).
  • Balfour Declaration (1917).
  • Von Balthasar Hans Urs (1905-1988).
  • Bampton Lectures
  • Banquet, Messianic
  • Baptism
  • Baptism, Believers’
  • Baptism, Infant
  • Baptism, Lay
  • Baptism, Modes Of
  • Baptismal Regeneration
  • Baptism for the Dead
  • Baptism of Jesus
  • Baptism of the Spirit
  • Baptist Tradition, The
  • Barclay, Robert (1648-1690).
  • Barclay, William (1907-1978).
  • Barmen Declaration Of (1934).
  • Barnes, Albert (1798-1870).
  • Barnhouse Donald Grey (1895-1960).
  • Barth, Karl (1886-1968).
  • Basel, First Confession Of (1534).
  • Basil the Great (ca. 330-379).
  • Baur Ferdinand Christian (1792-1860).
  • Bavinck, Herman (1854-1921).
  • Baxter, Richard (1615-1691).
  • Beatification
  • Beatific Vision
  • Beelzebub, Beelzebul
  • Begotten
  • Being
  • Belgic Confession (1561).
  • Belief, Believe
  • Believer
  • Believers’ Baptism
  • Bellarmine, Robert (1542-1621).
  • Benedict of Nursia (ca. 480-547).
  • Benediction
  • Bengel Johann Albrecht (1687-1752).
  • Berdyaev Nikolai Aleksandrovich (1874-1948).
  • Berkeley, George (1685-1753).
  • Berkhof, Louis (1873-1957).
  • Berkouwer Gerrit Cornelis (b. 1903).
  • Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153).
  • Beza, Theodore (1519-1605).
  • Bible
  • Bible, Authority Of
  • Bible, Canon Of
  • Bible, Inerrancy and Infallibility Of
  • Bible, Inspiration Of
  • Bible, Interpretation Of
  • Biblical Criticism
  • Biblical Theology Movement
  • Bioethics
  • Birth Control
  • Birth, New
  • Bishop
  • Black Theology
  • Blasphemy
  • Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit
  • Bloesch Donald G (b. 1928).
  • Blood
  • Blood, Sacrificial Aspects Of
  • Boasting
  • Bodily Presence
  • Bodily Resurrection
  • Bodily Resurrection of Christ
  • Body, Biblical View of The
  • Body and Soul
  • Body of Christ
  • Body, Soul, and Spirit
  • Boehme, Jakob (1575-1624).
  • Boethius, Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus (ca. 480-524).
  • Bogomils
  • Bohemian Brethren (Unitas Fratrum).
  • Bonaventure (1221-1274).
  • Bonhoeffer, Dietrich (1906-1945).
  • Book of Common Order
  • Book of Common Prayer
  • Book of Concord
  • Book of Life
  • Booth, Catherine (1829-1890).
  • Booth, William (1829-1912).
  • Born Again
  • Bossuet Jacques Bénigne (1627-1704).
  • Boston, Thomas (1676-1732).
  • Bottomless Pit
  • Bousset, Wilhelm (1865-1920).
  • Branch
  • Breaking of Bread
  • Brethren of the Common Life
  • Bride of Christ
  • British Israelitism
  • Brother
  • Brother Lawrence (1611-1691).
  • Brown William Adams (1865-1943).
  • Bruce Frederick Fyvie (1910-1990).
  • Bruderhof
  • Brunner Heinrich Emil (1889-1966).
  • Buber, Martin (1878-1965).
  • Bucer, Martin (1491-1551).
  • Buchman, Frank
  • Bulgakov Sergei Nikolaevich (1870-1944).
  • Bullinger Johann Heinrich (1504-1575).
  • Bultmann, Rudolf (1884-1976).
  • Bunyan, John (1628-1688).
  • Burial, Christian
  • Burnt Offering
  • Bushnell, Horace (1802-1876).
  • Butler, Joseph (1692-1752).
  • Cc
  • Caird, John (1820-1898).
  • de Vio Cajetan Thomas (1469-1534).
  • Calixtus (Kallisen) George (1586-1656).
  • Call, Calling
  • Calovius, Abraham (1612-1686).
  • Calvin, John (1509-1564).
  • Calvinism
  • Calvinistic Methodism
  • Cambridge Platform (1648).
  • Cambridge Platonism
  • Campbell, Alexander (1788-1866).
  • Campbell John McLeod (1800-1872).
  • Campbell, Thomas
  • Campbellites
  • Camp Meetings
  • Canon
  • Canonization
  • Canon Law
  • Canon of the Bible
  • Capital Punishment
  • Capito Wolfgang Fabricius (1478-1541).
  • Cappadocian Fathers
  • Cardinal
  • Cardinal Virtues, Seven
  • Care
  • Von Carlstadt Andreas Bodenstein (1477-1541).
  • Carnell Edward John (1919-1967).
  • Caroline Divines
  • Carter Charles Webb (b. 1905).
  • Case Shirley Jackson (1872-1947).
  • Cassian, John (ca. 360-435).
  • Casuistry
  • Cataphatic Theology
  • Catechisms
  • Catechist
  • Catechumen
  • Cathari
  • Catholic
  • Catholic Church, Roman
  • Catholicism, Liberal
  • Cause, Causation
  • Celibacy
  • Cereal Offering
  • Ceremonial Law
  • Chafer Lewis Sperry (1871-1952).
  • Chalcedon, Council Of (451).
  • Chambers, Oswald (1874-1917).
  • Channing William Ellery (1780-1842).
  • Charismata
  • Charismatic Movement
  • Chasten, Chastisement
  • Chemnitz, Martin (1522-1586).
  • Cherub, Cherubim
  • Chesterton Gilbert Keith (1874-1936).
  • Chicago School of Theology
  • Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy
  • Chief Priest
  • Chiliasm
  • Choose, Chosen
  • Chrism
  • Christ, Jesus
  • Christ, Offices Of
  • Christening
  • Christian
  • Christian Calendar
  • Christian Ethics
  • Christian Feminism
  • Christianity and Culture
  • Christianity and Religions
  • Christian Liberty
  • Christians, Names Of
  • Christian Science
  • Christian Socialism
  • Christian Year
  • Christmas
  • Christology
  • Chrysostom, John (ca. 347-407).
  • Church
  • Church, Authority in The
  • Church and State
  • Church Councils
  • Church Discipline
  • Church Government
  • Church Growth Movement
  • Church of Christ, Scientist
  • Church Officers
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • Civil Disobedience
  • Civil Law and Justice in Bible Times
  • Civil Religion
  • Civil Righteousness
  • Civil Rights
  • Clark Gordon Haddon (1902-1985).
  • Cleanness, Uncleanness
  • Clement of Alexandria (ca. 150-ca. 215).
  • Clement of Rome
  • Clergy
  • Clergy, Secular
  • Cloud of Unknowing, The (ca. 1370).
  • Coadjutor Bishop
  • Cobb John B. Jr. (b. 1925).
  • Cocceius, Johannes (1603-1669).
