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Albrecht Ritschl and the Tübingen School. A neglected link in the history of 19th century theology

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The article starts by observing a parallel between the identification of Christ's humanity and universal human nature, for which Harnack repudiates some church fathers, and David Strauss' claim, in his Life of Jesus, that the subject of the Incarnation must be all humanity. It is argued that this oppositional stance is indicative of fundamental philosophical and theological differences between the Tübingen School and the Ritschl School. Those differences, however, are then explained as emergi...

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10.1515/znth.2011.004

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Trinity College
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Publisher:
De Gruyter Publisher's website
Journal:
Zeitschrift für Neuere Theologiegeschichte (Journal for the History of Modern Theology) Journal website
Volume:
18
Issue:
1
Pages:
51-70
Publication date:
2011-01-27
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EISSN:
1612-9776
ISSN:
0943-7592
Pubs id:
pubs:199292
URN:
uri:7f80d98c-420f-4ed6-a9cc-3d9ec1d1d0db
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uuid:7f80d98c-420f-4ed6-a9cc-3d9ec1d1d0db
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