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John E. Wilson is Professor of Church History at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, where he has also served as dean of the faculty.
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication Date: 2007
Availability: In Stock
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Surveying important nineteenth- and early twentieth-century theologians, primarily in the German tradition, John Wilson provides a thorough introduction to modern theology and those whose work within it helped initiate a new era in Christian theology. Beginning with Immanuel Kant and moving into the present time, Wilson describes the formative theological work of a number of theologians such as Friedrich Schleiermacher, Albrecht Ritschl, Karl Barth, and Emil Brunner. In doing so, he follows the trajectories of their thought to the present day, which have had profound influence on contemporary theologians such as Reinhold Niebuhr and H. Richard Niebuhr, Martin Luther King Jr., Wolfhart Pannenberg, and Karl Rahner.
Hans Craycraft4 Stars Out Of 5December 1, 2008Hans CraycraftFor those who want to slog their way through the sad developments within modern theology, this is a good read to a sad story.