  • Cohabitation
  • Coke, Thomas (1747-1814).
  • Collegialism
  • Comforter
  • Command, Commandment
  • Commandment, the New
  • Commission, Great
  • Common Grace
  • Common Order, Book Of
  • Common Prayer, Book Of
  • Communication of Attributes, Communicatio Idiomatum
  • Communicatio Operationum
  • Communion, Holy
  • Communion of Saints
  • Communitarianism, Community of Goods
  • Comparative Religion
  • Conciliarism
  • Concomitance
  • Concord, Book Of (1580).
  • Concord, Formula Of (1577).
  • Concursus
  • Condemnation
  • Conditional Immortality
  • Cone James H (b. 1938).
  • Confessing Church
  • Confession
  • Confession of 1967
  • Confessions of Faith
  • Confirmation
  • Congregationalism
  • Conscience
  • Conscientious Objection
  • Consensus Tigurinus
  • Consistent Eschatology
  • Constantinople, First Council Of (381).
  • Constantinople, Second Council Of (553).
  • Constantinople, Third Council Of (681).
  • Constructive Theology
  • Consubstantiation
  • Consummation of the Age
  • Contextualization of Theology
  • Contingency Argument for God
  • Contingent Being
  • Continuous Creation
  • Contraception
  • Contra-Remonstrants
  • Contribution, Gift Of
  • Conversion
  • Cooperation, Ecclesiastical
  • Correction
  • Cosmological Argument for God
  • Councils, Church
  • Counter-reformation
  • Covenant
  • Covenant, New
  • Covenant of Grace
  • Covenant of Redemption
  • Covenant of Works
  • Covenant Theology
  • Creation, Continuous
  • Creation, Doctrine Of
  • Creation, New; Creature, New
  • Creationism
  • Creed, Creeds
  • Cremation
  • Criminal Law and Punishment in Bible Times
  • Crisis Theology
  • Cross, Crucifixion
  • Cross, Theology of The
  • Crown
  • Crucifixion
  • Crypto-Calvinism
  • Cudworth, Ralph (1617-1688).
  • Cullmann, Oscar (1902-1999).
  • Cults
  • Culture and Christianity
  • Curate
  • Curse
  • Cyprian (200-258).
  • Cyril of Alexandria (d. 444).
  • Cyril of Jerusalem (ca. 310-387).
  • Dd
  • Dabney Robert Lewis (1820-1898).
  • Daly, Mary (b. 1928).
  • Damnation
  • Darby John Nelson (1800-1882).
  • Dark Night of the Soul
  • Day
  • Day of Atonement
  • Day of Christ, God, the Lord
  • Days, Last
  • Deacon, Deaconess
  • Dead, Abode of The
  • Dead, Prayers for The
  • Deadly Sins, Seven
  • Dead Sea Scrolls
  • Dean
  • Death
  • Death, Second
  • Death of Christ
  • Death of God Theology
  • Death Penalty
  • Decalogue
  • Decrees of God
  • Defilement
  • Deism
  • Deity of Christ
  • Deliverance, Deliverer
  • Deluge
  • Demiurge
  • Demon, Demonization
  • Demythologization
  • Denney, James (1856-1917).
  • Denominationalism
  • Deontological Ethics
  • Depravity, Total
  • Derrida, Jacques
  • Descartes, René (1596-1650).
  • Descent into Hell (Hades)
  • Design, Argument From
  • Despair
  • Determinism
  • Devil
  • Devil Ransom Theory
  • Devotio Moderna
  • Diadem
  • Dialectical Theology
  • Dichotomy
  • Diocese
  • Dionysius the Pseudo-areopagite
  • Discerning of Spirits
  • Disciple
  • Discipleship Movement
  • Discipline, Church
  • Discrimination
  • Dispensation, Dispensationalism
  • Divine Presence
  • Divinity of Christ
  • Divorce
  • Docetism
  • Dodd Charles Harold (1884-1973).
  • Doddridge, Philip (1702-1751).
  • Dogma
  • Dogmatics
  • Von Döllinger Johann Joseph Ignaz (1799-1890).
  • Dominic, Dominicans
  • Donatism
  • Doorkeeper
  • Dooyeweerd, Herman (1894-1977).
  • Dorner Isaac August (1809-1884).
  • Dort Synod Of (1618-1619).
  • Double Predestination
  • Double Procession of the Holy Spirit
  • Doubt, Religious
  • Downgrade Controversy
  • Doxology
  • Drechsel, Thomas
  • Drink Offering
  • Drunkenness
  • Dualism
  • Dulia
  • Duns Scotus John (1266-1308).
  • Duty
  • Dwight, Timothy (1752-1817).
  • Ee
  • Earth, Age Of
  • Earth, New
  • Easter
  • Ebeling, Gerhard (b. 1912).
  • Ebionites
  • Ecclesia
  • Eck, Johann (1486-1543).
  • Eckhart, Meister
  • Ecology
  • Ecumenical Councils
  • Ecumenism
  • Eddy Mary Baker (1821-1910).
  • Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758).
  • Effectual Calling
  • Efficacious Grace
  • Egotism
  • El
  • Elder
  • Elect, Election
  • El-Eloe-Israel
  • El Elyon
  • Elements, Elemental Spirits
  • Elijah
  • Ellul, Jacques (1912-1994).
  • Elohim
  • El Shaddai
  • Elyah
  • Emanation
  • Ember Days
  • Emerson Ralph Waldo (1803-1882).
  • Emmanuel
  • Emotion
  • Empiricism
  • Encratites
  • End of the World
  • Energumen
  • The Enlightenment
  • Environment
  • Envy
  • Ephesus, Council Of (431).
  • Epicureanism
  • Epiphany
  • Episcopacy
  • Episcopius, Simon (1583-1643).
  • Epistemology
  • Equiprobabilism
  • Erasmus, Desiderius (1466?-1536).
  • Erastianism
  • Erickson Millard J (b. 1932).
  • Erigena John Scotus (810-877).
  • Erlangen School of Theology
  • Error in the Bible
  • Eschatology
  • Essence
  • Essenes
  • Esthetics, Christian View Of
  • Eternal Generation
  • Eternality of God
  • Eternal Life
  • Eternal Punishment
  • Eternal Security of the Believer
  • Eternal Sin
  • Eternal State
  • Eternity
  • Ethical Systems, Christian
  • Ethics, Biblical
  • Ethics, Sexual
  • Ethics, Situation
  • Ethics, Social
  • Eucharist
  • Eugenics
  • Eusebius of Caesarea (ca. 265-ca. 339).
