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Theology Historical Theology

Historical Development of Christian Churches

Historical Development of Christian Churches is a flowchart showing the development of churches resulting from the Great Schism (1054 CE), the Protestant Reformation (1517 CE), and the Peace of Westphalia (1648).

Highlights include:

  • Eastern Orthodox: Greek, Slavic, Syrian, Coptic, …
  • Roman Catholic: Latin
  • Radical: USA: “Peace churches,” Mennonite, Quaker, Pietist Brethren
  • Magisterial
    • Lutheran: USA: Conservative and Liberal Synods
    • Anglican: USA: Episcopal — Traditional and Progressive Streams
    • Reformed: USA: Reformed, Presbyterian, Congregational, United Church of Christ
  • Largely American Churches (1800 CE; cf. Baptist and Methodist beginnings in England)
    • Wesleyan: Methodist, Holiness, Pentecostal
    • Independent: Baptist, Bible, Christian (Disciples of Christ)
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Theology Theology Proper Systematic Theology

Trinitarian Controversy: Its Progress

The Trinitarian Controversy flowchart covers the progress of the controversy from the New Testament until the councils of Nicea (325 CE) and Constantinople (381). Chart includes Logos Subordinationism and the Trinitarian Heresies.

NT / Orthodoxy timeline highlights:

  • Tertullian and Economic Subordinationism in the West;
    Origen and Logos Subordinationism in the East
  • the Council of Nicea
  • Athanasius
  • the Cappadocians
  • the Council of Constantinople
  • Augustine
  • Trinitarian Heresies: Tritheism and Monarchianism
  • within Monarchianism
    • the Western proclivity of Modalistic, Patripassianism, Sabellianism
    • the Eastern proclivity of Dynamic, Adoptionism, Arianism and Radical Subordinationism, Pneumatomachians
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Humanities History of Philosophy Modern Philosophy Philosophy

Hegel’s Dialectical Method

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831; pub. 1801-1837)

The flowchart Hegel’s Dialectical Method illustrates the dialectic of Thesis-Antithesis-Synthesis and the progress in history toward the final self-consciousness of Absolute Spirit.

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Humanities Disciplines of Philosophy Philosophy

Knowledge, Faith, and Choice

In the flowchart Knowledge, Faith, and Choice the spine highlights the progression: authority, opinion, ignorance, teachable, knowledge of, belief, belief in, and certainty.

  • Authority — by force or consent
  • Opinion — thinks he knows, but not sure he is right
  • Ignorance — knows that he does not know
  • Teachable — open to know
  • Knowledge of — knows and knows why he knows
  • Belief — knows the truth and accepts it
  • Belief in — believes the truth and embraces it
  • Certainty — relational as well as rational

The PDF flowchart shows additional details, contrasts, and explanations.

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Theology Prolegomena and Principium Systematic Theology

God’s Communication Process (Scripture)

God’s Communication Process (Scripture) illustrates the communication from God to his people via the “linked” categories of of revelation, inspiration, canonicity, transmission, translation, interpretation, and application.

Chart adapted from Earl D. Radmacher, Western Seminary.

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