The Blackwell companion to nineteenth-century theology / edited by David Fergusson.

Contributor(s): Fergusson, David
Material type: TextTextSeries: Blackwell companions to religion: Publisher: Chichester, U.K. ; Malden, Mass. : Wiley-Blackwell, 2010Description: xiii, 534 p. ; 26 cmISBN: 9780631217183 (hardcover : alk. paper); 0631217185 (hardcover : alk. paper)Other title: Companion to nineteenth-century theologySubject(s): Theology, Doctrinal -- History -- 19th century | Mercersburg theology | Nevin, John Williamson, 1803-1886 | Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893LOC classification: BT28 | .B55 2010
Contents:
pt. 1. Key thinkers and their influence. Kant / Nicholas Adams -- Schleiermacher / Christine Helmer -- Hegel / David Fergusson -- Coleridge / Stephen R. Holmes -- Kierkegaard / David R. Law -- Newman / Frank M. Turner -- pt. 2. Trends and movements. Natural science and theology / James C. Livingston -- Romanticism and pantheism / Julia A. Lamm -- Roamn Catholic theology : Tübingen / Bradford E. Hinze -- Russian theology / Olga Nesmiyanova -- Evangelicalism / David W. Bebbington -- Kenotic Christology / David R. Law -- Mediating anglicanism : Maurice, Gore, and Temple / Ulrike Link-Wieczorek -- Mediating theology in Germany / Matthias Gockel -- America : confessional theologies / James D. Bratt -- America : Transcendentalism to socail gospel / Robert W. Jenson -- Reformed theology in Scotland and in the Netherlands / Graham MacFarlane -- Neo-scholasticism / Ralph Del Colle -- The Bible and literary interpretation / Stephen Prickett -- Skeptics and anti-theologians / George Pattison -- History of religion school / Mark D. Chapman -- The Bible and theology / John W. Rogerson -- Liberal theology in Germany / Christine Axt-Piscalar -- Catholic modernism / Gerard Loughlin.
Summary: Bringing together a collection of essays by prominent scholars, this book presents a comprehensive account of the most significant theological figures, movements, and developments of thought that emerged in Europe and America during the 19th century.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

pt. 1. Key thinkers and their influence. Kant / Nicholas Adams -- Schleiermacher / Christine Helmer -- Hegel / David Fergusson -- Coleridge / Stephen R. Holmes -- Kierkegaard / David R. Law -- Newman / Frank M. Turner -- pt. 2. Trends and movements. Natural science and theology / James C. Livingston -- Romanticism and pantheism / Julia A. Lamm -- Roamn Catholic theology : Tübingen / Bradford E. Hinze -- Russian theology / Olga Nesmiyanova -- Evangelicalism / David W. Bebbington -- Kenotic Christology / David R. Law -- Mediating anglicanism : Maurice, Gore, and Temple / Ulrike Link-Wieczorek -- Mediating theology in Germany / Matthias Gockel -- America : confessional theologies / James D. Bratt -- America : Transcendentalism to socail gospel / Robert W. Jenson -- Reformed theology in Scotland and in the Netherlands / Graham MacFarlane -- Neo-scholasticism / Ralph Del Colle -- The Bible and literary interpretation / Stephen Prickett -- Skeptics and anti-theologians / George Pattison -- History of religion school / Mark D. Chapman -- The Bible and theology / John W. Rogerson -- Liberal theology in Germany / Christine Axt-Piscalar -- Catholic modernism / Gerard Loughlin.

Bringing together a collection of essays by prominent scholars, this book presents a comprehensive account of the most significant theological figures, movements, and developments of thought that emerged in Europe and America during the 19th century.

4/2010 199.95 (166.24) Gift of the Harold R. and Fianna L. Diffenderffer Estate

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