  • Euthanasia
  • Eutychianism
  • Evangelicalism
  • Evangelism
  • Evangelism, Gift Of
  • Eve
  • Evening Prayer, Evensong
  • Everlasting Life
  • Everlasting Punishment
  • Evidences of Christianity
  • Evil
  • Evil, Problem Of
  • Evil One
  • Evil Spirits
  • Evolution
  • Exaltation of Jesus Christ
  • Ex Cathedra
  • Excommunication
  • Exemplarism
  • Exhortation
  • Exhortation, Gift Of
  • Existence
  • Existence of God, Arguments For
  • Existentialism
  • Ex Nihilo, Creatio
  • Ex Opere Operato
  • Exorcism
  • Exorcist
  • Expediency
  • Experience, Theology Of
  • Expiation
  • External Calling
  • Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus
  • Extreme Unction
  • Ff
  • Fairbairn Andrew Martin (1838-1912).
  • Faith
  • Faith, Gift Of
  • Faithfulness
  • Faith Healing
  • Fall of the Human Race
  • False Christs
  • Farrar Frederic William (1831-1903).
  • Farrer Austin Marsden (1904-1968).
  • Fast, Fasting
  • Fate, Fatalism
  • Father, God As
  • Fathers, Church
  • Feasts and Festivals, Christian
  • Feasts and Festivals, Old Testament
  • Febronianism
  • Federal Theology
  • Feeling, Theology Of
  • Felix Culpa
  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship Offering
  • Feminism, Feminist Theology
  • Feminism, Christian
  • Fénelon, Francois de Salignac de La Mothe (1651-1715).
  • Festivals
  • Fideism
  • Filioque
  • Final State
  • Finney Charles Grandison (1792-1875).
  • Fire, Lake Of
  • Firstborn
  • First Day of the Week
  • First Resurrection
  • Five Points of Calvinism
  • Five Ways
  • Fixed Feast
  • Flacius, Matthias (1520-1575).
  • Flesh
  • Flood
  • Florovsky, Georges (1893-1979).
  • Followers of the Way
  • Foot Washing
  • Foreknowledge
  • Forensic Righteousness
  • Foreordination
  • Forgiveness
  • Form Criticism
  • Formula of Concord
  • Fornication
  • Forsyth Peter Taylor (1848-1921).
  • Fortitude
  • Fortunate Fall
  • Fosdick Harry Emerson (1878-1969).
  • Foucault, Michel
  • Fourfold Sense of Scripture
  • Four Spiritual Laws, The
  • Fox, George (1624-1691).
  • Franciscan Order
  • Francis of Assisi (1182-1226).
  • Francke August Hermann (1663-1727).
  • Freedom, Christian
  • Freedom, Free Will, and Determinism
  • Freewill Offering
  • Frei Hans Wilhelm (1922-1988).
  • Friend
  • Friends, Society Of
  • Friends of God (Ger. Gottesfreunde).
  • Fullness of Time
  • Fundamentalism
  • Fundamentals, The
  • Gg
  • Gadamer, Hans-Georg (b. 1900).
  • Gaebelein Arno Clemens (1861-1945).
  • Gallican Articles, Four (1682).
  • Gallic Confession (1559).
  • Gallicanism
  • Gap Theory
  • Gehenna
  • General Revelation
  • Generation, Eternal
  • Genetic Engineering
  • Genevan Catechism (1537).
  • Gerhard, Johann (1582-1637).
  • German Christians
  • Ghost, Holy
  • Gifts, Spiritual
  • Gilkey Langdon Brown (b. 1919).
  • Gill, John (1697-1771).
  • Gladden, Washington (1836-1918).
  • Glorification
  • Glory
  • Glory, Theology Of
  • Glossolalia
  • Gnesio-Lutherans
  • Gnosticism
  • God, Arguments for the Existence Of
  • God, Attributes Of
  • God, Doctrine Of
  • God, Names Of
  • Godliness
  • Gogarten, Friedrich (1887-1967).
  • Golden Rule
  • Gomarus, Francis (1563-1641).
  • Good, the Good, Goodness
  • Good Friday
  • Good News
  • Good Works
  • Gore, Charles (1853-1932).
  • Gospel
  • Gospel, Social Implications Of
  • Government
  • Government, Church
  • Government, Gift Of
  • Governmental Theory of the Atonement
  • Grace
  • Grace, Means Of
  • Grain Offering
  • Great Awakenings
  • Great Commission
  • Great Schism
  • Great Tribulation
  • Grebel, Conrad (ca. 1498-1526).
  • Gregory I the Great (540-604).
  • Gregory of Nazianzus (ca. 329-ca. 389).
  • Gregory of Nyssa (ca. 335-ca. 394).
  • Gregory Palamas (1296-1359).
  • Griffith Thomas William Henry (1861-1924).
  • Groningen Theology
  • Groote, Gerard (1340-1384).
  • Grotius, Hugo (1583-1645).
  • Guardian Angel
  • Guilt
  • Guilt Offering
  • Gutiérrez Gustavo (b. 1928).
  • Guyon, Madame (1648-1717).
  • Hh
  • Hades
  • Halfway Covenant (1662).
  • Hallelujah
  • Halloween (All Hallows Eve).
  • Hands, Laying on Of
  • Happiness
  • Hardening, Hardness of Heart
  • Harnack, Adolf (1851-1930).
  • Harris, Howel
  • Hartshorne, Charles (b. 1897).
  • Hate
  • Hauerwas, Stanley (b. 1940).
  • Head, Headship
  • Headlam Arthur Cayley (1862-1947).
  • Heal, Healing
  • Healing, Gift Of
  • Heart
  • Heaven
  • The Heavenlies
  • Heavens, New
  • Heave Offering
  • Hedonism
  • Hegel Georg Wilhelm Friedrich (1770-1831).
  • Heidegger, Martin (1889-1976).
  • Heidelberg Catechism (1563).
  • Heilsgeschichte
  • Heim, Karl (1874-1958).
  • Heir
  • Hell
  • Helps, Gift Of
  • Helvetic Confessions
  • Hengstenberg Ernst Wilhelm (1802-1869).
  • Henry Carl Ferdinand Howard (b. 1913).
  • Heresy
  • Hermas, Shepherd Of
  • Hermeneutic, New
  • Hermeneutics
  • Hermetic Literature
  • Herrnhut
  • Hesychasm
  • Hibbert Lectures
  • Hick John Harwood (b. 1922).
  • Hierarchy
  • High Church Movement
  • Higher Criticism
  • High Priest
  • Hilary of Poitiers (ca. 315-368).
  • Hinnom, Valley Of
  • Hippolytus (ca. 170-ca. 236).
  • Historical Theology
  • Historie and Geschichte
  • History of Religion School
  • History of Salvation
  • Hocking William Ernest (1873-1966).
  • Hodge Archibald Alexander (1823-1886).
  • Hodge, Charles (1797-1878).
  • Hofman, Melchior
  • Von Hofmann Johann Christian Konrad (1810-1877).
  • Holiness
  • Holiness Movement, American
  • Holiness of God
  • Holiness of the Christian
  • Holl, Karl (1866-1926).
  • Holocaust, The
  • Holy Communion
  • Holy Ghost
  • Holy of Holies
  • Holy Saturday
  • Holy Spirit
  • Holy Week
  • Homoousios
  • Homosexuality
  • Honest to God Debate
  • Hooker, Richard (1554-1600).
