The Edinburgh Critical History of Nineteenth-Century Christian Theology, Paperback / softback Book

The Edinburgh Critical History of Nineteenth-Century Christian Theology Paperback / softback

Part of the Edinburgh Studies in Classical Islamic History and Culture series

Paperback / softback

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From the shadow of the Kantian critique it to the Oxford debates over Darwinism that shook the discipline to the core, and from the death of God to the rise of new Evangelical movements, 19th-century theology was fundamentally reshaped by both internal struggles and external developments. 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.