Item description for Protestantism and Progress: A Historical Study of the Relation of Protestantism to the Modern World by Ernst Troeltsch...
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Studio: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.66" Width: 5.28" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.52 lbs.
Release Date Feb 11, 1999
Publisher Wipf & Stock Publishers
ISBN 1579102263 ISBN13 9781579102265
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More About Ernst Troeltsch
Ernst Troeltsch (1865-1923) was a German Protestant theologian whose most famous contributions were in theology, social ethics, philosophy of religion, philosophy of history, and sociology of religion. His writings include The Christian Faith and The Absoluteness of Christianity and the History of Religions.
Ernst Troeltsch was born in 1865 and died in 1923.
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A key book May 20, 2007
This book deals a fundamental debate: how deeply is protestantism (and the "Reformation spirit", as a whole) linked to the modernity? After reading this book no doubts rest that the Reformation is the shaping and defining factor of the Modern Era and it is in the genesis of the world of today. Thus, this book must be a "vade-mecum" for students, historians, social scientists and all those interested in understanding the ways the modernity was built up.