  • Hope
  • Hope, Theology Of
  • Hosts, Lord Of
  • Household Salvation
  • House of God
  • Hubmaier, Balthasar (ca. 1480-1528).
  • Hügel, Friedrich Von
  • Humanism
  • Humanism, Christian
  • Humanity of Christ
  • Hume, David (1711-1776).
  • Humiliation of Jesus Christ
  • Humility
  • Hus, Jan (ca. 1372-1415).
  • Hutchinson, Anne (1591-1643).
  • Hyperdulia
  • Hypostasis
  • Hypostatic Union
  • Ii
  • “I Am” Sayings
  • Ibn Rushd
  • Icon
  • Idealism
  • Identification with Christ
  • Idolatry
  • Ignatius of Antioch
  • Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556).
  • Ignorance
  • Illumination (1)
  • Illuminative Way, The (Lat. Via Illuminativa).
  • Illyricus
  • Image of God
  • Images, Veneration Of
  • Imago Dei
  • Imitation of Christ
  • Immaculate Conception
  • Immanence of God
  • Immanuel
  • Immersion
  • Imminence
  • Immortality
  • Immortality, Conditional
  • Immutability of God
  • Impanation (Lat. impanare, “to embody in bread”).
  • Impassibility of God
  • Impeccability of Christ
  • Imprecatory Psalms
  • Imputation
  • Incarnation (Lat. in and carō stem carn, meaning “flesh”).
  • Inclusive Language
  • Indian Theology
  • Indulgences
  • Inerrancy and Infallibility of the Bible
  • Infallibility
  • Infant Baptism
  • Infant Salvation
  • Infralapsarianism (Lat. for “after the fall,” sometimes designated “sublapsarianism”).
  • Inheritance
  • Inheritance of Adam's Sin
  • Iniquity
  • Inner Light
  • Inner Man (Gr. ho esō anthrōpos).
  • Inspiration, Plenary
  • Inspiration, Verbal
  • Inspiration of the Bible
  • Integrative Theology
  • Intercession
  • Intercession of Christ
  • Intermediate State
  • Internal Calling
  • Internal Testimony of the Holy Spirit
  • Interpretation of the Bible
  • Interpretation of Tongues, Gift Of
  • Invisible Church
  • Invocation of Saints
  • Irenaeus (ca. 130-ca. 200).
  • Irish Articles (1615).
  • Ironside Henry Allen (1876-1951).
  • Irresistible Grace
  • Irving, Edward (1792-1834).
  • Israel, New
  • Israel and Prophecy
  • Issy, Articles Of (1695).
  • Jj
  • Jah
  • Jahweh
  • Jansen Cornelius Otto (1558-1638).
  • Jansenism
  • Jaspers, Karl (1883-1969).
  • Jealousy
  • Jehovah
  • Jehovah's Witnesses
  • Jerome (ca. 347-419).
  • Jerusalem
  • Jerusalem, New
  • Jesuits
  • Jesus Christ
  • Jesus Prayer
  • Jesus Seminar
  • Jocz, Jakób (1906-1983).
  • John, Theology Of
  • John of the Cross (1542-1591).
  • John the Baptist
  • Jones, Griffith
  • Jones Rufus Matthew (1863-1948).
  • Joy
  • Judaism
  • Judaizers
  • Judgment
  • Judgment, Last
  • Judgment of Nations
  • Judgment Seat
  • Julian of Norwich (ca. 1342-ca. 1417).
  • Jüngel Eberhard (b. 1934).
  • Justice
  • Justification
  • Justin Martyr (ca. 100-ca. 165).
  • Justitia Civilis
  • Kk
  • Kabbalah (Heb. qābal, “to receive tradition”).
  • Kagawa, Toyohiko (1888-1960).
  • Kähler, Martin (1835-1912).
  • Kant, Immanuel (1724-1804).
  • Kaufman Gordon D (b. 1925).
  • Keble, John (1792-1866).
  • Kempis, Thomas À
  • Kenosis, Kenotic Theology
  • Kerygma
  • Keswick Convention
  • Keys of the Kingdom
  • Kierkegaard, Søren (1813-1855).
  • King, Christ As
  • King Martin Luther Jr. (1929-1968).
  • Kingdom of Christ, God, Heaven
  • Kingsley, Charles (1819-1875).
  • Kneel, Kneeling
  • Knowledge
  • Knowledge, Gift Of
  • Knox, John (1514?-1572).
  • Koinonia
  • Konzequent Eschatologie
  • Kraemer, Hendrik (1888-1965).
  • Kulturkampf
  • Küng Hans (b. 1928).
  • Kuyper, Abraham (1837-1920).
  • Ll
  • Labor
  • Lactantius (ca. 240-ca. 320).
  • Lake of Fire
  • Lamb of God
  • Landmarkism
  • Language about God
  • Last Adam, The
  • Last Day, Days
  • Last Judgment
  • Last Supper
  • Last Times
  • Latimer, Hugh (ca. 1485-1555).
  • Latitudinarianism
  • Latria
  • Latter Days
  • Latter-Day Saints
  • Laud, William (1573-1645).
  • Lauds
  • Lausanne Covenant
  • Law, Biblical Concept Of
  • Law, William (1686-1761).
  • Law and Grace
  • Law and Justice in Ancient Times
  • Lawless One
  • Lawrence, Brother
  • Laying on of Hands
  • Leadership, Gift Of
  • Leibniz Gottfried Wilhelm (1646-1716).
  • Leipzig Disputation (1519).
  • Lent
  • Leo I, the Great
  • Lessing Gotthold Ephraim (1729-1781).
  • Levinas, Emmanuel
  • Lewis Clive Staples (1898-1963).
  • Lex Talionis
  • Liberal Evangelicalism
  • Liberalism, Theological
  • Liberation Theology
  • Liberty, Christian
  • Liberty, Religious
  • Liddon Henry Parry (1829-1890).
  • Lie, Lying
  • Life
  • Life, Book Of
  • Life, Everlasting
  • Light
  • Likeness of God
  • Limbo
  • Limited Atonement
  • Lindbeck, George (b. 1927).
  • Literalism
  • Literal Sense of Scripture
  • Liturgical Year
  • Liturgies
  • Lloyd-Jones David Martyn (1899-1981).
  • Locke, John (1632-1704).
  • Logical Positivism
  • Logos
  • Logos Spermatikos
  • Loisy Alfred Firmin (1857-1940).
  • Lollards
  • Lombard, Peter
  • Lonergan Bernard Joseph Francis (1904-1984).
  • Lord
  • Lord, Jesus as
  • Lord of Hosts
  • Lord's Day
  • Lord's Prayer
  • Lord's Supper
  • Lord's Supper, Views Of
  • Love
  • Love Feast
  • Lovingkindness
  • Low Church
  • Lucifer
  • Luke, Theology Of
  • Lust
  • Luther, Martin (1483-1546).
  • Lutheran Tradition
  • Luther's Small Catechism
  • Lux, Mundi
  • Lying
  • Mm
  • MacDonald, George (1824-1905).
