The Edinburgh Critical History of Nineteenth-Century Christian Theology

Editor: Whistler, Daniel
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

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ISBN: 978-1-47-440586-7
Category: Religion & Theology - Christianity
Book Status: Available
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This critical history charts this reshaping by focusing on the emerging theological themes of the period that cross authors, disciplines and nations. A team of internationally leading scholars map lines of thought from Romanticism through Hegelianism and positivism, exploring the richness of theology's interactions with anthropology, art, industry, literature, philosophy, science and society.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on Contributors
  • Editor's Introduction - Daniel Whistler
  • 1. The Death of God - Lissa McCullough
  • 2. The Outside - Daniel Whistler
  • 3. Society - Susan Curtis
  • 4. The University - Gerard Loughlin
  • 5. Freedom - Regula Zwahlen
  • 6. The Fetish - Roland Boer
  • 7. Evolution - Bennett Zon
  • 8. Miracles - Ruth Barton
  • 9. Transcendence and Immanence - Johannes Zachhuber
  • 10. Mediation - Andrew W. Hass
  • 11. The Historical Turn - George Pattison
  • 12. Tradition - Thomas Pfau
  • 13. The Human - Steven Shakespeare
  • 14. The Wisdom of the East - Joseph P. Lawrence
  • 15. Homiletics - Joshua Cockayne
  • 16. Deification - Katya Tolstaya
  • 17. Mysticism - Benjamin Dawson
  • 18. Language - Katie Terezakis