Greetings fellow seminary students!
This is a hypertext version of "Protestantism and Progress" intended
to help students better understand the author's intentions.
When you click on any of the underlined text in the outline/summary on the
left, that section of the book will appear on the right. Here is an explanation
of the color and text format codes to help you:
Words: These are words
the author uses for emphasis, such as "important" and "essential".
Words: These are words which are especialy important, within the context
of the section.
Words: These are to help see words that the author lists embedded in
- Pronouns: In
long sentences with a lot of pronouns, it can be difficult to trace the pronoun
back to what it is referring to. This is used to highlight the pronoun as
well as well as what it means.
- Quotes: As
needed for clarification and finding the text, this is used to highlight words
on the left and right when quoted text is used on the left.
- Summary: This
is used to highlight when the author makes a summary or conclusion statement
based on the text above it.
Words: These are words like "Therefore," "Hence,"
"If," etc. which the author uses to structure arguments, premesis
- Translation: Some
words have multiple meanings, depending on the time the text was written or
This is used to highlight areas where the author is contradicting him/herself,
or seems to be inserting text which out of sequence indicating a 'hidden agenda'
of the author.