Modern Christian Thought: The Enlightenment and the nineteenth century, Band 1

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This widely acclaimed introduction to modern Christian thought, formerly published by Prentice Hall, provides full, scholarly accounts of the major movements and thinkers, theologians and philosophers in the Christian tradition since the eighteenth-century Enlightenment, together with solid historical background and critical assessments.
 

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VI
3
VII
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VIII
5
IX
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X
10
XI
11
XII
13
XIII
14
LXXXII
217
LXXXIII
219
LXXXIV
225
LXXXV
233
LXXXVI
234
LXXXVII
237
LXXXVIII
238
LXXXIX
241

XIV
17
XV
18
XVI
21
XVII
24
XVIII
25
XIX
26
XX
27
XXI
32
XXII
36
XXIII
42
XXIV
45
XXV
49
XXVI
54
XXVII
56
XXVIII
58
XXIX
60
XXX
65
XXXI
66
XXXII
68
XXXIII
69
XXXIV
79
XXXVII
82
XXXVIII
86
XXXIX
89
XL
90
XLI
96
XLII
101
XLIII
102
XLIV
104
XLV
105
XLVII
106
XLVIII
112
L
113
LII
118
LIII
123
LIV
125
LV
128
LVI
133
LVII
138
LVIII
139
LIX
141
LX
144
LXI
145
LXII
146
LXIII
149
LXIV
150
LXV
158
LXVII
159
LXVIII
164
LXIX
167
LXX
171
LXXI
175
LXXII
181
LXXIII
182
LXXIV
183
LXXV
188
LXXVI
194
LXXVII
196
LXXVIII
210
LXXX
211
LXXXI
212
XC
244
XCI
246
XCII
249
XCIII
253
XCIV
255
XCV
258
XCVI
266
XCVII
267
XCVIII
268
XCIX
269
C
272
CI
277
CII
278
CIII
279
CIV
280
CV
282
CVI
283
CVII
284
CVIII
286
CIX
287
CX
290
CXI
295
CXIII
296
CXIV
300
CXV
301
CXVI
304
CXVII
308
CXVIII
311
CXIX
312
CXX
316
CXXI
323
CXXII
324
CXXIV
326
CXXV
329
CXXVI
335
CXXVII
338
CXXVIII
340
CXXIX
341
CXXX
343
CXXXI
348
CXXXII
352
CXXXIII
354
CXXXIV
355
CXXXV
356
CXXXVI
358
CXXXVII
360
CXXXVIII
361
CXXXIX
367
CXL
372
CXLI
373
CXLII
380
CXLIV
381
CXLVI
384
CXLVII
387
CXLVIII
390
CXLIX
393
CL
395
CLII
397
CLIII
400
CLIV
404
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James C. Livingston is Professor of Religious Studies Emeritus at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia

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