Modern Christian Thought The Enlightenment and the Nineteenth Century

ISBN-10: 080063795X

ISBN-13: 9780800637958

Edition: 2nd 2008

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Description: This widely acclaimed introduction to modern Christian thought, formerly published by Prentice Hall, provides full, scholarly accounts of the major movements and thinkers, theologians and philosophers in the Christian tradition since the eighteenth-century Enlightenment, together with solid historical background and critical assessments.

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List price: $49.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Augsburg Fortress, Publishers
Publication date: 6/21/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 448
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.156
Language: English

Introduction: Modernity and Christianity
The Enlightenment and Modern Christianity
Melioristic Optimism
The Religion of Reason
Lord Herbert of Cherbury
Rational Supernaturalism
John Tillotson
John Locke
Deism in England
John Toland
Matthew Tindal
Deism in France: Voltaire
The Religion of Reason in Germany
Christian Wolff and J. S. Semler
H. S. Reimarus
G. E. Lessing
The Breakdown of the Religion of Reason
Jean Jacques Rousseau
Joseph Butler
David Hume
Of Miracles
The Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion
Immanuel Kant
The Critique of Rational Theology and Metaphysics
The Moral Foundation of Rational Faith
Rational Faith and Christianity
The Counter-Enlightenment
F. H. Jacobi
Johann Georg Hamann
Johann Gottfried Herder
Christianity and Romanticism: Protestant Thought
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Reason, Understanding, and Faith
Experience and the Interpretation of Scripture
Friedrich Schleiermacher
The Speeches on Religion
The Christian Religious Affections
Horace Bushnell
The Nature of Language
Doctrines and Creeds
Christian Comprehensiveness
Nature and the Supernatural: Religious Experience
Christian Nurture
Christianity and Speculative Idealism
G. W. F. Hegel
Hegel's Early Theological Writings
Hegel's Conception of Christianity
F. C. Bauer
A. E. Biedermann
British Hegelianism: John and Edward Caird
Romanticism and French Catholic Thought: Traditionalism and Fideism
Francois Rene de Chateaubriand
Joseph de Maistre
Hughes-Felicite Robert de Lamennais
Lamennais and Traditionalism
Lamennais and Liberal Catholicism
Louis Bautain
Bautain's Philosophy of Faith
Romanticism and Anglo-Catholicism: The Oxford Movement
The Beginnings of the Anglo-Catholic Revival
The Thought of the Oxford Movement: Keble, Newman, Williams, and Pusey
The Authority of the Church
The Doctrine of Faith
The Sacramental Principle
Catholic Thought in Germany and England: The Tubingen School and John Henry Newman
The Catholic Tubingen School
Johann Sebastian von Drey
Johann Adam Mohler
English Roman Catholicism
John Henry Newman
The Post-Hegelian Critique of Christianity in Germany
David Friedrich Strauss
The Leben Jesu of 1835
Ludwig Feuerbach
The Critique of Hegel
The Reduction of Christianity to Anthropology
Karl Marx
The Encounter Between Science and Theology: Biblical Criticism and Darwinism
Advances in the Study of the Bible
Essays and Reviews
The Essays of Williams and Goodwin
Jowett's "On the Interpretation of Scripture"
The Book's Reception
The Darwinian Controversy
The Situation before Darwin
Darwin's Theory
The Reception of Darwin's Theory
Christian Darwinism: Aubrey Moore
Anti-Darwinism: Charles Hodge
Christian Darwinisticism: Lyman Abbott
The Ritschlian Theology and Protestant Liberalism
Albrecht Ritschl
Ritschl's Practical View of Religion
The Theory of Value Judgments and the Historical Jesus Christ
The Person and Work of Christ
Wilhelm Herrmann
Science, Metaphysics, and Theology
Doctrine, Revelation, and Faith
History and the Inner Life of Jesus
Adolf von Harnack
The Historical Interpretation of Christianity
The Essence of Christianity
Walter Rauschenbusch
A Theology of the Social Gospel
Christianizing the Social Order
Movements of Recovery and Conservation: The Princeton Theology
Charles Hodge
Theological Method
The Inspiration and Authority of the Bible
Christian Anthropology
Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield
The Inspiration and Authority of the Bible
Warfield's Critique of Liberal Theology
Movements of Recovery and Conservation: Ultramontanism and the Neo-Thomistic Revival
The Victory of Ultramontanism
The Historical Background
The Growth of Ultramontanism
The Debate over Papal Authority and Infallibility: Manning, Dollinger, and Kenrick
The First Vatican Council and Its Meaning
The Neo-Thomistic Revival
Thomistic Metaphysics
Desire Joseph Mercier
Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange
Roman Catholic Thought at the End of the Century: The New Apologetics and Modernism
The New Apologetics: Christian Philosophies of Action
Leon Olle-Laprune
Maurice Blondel
Lucien Laberthonniere
Roman Catholic Modernism
Alfred Loisy
George Tyrrell
Edouard Le Roy
The Outcome of Catholic Modernism
Kierkegaard and Nietzsche: Toward the Twentieth Century
Soren Kierkegaard
The Dialectic of Existence
Faith and the Absolute Paradox
Truth Is Subjectivity
Friedrich Nietzsche
The "Death of God" and the Revaluation
Naturalism, the Will to Power, and Perspectivism
The Critique of Christianity
The Ubermensch and the Eternal Recurrence
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