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Unformatted text preview: VII. Ritschl (died 1889) a. Believed that schleirmacher was too subjective. b. Important because he inspired Rauschenbush i. Good Baptist ii. Took ritschl’s beliefs too the next level iii. Social gospel believed that Christians must fight the kingdom of Evil iv. #1 goal of Christians v. believed that the structures can be saved VIII. WWI a. Critics i. Kierkeyard 1. believed that Christianity was about a response to God with faith 2. famous example – Abraham (this kind of faith is what characterizes Christianity). ii. Newman 1. pushes the Anglican church to be more like catholics and pushes away from liberality. 2. he later converted to a Catholic Priest iii. Charles Hodge 1. an academic at Princeton 2. believed we need a return to scripture. 3. all theology must begin with scripture 4. have to believe that scripture is literally true....
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- Spring '07
- Scopes Trial, Clarence Darrow, William Jennings Bryan, ritschl, I. Scopes Monkey, football coach/taught science