  • Machen John Gresham (1881-1937).
  • MacKinnon Donald Mackenzie (1913-1994).
  • Mackintosh Hugh Ross (1870-1936).
  • Macquarrie, John (b. 1919).
  • Magnificat
  • Majoristic Controversy
  • Major Orders
  • Man, Natural
  • Man, Old and New
  • Man, Son Of
  • Mandaeans
  • Mani (216-276).
  • Manichaeism
  • Mankind, Doctrine Of
  • Mankind, Origin Of
  • Man of Lawlessness
  • Man of Sin
  • Manson Thomas Walter (1893-1958).
  • Many
  • Marburg Colloquy (1529).
  • Marcion (d. ca. 160).
  • Mariology
  • Marion, Jean-Luc
  • Maritain, Jacques (1882-1973).
  • Mark, Theology Of
  • Mark of the Beast
  • Marpeck, Pilgram
  • Marriage, Marriage Customs in Bible Times
  • Marriage, Theology Of
  • Marriage Feast of the Lamb
  • Marrow Controversy
  • Martyr, Justin
  • Martyr, Peter
  • Mary, Assumption Of
  • Mary, the Blessed Virgin
  • Mascall Eric Lionel (1905-1993).
  • Mass
  • Mathews, Shailer (1863-1941).
  • Matins
  • Matter
  • Matthew, Theology Of
  • Maundy Thursday
  • Maurice John Frederick Denison (1805-1872).
  • May Laws
  • McFague, Sallie (b. 1933).
  • McGiffert Arthur Cushman (1861-1933).
  • McGrath Alister E (b. 1953).
  • M'cheyne Robert Murray (1813-1843).
  • McPherson Aimee Semple (1890-1944).
  • Means of Grace
  • Meat Offering
  • Mediating Theology (Ger. Vermittlungstheologie).
  • Mediation, Mediator
  • Meister Eckhart (ca. 1260-1328).
  • Melanchthon, Philip (1497-1560).
  • Melchiorites
  • Melitian Schisms
  • Melville, Andrew (1545-1622).
  • Mennonites
  • Menno Simons (ca. 1496-1561).
  • Mercersburg Theology
  • Merciful Acts, Gift Of
  • Mercy
  • Mercy Seat
  • Merit
  • Merton, Thomas (1915-1968).
  • Messiah
  • Messianic Banquet
  • Messianic Judaism
  • Metaphysics
  • Metempsychosis
  • Methodism
  • Methodism, Calvinistic
  • Metropolitan
  • Metz Johannes Baptist (b. 1936).
  • Midtribulation Rapture
  • Millennium, Views of The
  • Miller, William (1782-1849).
  • Mind
  • Minister
  • Ministry
  • Minor Orders
  • Miracle
  • Miracles, Gift Of
  • Missiology
  • Modalism
  • Moderator
  • Modernism
  • Modernism, Catholic
  • Molinos, Miguel De
  • Moltmann Jürgen (b. 1926).
  • Monarchianism
  • Monasticism
  • Monergism
  • Money
  • Monism
  • Monophysitism
  • Monotheism
  • Monothelitism
  • Montanism
  • Moon, Sun Myung
  • Moral Argument for God
  • Moral Inability
  • Moral Influence Theory of Atonement
  • Moral Re-armament
  • Moral Theology
  • Moravian Brethren
  • More, Henry (1614-1687).
  • Mormonism
  • Morning Prayer
  • Mortality
  • Mortal Sin
  • Moses
  • Most Holy Place
  • Mother of God
  • Mott John Raleigh (1865-1955).
  • Movable Feast
  • Muhlenberg Henry Melchior (1721-1787).
  • Mullins Edgar Young (1860-1928).
  • Müntzer, Thomas
  • Murray, Andrew (1828-1917).
  • Murray, John (1898-1975).
  • Music in the Evangelical Tradition
  • Mystery
  • Mystery of Iniquity
  • Mystery Religions
  • Mystical Sense of Scripture
  • Mystical Union
  • Mysticism
  • Myth
  • Myth of God Incarnate Debate
  • Nn
  • Nag Hammadi Codices
  • Names in Bible Times, Significance Of
  • Narrative Theology
  • Nations, Judgment Of
  • Naturalism
  • Natural Law
  • Natural Man
  • Natural Revelation
  • Natural Theology
  • Nature, Theology Of
  • Nazarene
  • Neander Johann August Wilhelm (1789-1850).
  • Necessary Being
  • Nee, Watchman
  • Negation, Way Of
  • Neoevangelicalism
  • Neonomianism
  • Neo-orthodoxy
  • Neo-pentecostalism
  • Neoplatonism
  • Neo-thomism
  • Nestorius, Nestorianism
  • New, Newness
  • New Age Movement
  • New Birth
  • New Commandment
  • New Covenant
  • New Creation, New Creature
  • New England Theology
  • New Evangelicalism
  • New Hampshire Confession (1833).
  • New Haven Theology
  • New Heavens and New Earth
  • New Hermeneutic
  • New Jerusalem, Church of The
  • New Jerusalem
  • New Light Schism
  • New Man
  • Newman John Henry (1801-1890).
  • New Morality
  • New Quest of the Historical Jesus
  • New School Theology
  • New Testament
  • New Testament Canon
  • New Testament Theology
  • Niagara Conferences
  • Nicea, Council Of (325).
  • Nicea, Second Council Of (787).
  • Nicene Creed
  • Niebuhr Helmut Richard (1894-1962).
  • Niebuhr, Reinhold (1892-1971).
  • Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm
  • Nihilism
  • Ninety-Five Theses (1517).
  • Nominalism
  • Nonconformity
  • Northfield Conferences
  • Novatian Schism
  • Numerology, Biblical
  • Numinous, The
  • Nygren, Anders (1890-1978).
  • Oo
  • Obedience
  • Obedience of Christ
  • Oberlin Theology
  • Oblation
  • Obscenity
  • Occam, William Of
  • Occult
  • Ockham, William Of
  • Oden Thomas C (b. 1931).
  • Offerings and Sacrifices in Bible Times
  • Office, Daily (Divine)
  • Officers, Church
  • Offices of Christ
  • Ogden Schubert Miles (b. 1928).
  • Oil, Anointing With
  • Old Lights, The
  • Old Man
  • Old Roman Creed
  • Old School Theology
  • Old Testament
  • Old Testament Canon
  • Old Testament Theology
  • Olevianus, Caspar (1536-1587).
  • Oman John Wood (1860-1939).
  • Omission, Sins Of
  • Omnipotence
  • Omnipresence
  • Omniscience
  • Only Begotten
  • Ontological Argument for God
  • Ontology
  • Van Oosterzee Jan Jakob (1817-1882).
  • Oppression
  • Opus Operatum
  • Ordain, Ordination
  • Order of Salvation
  • Orders, Holy
  • Orders, Major
  • Ordination of Women
  • Ordo Salutis
  • Origen (ca. 185-ca. 254).
