Library of Congress Classification:Class B, subclass BT -- Doctrinal Theology

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Subclass BT: Doctrinal Theology is a classification used by the Library of Congress Classification system under Class B -- Philosophy, Psychology, Religion. This article describes subclass BT.

Contents[edit]

BT

10-1480 Doctrinal Theology
19-37 Doctrine and dogma
93-93.6 Judaism
95-97.2 Divine law. Moral government
98-180 God
109-115 Doctrine of the Trinity
117-123 Holy Spirit. The Paraclete
126-127.5 Revelation
130-153 Divine attributes
198-590 Christology
296-500 Life of Christ
580 Miracles. Apparitions. Shrines, sanctuaries, images, processions, etc.
587 Relics
595-680 Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ. Mariology
650-660 Miracles. Apparitions. Shrines, sanctuaries, images, processions, etc.
695-749 Creation
750-811 Salvation. Soteriology
819-891 Eschatology. Last things
899-940 Future state. Future life
960-985 Invisible world (saints, demons, etc.)
990-1010 Creeds, confessions, covenants, etc.
1029-1040 Catechisms
1095-1255 Apologetics. Evidences of Christianity
1313-1480 History of specific doctrines and movements. Heresies and schisms

Sources[edit]

Library of Congress Classification Outline