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Nature Lost?

Natural Science and the German Theological Traditions of the Nineteenth Century

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$96.50 • £77.95 • €87.00

ISBN 9780674604834

Publication Date: 03/01/1992


6 x 9 inches

1 table


  • Part I. The Historical Challenge of Religion and Science
    • 1. Historiographical Approaches to German Religion and Science
    • 2. The Shape of German Protestant Theology in the Nineteenth Century
  • Part II. Nature Retained
    • 3. The New Hegelian Faith of David Friedrich Strauss
    • 4. Otto Zöckler, the Orthodox School, and the Problem of Creation
    • 5. Rudolf Schmid and the Reconciliation of Science and Religion
  • Part III. Nature Lost
    • 6. Wilhelm Hermann’s Encounter with the Theology of Albrecht Ritschl
    • 7. The Existential Critique of Religion and Science
  • Epilogue: The Future Challenge of Religion and Science
  • Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index

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