The classic work of Christian theology, which seeks to present the Christian faith in its entirety.Schleiermacher was equally at home in the theological systems of Protestant orthodoxy and the new world of thought shaped by the historical and natural sciences and German philosophy. He follows a confident course through the entire range of themes ...Read MoreThe classic work of Christian theology, which seeks to present the Christian faith in its entirety.Schleiermacher was equally at home in the theological systems of Protestant orthodoxy and the new world of thought shaped by the historical and natural sciences and German philosophy. He follows a confident course through the entire range of themes in dogmatics but leaves both the dogmatic task and the individual themes transformed by a powerful and original mind. A new foreword by B. A. Gerrish summarises the dogmatic goals of The Christian Faith and corrects some common misreadings of his work.Read Less
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Good. 1956; third impression; English text translated from second German edition; blue cloth covered boards; no dust jacket; covers slightly soiled; back strip unglued from text block but all hinges firm; interior clean and unmarked; 760 pages.
G+ Notex-lib. hardcover in blue cloth with giltstamped titles to spine, no jacket, 8vo. 2nd impresssion of English translation 2nd German edition, 1948. xi + 760pp. Indeices, footnotes throughout. Pencilled underlinng throughout with occasional pencilled maginalia in very fine hand. Else VG: mldly shaken with no effect on strong, square binding; clean, deeply colored cloth with duling to publisher titles only; light overall toning to pages; light foxing and shelving soil upper pge edges.
Good. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. An English translation of the second German edition. Moderate corner, edge wear. Pages very good; no writing. Schleiermacher's work occupies, in the history of theology, a position analagous to that of Kant's critiques of reason in philosophy. 760 pages. Few bookstore marks.
Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
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