Brent W Sockness Takes As His Point Of Departure The Judgment Frequently Encountered In Twentieth Century Theological Literature That The Last Great German Liberal Protestant Systematic Theologians Prior To The Rise Of Dialectical Theology, Wilhelm Herrmann 1846 1922 And Ernst Troeltsch 1865 1923 , Represent Antithetical And Paradigmatic Alternatives In Modern Christian Theology Going Beyond The Usual Explanations Which Invoke Abstract Allegiances Kant Vs Schleiermacher, Marburg Vs Heidelberg Neo Kantianism, Ritschlianism Vs The History Of Religions School , The Author Undertakes An Exhaustive Analysis Of The Nearly Thirty Years Of Mutual Commentary, Critique, And Polemic Which Transpired Between Herrmann And Troeltsch In Both Published And Unpublished Sources Sockness Charts The Contours Of Their Relations From Their First Encounters Among The Friends Of The Christian World, Through Their Increasingly Hostile Exchanges In The First Decade Of The Century, To Their Personal Reconciliation After The War.
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- Against False Apologetics
- Brent W. Sockness
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