This extensive book bestows readers with full expositions of the thought of the leading modern theologians and philosophers of religion since the eighteenth century Enlightenment. Modern Christian Thought provides the reader with ample, lucid, and scholarly summaries of the ideas of the leading theologians and religious thinkers in the Christian tradition of the past 300 years. Gives the reader scholarly, up-to-date expositions and criticisms of the major thinkers in the Christian tradition since the eighteenth century and their importance for religious thought. Provides readers with background information on movements such as the Enlightenment, Romanticism, Idealism, Darwinism, Existentialism, and Liberation Theology. Covers thinkers such as David Hume, Immanuel Kant, J.J. Rousseau, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, J.G. Hamann, J.G. Herder, Louis Bautain, Maurice Blondel, Wilhelm Herrman, and many others. Appropriate for readers interested in Modern and Contemporary Christian Thought and Theology as well as Twentieth-Century Religious Thought.
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Table of Contents
VOLUME I: Introduction: Modernity and Christianity.
1. The Enlightenment and Modern Christianity.
2. The Religion of Reason.
3. The Breakdown of the Religion of Reason.
4. Christianity and Romanticism: Protestant Thought.
5. Christianity and Speculative Idealism.
6. Romanticism and French Catholic Thought: Traditionalism and Fideism.
7. Romanticism and the Anglo-Catholic Revival: The Oxford Movement.
8. Catholic Thought in Germany and England: The Tübingen School and John Henry Newman.
9. The Post-Hegelian Critique of Christianity in Germany.
10. The Encounter Between Science and Theology: Biblical Criticism and Darwinism.
11. The Ritschlian Theology and Protestant Liberalism.
12. Movements of Recovery and Conservation: The Princeton Theology.
13. Movements of Recovery and Conservation: Ultramontanism and the Neo-Thomistic Revival.
14. Roman Catholic Thought at the End of the Century: The New Apologetics and Modernism.
15. Kierkegaard and Nietzsche: Toward the Twentieth Century.
VOLUME II: 1. The Legacy of Modernity and the New Challenges of Historical Theology.
2. American Empirical and Naturalistic Theology.
3. The Dialectical Theology: Karl Barth, Emil Brunner, and Friedrich Gogaten.
4. The Theology of Karl Barth and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
5. Christian Existentialism.
6. Christian Realism: A Post-Liberal American Theology.
7. The New Theology and Transcendental Thomism.
8. Vatican II and the Aggiornamento of Roman Catholic Theologies.
9. Political Theology and Latin American Liberation Theologies.
10. Process Theology.
11. History and Hermeneutics.
12. Evangelical Theology.
13. Feminist Theology.
14. Black Theology in America.
15. Theology of Religions: Christianity Responses to Other Faiths.
16. Christian Thought at the End of the Twentieth Century.