Twentieth-Century Lutheran Theologians

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Mark Mattes
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 14 aug. 2013 - 339 pagina's
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This collection of essays examines important twentieth-century Lutheran theologians, including European and North American voices. Each essay provides an overview of the life and thought of important confessional Lutherans who shaped theology with an ecumenical, world-wide impact. The focus here is not on later twentieth-century figures but earlier ones, selected similar to the spirit manifest in Karl Barth’s contention »lest we forget where contemporary theology came from« (Protestant Theology From Rousseau to Ritschl). The essays composed over the last five years were initiated by Lutheran Quarterly in order to assess our recent past as we move into a new millennium. The goal of each author, each a leading theologian, has been to describe each thinker’s life and vocation and how each thinker’s work continues to impact theology today.
 

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Body
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Francis Pieper 1852 1931
17
John Philipp Koehler 18591951
37
Karl Holl 18661926
56
Ole Hallesby 1879 1961
70
Werner Elert 1885 1954
93
Paul Althaus 1888 1966
136
Hermann Sasse 1895 1976
155
Edmund Schlink 1903 1984
195
Dietrich Bonhoeffer 19061945
223
Ernst Käsemann 1906 1998
249
Helmut Thielicke 1908 1986
270
Gustaf Wingren 1910 2000
291
Gerhard Ebeling 19122001
307
Index of Names
335
List of Contributors
338

Hans Joachim Iwand 1899 1960
178

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