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0548060266
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978-0548060261
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Henry Eyster Jacobs
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Kessinger Publishing, LLC (July 25, 2007)
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Henry Eyster Jacobs’s most popular book is Elements of Religion.

Henry Eyster Jacobs’s most popular book is Elements of Religion. Books by Henry Eyster Jacobs. Showing 30 distinct works. Elements of Religion by. Henry Eyster Jacobs, Jordan B. Cooper (Goodreads Author) (Preface).

Jacobs was born in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the son of professor Michael and Juliana M (Eyster) Jacobs. His sister Julia Jacobs Harpster became a missionary in India; his brother Michael William Jacobs became a judge. He graduated from Pennsylvania College in 1862 and from the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg in 1865

Henry Eyster Jacobs was one of the greatest American Lutheran theologians of the 19th century. In this work, Jacobs summarizes the basics of Dogmatic Theology in the Lutheran tradition.

Henry Eyster Jacobs was one of the greatest American Lutheran theologians of the 19th century. Following the traditional Loci method, Jacobs discusses every major topic of Christian theology such as: The Doctrine of God, Christ, Salvation, the Means of Grace, and the Church. He treats these subjects in a Biblical and Confessional manner.

Elements of religion. by. Jacobs, Henry Eyster, 1844-1932.

Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Elements of religion. Theology, Doctrinal, Lutheran Church. Philadelphia, G. W. Frederick.

Originally published in 1894, Elements of Religion was written by Dr. Henry E. Jacobs (1844–1932) as a one volume introduction to dogmatic theology. his construction of the system as the best attainable, or as a great improvement on those that have already been given; but he hopes that some of the doctrines in the true-although not very usually assigned-relations in which they are placed, may gain fresh interest. Preface) Surely, Jacobs' exposition of the faith is of benefit to the Church in the twenty-first century, because he sets forth an unchanging doctrine drawn from Holy Scripture.

Henry Eyster Jacobs, American theologian. member Common Service Committee Lutheran Church, since 1885. History of Lutheran Church in America, 1893. Elements of Religion, 1894. Life of Martin Luther, 1898. The Germán Emigration to America, 1709-1740, 1899. Summary of Christian Doctrine, 1905. Lincoln’s Gettysburg World Message, 1920. Contributor to Hasting’s Encyclopædia of Religion and Ethics, 1916, 19.

Henry Eyster Jacobs, working with John . Elements of Religion (1894). Annotations on the Epistles of Paul to the Romans and I. Corinthians (1896).

Part of a series on. Lutheranism. Henry Eyster Jacobs, working with John . Lutheran Archives Center in Philadelphia holds a large collections of materials relating to Lutheran clergy, theologians and church workers including personal papers of Henry Eyster Jacobs. First Free Lutheran Diet in America, Philadelphia, December 27–28, 1877 (1878). Annotations on the Epistles of Paul to I. Cortinthians VII-XVI, II.

Find nearly any book by Henry Eyster Jacobs. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Henry Eyster Jacobs, George Frederick Spieker. ISBN 9781142773298 (978-1-142-77329-8) Softcover, Nabu Press, 2010. Elements of Religion: ISBN 9780548060261 (978-0-548-06026-1) Hardcover, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2007. The German Emigration to America 1709-1740. by Henry Eyster Jacobs.

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