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History of rationalism; embracing a survey of the present state of Protestant theology.

Author: J F Hurst
Publisher: New York, C. Scribner & Co., 1865.
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Genre/Form: History
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Hurst, J.F. (John Fletcher), 1834-1903.
History of rationalism.
New York, C. Scribner & Co., 1865
(OCoLC)609887512
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J F Hurst
OCLC Number: 7135773
Description: xv, 623 pages 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
1. Controversial period succeeding the Reformation --
2. Religious condition of the Protestant church at the Peace of Westphalia --
3. Pietism and its mission --
4. The popular philosophy of Wolff --
skeptical tendencies from abroad --
5. Semler and the destructive school --
1750-1810 --
6. Contributions of literature and philosophy --
7. The reign of the Weimar circle --
revolution in education and hymnology --
8. Doctrines of Rationalism in the day of its strength --
9. Renovation inaugurated by Schleiermacher --10. Relations of Rationalism and Supernaturalism --
1810-1835 --
11. The reaction produced by Strauss' Life of Jesus --
1835-1848 --
12. The Evangelical school: its opinions and present prospects --
13. Practical movements indicating new life --
14. Holland: theology and religion from the Synod of Dort to the commencement of the present century --
15. Holland cont.: the new theological schools, and the great controversy now pending between Orthodoxy and Rationalism --
16. France: Rationalism in the Protestant church --
the critical school --
17. France cont.: Evangelical theology opposing Rationalism --
18. Switzerland: Orthodoxy in Geneva, and the new speculative Rationalism in Zürich --
19. England: the soil prepared for the introduction of Rationalism --
20. England cont.: philosophical and literary Rationalism --
Coleridge and Carlyle --
21. England cont.: critical Rationalism --
Jowett, the Essays and Reviews, and Colenso --
22. England cont.: survey of church parties --
23. The United States: the Unitarian church --
the Universalists --
24. The United States cont.: Theodore Parker and his school --
25. Indirect service of skepticism --
present outlook --
Appendix: Literature of Rationalism --
Literature of Unitarianism and Universalism --
Index.
Responsibility: By the Rev. John F. Hurst, A.M. With appendix of literature.

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