  • Original Righteousness
  • Original Sin
  • Origin of Mankind
  • Origin of the Soul
  • Origin of the Universe
  • Orr, James (1844-1913).
  • Orthodox Tradition
  • Orthodoxy
  • Osiander, Andreas (1498-1552).
  • Osterwald Jean Frederic (1663-1747).
  • Otto, Rudolf (1869-1937).
  • Overseer
  • Owen, John (1616-1683).
  • Oxford Group Movement
  • Oxford Movement
  • Pp
  • Pacifism
  • Packer, James Innell (b. 1926).
  • Paedobaptism
  • Pain
  • Pain of God Theology
  • Palamas, Gregory
  • Paley, William (1743-1805).
  • Palm Sunday
  • Panentheism
  • Pannenberg, Wolfhart (b. 1928).
  • Pantheism
  • Papacy
  • Paraclete
  • Paradise
  • Paradox
  • Paradox, Theology Of
  • Pardon
  • Parker Society
  • Parousia
  • Pascal, Blaise (1623-1662).
  • Pascal's Wager
  • Paschal Controversies
  • Passion of Christ
  • Passover
  • Pastor
  • Patriarch
  • Patripassianism
  • Pattern
  • Paul, Theology Of
  • Paulicians
  • Paul of Samosata
  • Peace
  • Peace Offering
  • Pelagius, Pelagianism
  • Penal Theory of the Atonement
  • Penance
  • Penitence
  • Pentecost
  • Pentecostalism
  • Perfection, Perfectionism
  • Perichoresis
  • Perpetual Virginity of Mary
  • Perseverance
  • Person, God As
  • Personalism
  • Person of Christ
  • Peter, Primacy Of
  • Peter Lombard (ca. 1100-1160).
  • Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1562).
  • Peter the Apostle
  • Pharisees
  • Phenomenology of Religion
  • Philippists
  • Philokalia (Gr. philos, lover; kalia, the beautiful or excellent).
  • Philosophy, Christian View Of
  • Philosophy of Religion
  • Photian Schism
  • Pietism
  • Pighius, Albert (ca. 1490-1542).
  • Pinnock Clark H (b. 1937).
  • Plantinga, Alvin (b. 1932).
  • Plato, Platonism
  • Pleasure, God's Good
  • Plenary Inspiration
  • Pleroma
  • Plotinus
  • Polanus, Amandus (1561-1610).
  • Polygamy
  • Polytheism
  • Poor, Poverty
  • Pope
  • Pope William Burt (1822-1903).
  • Pornography
  • Porter
  • Positive Thinking
  • Positivism
  • Possession, Demon
  • Postlapsarianism
  • Postliberal Theology
  • Postmillennialism
  • Postmodernism
  • Posttribulation Rapture
  • Poverty, Christians And
  • Power, Powers
  • Pragmatism
  • Prayer
  • Prayer, the Lord's
  • Prayers for the Dead
  • Preach, Preaching
  • Prebendary
  • Predestination
  • Preexistence of Christ
  • Preexistence of the Soul
  • Prelacy
  • Premillennialism
  • Presbyter
  • Presbyterianism
  • Presence, Divine
  • Preterition
  • Pretribulation Rapture
  • Prevenient Grace
  • Priest, Christ As
  • Priesthood
  • Priests and Levites
  • Princeton Theology, Old
  • Principalities and Powers
  • Priscillianism
  • Probabiliorism
  • Probabilism
  • Problem of Evil
  • Procession of the Spirit
  • Process Theology
  • Promise
  • Prophecy, Gift Of
  • Prophecy, Prophet
  • Prophet, Christ As
  • Propitiation
  • Protestantism
  • Providence of God
  • Prudence
  • Pseudo-dionysius the Areopagite
  • Psychology and Christianity
  • Psychology of Religion
  • Punishment
  • Punishment, Everlasting
  • Purgative Way, The
  • Purgatory
  • Puritanism
  • Pusey Edward Bouverie (1800-1882).
  • Qq
  • Quadragesima
  • Quakers
  • Quenstedt Johann Andreas (1617-1688).
  • Quest of the Historical Jesus
  • Quicumque Vult
  • Quietism
  • Quimby, Phineas Parkhurst
  • Quinquagesima
  • Qumran
  • Rr
  • Racism
  • Racovian Catechism (1605).
  • Radical Theology
  • Rahner, Karl (1904-1984).
  • Ramm, Bernard (1916-1992).
  • Ramsey Ian Thomas (1915-1972).
  • Ramus, Peter (1515-1572).
  • Ransom
  • Rapture of the Church
  • Rationalism
  • Rauschenbusch, Walter (1861-1918).
  • Reader
  • Realism
  • Realism, Scottish
  • Realized Eschatology
  • Real Presence
  • Reason
  • Rebaptism
  • Rebirth
  • Recapitulation
  • Receptionism
  • Reconciliation
  • Rector
  • Redeemer, Redemption
  • Redemption, General
  • Redemption, Particular
  • Redemption History
  • Reformation, Protestant
  • Reformed Tradition
  • Regeneration
  • Regeneration, Baptismal
  • Regula Fidei
  • Reid, Thomas
  • Reincarnation
  • Relativism
  • Relics
  • Religion, Phenomenology Of
  • Religion, Religious
  • Religion, Sociology Of
  • Religionless Christianity
  • Religions
  • Religionsgeschichte
  • Religious Liberty
  • Religious Pluralism
  • Remarriage
  • Remission of Sins
  • Remnant
  • Remonstrants
  • Renan Joseph Ernest (1823-1892).
  • Renewal
  • Renewal, Church
  • Repentance
  • Reprobation
  • Responsibility
  • Restoration of Israel
  • Resurrection of Christ
  • Resurrection of the Dead
  • Retaliation
  • Revelation, General
  • Revelation, Special
  • Revenge
  • Revisionist Theology
  • Revival, Spiritual
  • Revivalism
  • Reward
  • Richardson, Alan (1905-1975).
  • Riches
  • Ricoeur, Paul (b. 1913).
  • Righteousness
  • Righteousness, Civil
  • Righteousness, Original
  • Righteousness of God
  • Rights, Human
  • Ritschl, Albrecht (1822-1889).
  • Robinson Henry Wheeler (1872-1945).
  • Robinson John Arthur Thomas (1919-1983).
  • Roman Catholicism
  • Roman Creed, Old
  • Romanticism
  • Rorty, Richard
  • Rowland, Daniel
  • Ruether Rosemary Radford (b. 1936).
  • Rule of Faith (Lat. regula fidei).
  • Rural Dean
  • Russell, Charles Taze
  • Rutherford, Joseph Franklin
  • Rutherford, Samuel (1600-1661).
  • Ss
  • Sabaoth
  • Sabbatarianism
  • Sabbath
  • Sabellianism
  • Sacrament
  • Sacrifice
  • Sadducees
  • Saint, Saintliness
  • Sainthood
  • Saints, Invocation Of
  • Saints, Veneration Of
  • Salvation
  • Salvation Army, The
  • Salvation History
  • Sanctification
  • Sardica Council Of (343-344).
