The Christian Faith

The Christian Faith By Friedrich Schleiermacher H.R. Mackintosh J.S. Stewart, The Christian Faith The classic work of Christian theology which seeks to present the Christian faith in its entirety Schleiermacher was equally at home in the theological systems of Protestant orthodoxy and the new wor
  • Title: The Christian Faith
  • Author: Friedrich Schleiermacher H.R. Mackintosh J.S. Stewart
  • ISBN: 9780567087096
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Christian Faith By Friedrich Schleiermacher H.R. Mackintosh J.S. Stewart, The classic work of Christian theology, which seeks to present the Christian faith in its entirety.Schleiermacher was equally at home in the theological systems of Protestant orthodoxy and the new world of thought shaped by the historical and natural sciences and German philosophy He follows a confident course through the entire range of themes in dogmatics but leaves botThe classic work of Christian theology, which seeks to present the Christian faith in its entirety.Schleiermacher was equally at home in the theological systems of Protestant orthodoxy and the new world of thought shaped by the historical and natural sciences and German philosophy He follows a confident course through the entire range of themes in dogmatics but leaves both the dogmatic task and the individual themes transformed by a powerful and original mind A new foreword by B A Gerrish summarises the dogmatic goals of The Christian Faith and corrects some common misreadings of his work.
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    1. Friedrich Schleiermacher H.R. Mackintosh J.S. Stewart

      Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher was a German theologian and philosopher known for his impressive attempt to reconcile the criticisms of the Enlightenment with traditional Protestant orthodoxy He also became influential in the evolution of Higher Criticism His work also forms part of the foundation of the modern field of hermeneutics Because of his profound impact on subsequent Christian thought, he is often called the Father of Modern Protestant Theology.

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    1. Yes, the writing is plagued by the circumlocution of 19th century German to English translation That aside, Schleiermacher is a towering figure perhaps THE towering figure standing over 20th and 21st century Liberal theology In one volume, he does away with heteronymous authority as a compulsion for belief, establishes a bona fide baseline standard for categorizing religious belief and not only makes room in Christian belief for but anticipates by decades Darwin s evolutionary theory.Not too bad [...]




    2. If you aren t interested in Christian theology, this is so not your book.But if you are and especially if you re interested in the sprawling inheritance of full on Teutonic systematic theology This is it the arche, the Quelle, the big splodey bang that made my scholarly field Seriously, read Schleiermacher If you re already on board with some version of the liberal project, you shouldn t need me to sell you on this My man Peter s got you there If you ve got some hesitations, the rest of this rev [...]


    3. Friedrich Schleiermacher is the epitome of the old saying, that being in church doesn t make you a Christian, any than being in a garage makes you a car This book is utter and complete garbage, and should only be read with a giant bottle of Pepto, because it will cause nausea.



    4. B.B Warfield called Schleiermacher a great genius Calvinist, Pietist and father of Liberal Protestantism This is his magnum opus, that has influenced all theology since the 18th century.


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