Record of the trial of the Rev. Prof. J.E. Davey by the Belfast Presbytery
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Record of the trial of the Rev. Prof. J.E. Davey by the Belfast Presbytery and of the hearing of the appeals by the General Assembly, 1927. by James Ernest Davey

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Published by General Assembly in (Belfast) .
Written in English


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ContributionsPresbyterian Church in Ireland. General Assembly., Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Presbytery of Belfast.
The Physical Object
Pagination214 p.
Number of Pages214
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20156319M

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Despite evidence drawn from his own published works, notes taken in his classes and his own defence speeches, both the Belfast Presbytery and General Assembly found him “not guilty” . 3. Davey’s Universalism as the Basis for Interfaith Dialogue 4. Davey and the Church in Ireland Today 5. Fundamentalism 6. The Cultural Context of Theology E. Davey: Hero or Heretic? Bibliography Appendices Appendix 1: The Charges Brought Against Professor Davey Rev. R. R. Davey of Corrymeela fame moved an amendment which read: Even the heresy trial of failed to unseat these heretics who stilt have the reins of the college in their hands. To use Professor Davey's own words, in Elmwood Presbyterian Church, he said: "Modern scholarship has rescued the Church from the powerlessness of a propped. Release date: March 9, Contact: Elaine Justice, Assistant Director, , or [email protected] Noted Irish Methodist To Preach At Candler Homecoming. Homecoming at Emory University's Candler School of Theology will feature sermons and discussions with noted Irish clergyman the Rev. T. David Cooper, superintendent minister at the Newtownabbey Methodist Mission in Ireland, .

  Mr Rea is hoping that his book will strike a chord with readers and all the money from its sales will go to organisations which help the homeless in east and west Belfast. Stories from the Streets and Beyond by Jim Rea, £ Available from bookshops and Amazon UK. Belfast Telegraph. The personal blog of Rev Brian McClung, Minister of Newtownabbey Free Presbyterian Church & Administrator of Newtownabbey Independent Christian School. Dr Davey was Principal and Professor at Presbyterian College, Belfast (now called Union College). He was tried for heresy in , primarily on issues related to modern Biblical criticism. Although he was acquitted, the trial had a deeply discouraging effect on him, virtually ending his activity as an author. J Gresham Machen, Presbyterian, USA. Professor J E Davey was a graduate of a number of universities, including that of Heidelberg, from which he brought back to Belfast the false and destructive notions of ‘German Rationalism’. In June , he became the youngest person ever appointed to a chair at Assembly’s College, the Presbyterian College in Belfast.