  • Sartre, Jean-Paul
  • Satan (Heb. śāṭān, “adversary”).
  • Satanism
  • Satisfaction
  • Satisfaction Theory, The
  • Sattler, Michael
  • Saumer Academy
  • Savior
  • Savonarola, Girolamo (1452-1498).
  • Savoy Conference (1661).
  • Saxon Confession (1551).
  • Saybrook Platform (1708).
  • Sayers Dorothy Leigh (1893-1957).
  • Sayings of Jesus
  • Scapegoat
  • Schaeffer, Francis (1912-1984).
  • Schaff, Philip (1819-1893).
  • Schillebeeckx, Edward (b. 1914).
  • Schism (Gr. schisma, “division”).
  • Schism, Great (1054).
  • Schlatter Adolf Von (1852-1938).
  • Schleiermacher Friedrich Daniel Ernst (1768-1834).
  • Schleitheim, Seven Articles Of
  • Schmucker Samuel Simon (1799-1873).
  • Scholasticism
  • Scholasticism, Protestant
  • Schoolmen
  • Schüssler Fiorenza Elisabeth (b. 1938).
  • Schwabach, Articles Of (1529).
  • Schweitzer, Albert (1875-1965).
  • Von Schwenckfeld Kasper Ossig (1489-1561).
  • Science and Health, with a Key to the Scriptures
  • Science and Theology
  • Scientia Media
  • Scientific Creationism
  • Scofield Cyrus Ingerson (1843-1921).
  • Scopes Trial (1925).
  • Scots Confession (1560).
  • Scottish Realism
  • Scripture
  • Scripture, Authority Of
  • Second Adam
  • Second Advent of Christ
  • Secondary Separation
  • Second Chance
  • Second Coming of Christ
  • Second Death
  • Second Great Awakening
  • Sect, Sectarianism (Lat. secta, “party, school, faction,” perhaps deriving from the past participle either of secare, “to cut, to separate,” or of sequi, “to follow”).
  • Secular Christianity
  • Secular Clergy
  • Secularism, Secular Humanism
  • Security of the Believer
  • Segundo Juan Luis (b. 1925).
  • Self-Esteem, Self-Love
  • Self-Examination
  • Self-Existence of God
  • Self-Righteousness
  • Semi-arianism
  • Semi-pelagianism
  • Senses of Scripture
  • Sensus Deitatis, Sensus Divinitatis
  • Sensus Plenior
  • Sentences
  • Separation
  • Separation, Marital
  • Separation of Church and State
  • Septuagesima (Lat. for “seventieth”).
  • Seraph, Seraphim
  • Sermon on the Mount
  • Serpent
  • Servant of the Lord
  • Service, Gift Of
  • Session (Lat. sessio).
  • Seven Articles of Schleitheim
  • Seven Deadly Sins
  • Seventh-Day Adventism
  • Seven Virtues
  • Sexist Language
  • Sexual Ethics
  • Shaddai
  • Shedd William Greenough Thayer (1820-1894).
  • Sheol
  • Shepherding Movement
  • Shrove Tuesday
  • Sign
  • Signs and Wonders
  • Simeon the New Theologian (949-1022).
  • Simons, Menno
  • Simplicity of God
  • Simul Justus Et Peccator
  • Sin
  • Sin, Conviction Of
  • Sin, Man Of
  • Sin, Mortal
  • Sin, Unpardonable
  • Sin, Venial (Lat. venia, “pardon, favor, kindness, forgiveness”).
  • Sinlessness of Christ
  • Sin Offering
  • Sins, Seven Deadly
  • Sins of Omission
  • Sin Unto Death
  • Situation Ethics
  • Six Articles, (1539).
  • Slavery
  • Smalcald Articles (1537).
  • Small Catechism, Luther's
  • Smith Hannah Whitall (1832-1911).
  • Smith, Joseph
  • Social Ethics
  • Social Gospel
  • Social Implications of the Gospel
  • Socialism, Christian
  • Society of Friends
  • Society of Jesus (Jesuits)
  • Socinus, Faustus (1539-1604).
  • Sociology of Religion
  • Solafidianism (Lat. sola fide “faith alone”).
  • Solidarity of the Race
  • Son of God (huios tou theou).
  • Son of Man
  • Soteriology
  • Soul
  • Soul Sleep
  • Sovereignty of God
  • Special Revelation
  • Spener Philipp Jakob (1635-1705).
  • Spinoza Benedict De (1632-1677).
  • Spiration
  • Spirit (Heb. rûaḥ, “breath of mouth,” Pss. 33:6; 135:17; then “breath of air, or wind,” Gen. 3:8 kjv margin).
  • Spirit, Holy
  • Spirit, Unclean
  • Spirits, Discernment Of
  • Spirits in Prison
  • Spiritual Body (Gr. sōma pneumatikon).
  • Spiritual Exercises
  • Spiritual Gifts
  • Spiritual Healing
  • Spirituality
  • Spiritual Warfare
  • Sprinkle, Sprinkling
  • Spurgeon Charles Haddon (1834-1892).
  • State
  • States of Jesus Christ
  • Stealing
  • Steiner, Rudolf (1861-1925).
  • Stewardship (Gr. oikonomia, “management of a household”).
  • Stoddard, Solomon (1643-1729).
  • Stoics, Stoicism
  • Storch, Nicholas
  • Stott, John R. W. (b. 1921).
  • Strauss David Friedrich (1808-1874).
  • Strong Augustus Hopkins (1836-1921).
  • Stübner, Markus
  • Subdiaconate
  • Sublapsarianism
  • Subordinationism
  • Substance (Lat. substantia, Gr. hypostasis, “standing under”).
  • Substitutionary Atonement of Christ
  • Suffering
  • Suffering Servant
  • Sufficient Grace
  • Suffragan Bishop
  • Sunday
  • Supererogation, Works Of
  • Superintendent
  • Supper, Lord's
  • Supplication
  • Supralapsarianism
  • Swedenborg, Emanuel (1688-1772).
  • Swete Henry Barclay (1835-1917).
  • Swinburne Richard Granville (b. 1934).
  • Synagogue
  • Syncretism
  • Synergism (Gr. synergos, “working together”).
  • Synod (Gr. synodos, “a group of people traveling together”).
  • Systematic Theology
  • Tt
  • Tabernacle, Temple
  • Tauler, Johannes (ca. 1300-1361).
  • Taylor Nathaniel William (1786-1858).
  • Teaching, Gift Of
  • Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre (1881-1955).
  • Teleological Argument for God
  • Temperance
  • Temple
  • Temple, William (1881-1944).
  • Temptation
  • Tempter
  • Ten Articles (1536).
  • Ten Commandments
  • Tennant Frederick Robert (1866-1957).
  • Teresa of Ávila (1515-1582).
  • Terminism
  • Territorialism
  • Tertullian (ca. 155-220).
