Theology in a Global Context: The Last Two Hundred Years

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THEOLOGY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT

The Last Two Hundred Years

Hans Schwarz

WILLIAM B. EERDMANS PUBLISHING COMPANY

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN / CAMBRIDGE, U.K.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xiv
  • Introduction xvi
  • 1: Stemming the Tide of the Enlightenment 1
  • 2: Hegel's System and Its Branches 16
  • 3: A New Kind of Orthodoxy 56
  • 4: Romanticism and the Pietistic Awakening 91
  • 5: Cultural Protestantism 118
  • 6: The Challenge of the Industrial Revolution 138
  • 7: Stemming the Tide of Scientific Materialism 185
  • 8: The Challenge of Religion 232
  • 9: The Battle for Jesus 264
  • 10: Neo-Reformation Theology 298
  • 11: Relating God and the World in North America 326
  • 12: Europe's Emphasis on Relating Christ to the World 380
  • 13: Theology Is More Than Protestant 409
  • 14: The Emergence of New Voices 472
  • 15: A Vigorous Dialogue 540
  • Conclusion 575
  • Bibliography 579
  • Index of Names 581
  • Index of Subjects 590
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