Item description for The Legacy of the Tubingen School: The Relevance of Nineteenth-Century Theology for the Twenty-First Century by Donald J. Dietrich & Michael J. Himes...
Overview Leading American and European theologians offer their insights on the achievements of the Tubingen School and their relevance for contemporary theology. In this volume, essays by prominent scholars look back on the achievements of 19th century theology and look ahead in terms of the resources they offer for the 21st century.
Publishers Description The Catholic Tubingen school was the most creative and influential movement within Catholic theology in the 19th century. The first generation of theologians who worked within its tradition- especially Drey, Mohler, and Kuhn, entered into serious conversation with the major currents of post-Kantian philosophy and gave Catholic thought a new direction which has continued to influence theology in the decades since. This volume introduces readers to several main themes in the enduring influence of the Tubingen school.
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Studio: Herder & Herder
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 6.01" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1997
Publisher Herder & Herder
ISBN 0824517008 ISBN13 9780824517007
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More About Donald J. Dietrich & Michael J. Himes
Donald J. Dietrich was a professor of theology at Boston College. He is the author of God and Humanity in Auschwitz: Jewish-Christian Relations; Sanctioned Murder and Catholic Citizens in the Third Reich: Psycho-Social Principles and Moral Reasoning; and has edited Christian Responses to the Holocaust: Moral and Ethical Issues. He was a member of the Church Relations Committee at the United States Holocaust Museum.
Donald J. Dietrich currently resides in Boston, in the state of Massachusetts. Donald J. Dietrich was born in 1941.