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Modern Christian Thought

The Enlightment And the Nineteenth Century (Modern Christian Thought)
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Christian theology, c 1700 to c 1800, c 1800 to c 1900, Religion - Church History, Religion, Christian Theology - History, Christianity - History - General, History, Modern period, 1500-, Theology, Doct
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LIVINGSTON WITH FRANCIS SCHÜSSLER FIORENZA Introduction This essay will summarize the first nine chapters of the second volume of James Livingston’s Modern Christian Thought, which deals with the twentieth century.

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