By Philip Schaff
Schaff's vintage textual content at the heritage of the Christian Church--still a helpful source.
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New ed. ), Schaff-Herzog (Religious Encyclopaedia, based on Herzog but condensed, supplemented, and adapted to English and American students, edited by Philip Schaff in connection with Samuel M. Jackson and D. S. Schaff, N. , with a supplementary vol. on Living Divines and Christian Workers, 1887); Wetzer and Welte (Roman Catholic Kirchenlexicon, Freiburg i. ; second ed. newly elaborated by Cardinal Joseph Hergenröther and Dr. ); Lichtenberger. , with supplement); Mcclintock and Strong (Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, New York, 1867–’81, 10 vols.
And N. ; and Lives of the Fathers, Lond. and N. Y. 1889, 2 vols. 44 W. G. T. Shedd (Professor in the same institution, b. 1820) wrote from the standpoint of Calvinistic orthodoxy an eminently readable History of Christian Doctrine (N. ), in clear, fresh, and vigorous English, dwelling chiefly on theology, anthropology, and soteriology, and briefly touching on eschatology, but entirely omitting the doctrine of the Church and the sacraments, with the connected controversies. Philip Schaff is the author of a special History of the Apostolic Church, in English and German (N.
Comp. also Harnack’s oration at the centennial of Neander’s birth, Berlin, Jan 17, 1889, and A. Wiegand, Aug. Neander, Erfurt, 1889. 9 2 Lehrbuch der Kirchengeschichte. Bonn, 1824-’56 (4th ed. ), in 5 volumes, the last two published from his lectures after his death by Redepenning. Translated into English first by Cunningham, in Philadelphia, 1840 then by Davidson and Hull, in England, and last and best, on the basis of the former, by Henry B. , 1857-1880. The fifth and last volume of this edition was completed after Dr.