  • Testament
  • Testimonium Spiritus Sancti Internum
  • Testimony
  • Tetragrammaton
  • Tetrapolitan Confession (1530).
  • Textual Criticism and Theology
  • Textus Receptus
  • Thank Offering
  • Theism
  • Theistic Evolution
  • Theocracy
  • Theodicy
  • Theodore of Mopsuestia
  • Theologia Crucis (Lat. for “theology of the cross”).
  • Theologia Gloriae (Lat. for “theology of glory”).
  • Theological Virtues
  • Theology, Integrative
  • Theophany
  • Theosis (Lat. for “deification”).
  • Theosophy
  • Theotokos
  • Thérèse of Lisieux (1873-1897).
  • Thielicke, Helmut (1908-1986).
  • Thiessen Henry Clarence (1883-1947).
  • Third Wave
  • Thirteen Articles, The (1538).
  • Thirty-Nine Articles (1563).
  • This Age, the Age to Come
  • Tholuck Friedrich August Gottreu (1799-1877).
  • Thomas, William Henry Griffith
  • Thomas À Kempis (ca. 1379-1471).
  • Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274).
  • Thomism
  • Thornwell James Henley (1812-1862).
  • Tillich, Paul (1886-1965).
  • Time (Gr. chronos).
  • Tindal, Matthew (ca. 1655-1733).
  • Tithe
  • Tithing
  • Toland, John (1670-1722).
  • Tolerance
  • Tongues, Gift Of
  • Tongues, Speaking In (Gr. glossolalia).
  • Torgau Articles, The
  • Torrance Thomas Forsyth (b. 1913).
  • Total Depravity
  • Tractarianism
  • Tracy, David (b. 1939).
  • Tradition
  • Traducianism
  • Transcendence of God
  • Transcendentalism
  • Transcendental Meditation (TM).
  • Transgression
  • Transmigration of Souls
  • Transubstantiation
  • Trent Council Of (1545-1563).
  • Trespass
  • Trespass Offering
  • Tribulation
  • Trichotomy
  • Trinity
  • Troeltsch, Ernst (1865-1923).
  • Trueblood David Elton (1900-1995).
  • Trust
  • Truth
  • Tübingen School
  • T.U.L.I.P.
  • Turretin, Francis (1623-1687).
  • Twelve Articles of the Peasants (1525).
  • Twofold State of Jesus
  • Two Swords Theory
  • Type, Typology
  • Tyrrell, George (1861-1909).
  • Uu
  • Ubiquity of God
  • Ultradispensationalism
  • Ultramontanism
  • Unbaptized Infants
  • Unbelief
  • Unchangeability of God
  • Unclean
  • Unction, Extreme
  • Underhill, Evelyn (1875-1941).
  • Understanding
  • Unforgiveable Sin
  • Unification Church
  • Uniformity, Acts Of
  • Unio Mystica
  • Union, Hypostatic
  • Union with Christ
  • Union with God
  • Unitarianism
  • Unitas Fratrum
  • Unitive Way, The
  • Universalism
  • Universalism, Hypothetical
  • Universe, Origin Of
  • Unpardonable Sin
  • Ursinus, Zacharias (1534-1583).
  • Ussher, James (1581-1656).
  • Utilitarianism
  • Utopianism
  • Utrecht, Declaration Of (1889).
  • Vv
  • Van Til Cornelius (1895-1987).
  • Vatican Council I (1869-1870).
  • Vatican Council II (1962-1965).
  • Veneration of Relics
  • Veneration of Saints
  • Vengeance
  • Venial Sin
  • Verbal Inspiration
  • Vermigli, Peter Martyr
  • Vermittlungstheologie
  • Vespers
  • Via Affirmativa, Via Affirmationis
  • Via Analogia
  • Via Eminentia
  • Via Illuminativa
  • Via Media
  • Via Negativa
  • Via Positiva
  • Via Purgativa
  • Via Unitiva
  • Vicar
  • Vicarious Atonement
  • Vines, Richard (1600-1656).
  • Violence
  • Virgin, Assumption of The
  • Virgin Birth of Jesus
  • Virtues, Seven Cardinal
  • Visible Church
  • Vision of God, Visio Dei
  • Vocation
  • Voluntarism
  • Von Hügel, Friedrich (1852-1925).
  • Ww
  • Waldenses, Waldensians
  • Waldenström Peter Paul (1838-1917).
  • Waldo, Peter
  • Walloon Confession
  • Walther Carl Ferdinand Wilhelm (1811-1887).
  • Walvoord John F (b. 1910).
  • War
  • Warfield Benjamin Breckinridge (1851-1921).
  • Warneck Gustav Adolf (1834-1910).
  • Washing of Feet
  • Watchman Nee (1903-1972).
  • Watson, Richard (1781-1833).
  • Watson, Thomas (d. ca. 1686).
  • Watts, Isaac (1674-1748).
  • Wave Offering
  • Way, Follower of The
  • Way International, The
  • Way of Affirmation
  • Way of Illumination
  • Way of Negation
  • Way of Purification
  • Wealth, Christian View Of
  • Weber, Otto (1902-1966).
  • Wenger John Christian (1910-1995).
  • Wesley, John (1703-1791).
  • Wesleyan Tradition
  • Westcott Brooke Foss (1825-1901).
  • Westminster Catechisms
  • Westminster Confession of Faith (1647).
  • Whichote, Benjamin
  • Whitby, Daniel (1638-1726).
  • Whitby, Synod Of (664).
  • White Ellen Gould (1827-1915).
  • Whitefield, George (1714-1770).
  • Whitehead, Alfred North
  • Whitsunday
  • Wiley Henry Orton (1877-1961).
  • Will
  • William of Ockham (ca. 1280-1349).
  • Williams John Rodman (b. 1918).
  • Will of God
  • Wisdom
  • Wisdom, Gift Of
  • Witchcraft
  • Witness, Witnessing
  • Witness of the Holy Spirit
  • Wittenberg, Concord Of (1536).
  • Wolterstorff, Nicholas (b. 1932).
  • Woman, Biblical Concept Of
  • Women, Ordination Of
  • Women in the Church
  • Wonder
  • Woolman, John (1720-1772).
  • Word, Word of God, Word of the Lord
  • Work
  • Works
  • World
  • World Council of Churches, The
  • Worldliness and Otherworldliness
  • Worldwide Church of God
  • Worms, Diet Of (1521).
  • Worry
  • Worship
  • Worship in the Church
  • Wrath of God
  • Würtemberg Confession (1552).
  • Wycliffe, John (ca. 1330-1384).
  • Yy
  • Yahweh
  • Year, Christian
  • Young, Brigham
  • Young Edward Joseph (1907-1968).
  • Zz
  • Zeller, Eduard (1814-1908).
  • Von Zinzendorf Nikolaus Ludwig (1700-1760).
  • Zionism
  • Zionism, Christian
  • Zoroastrianism
  • Zurich Agreement (1549).
  • Zwickau Prophets
  • Zwingli, Ulrich (1484-1531).