Matthew L. Becker (Ed.)
Nineteenth-Century Lutheran Theologians
1. Edition 2016
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Refo500 Academic Studies (R5AS). - Band 031
This collection of essays, a companion volume to the book, Twentieth-Century Lutheran Theologians (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2013), examines important nineteenth-century figures from the perspective of contemporary European and North-American scholars. Contributors aim to describe a give thinkers life and vocation and how that persons work continues to impact theology today.
Each essay provides an overview of the life and central ideas of a key Lutheran/Protestant theologian who has had a significant impact on theological reflection down to the present. The focus here is on those thinkers who were active between 1799 and the First World War.