Ernst Troeltsch: systematic theologian of radical historicality
Toshimasa Yasukata offers a detailed study and interpretation of the German theologian Ernst Troeltsch, discerning a systematic unity in his thought. Despite the obvious diversity of his interests and published works, Troeltsch is shown to be thoroughly consistent in exploring the possibilityof establishing normative values in the face of the relativizing efforts of history. In his closing remarks, Yasukata suggests the wide-ranging significance of Troeltsch's work for the future of theology.
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THE THEOLOGICAL PROGRAM
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Absoluteness of Christianity According to Troeltsch Apfelbacher asserted Barth basic Berlin Bousset Christentums Christian principle Christian Thought christliche Church concept concern contemporary cultural synthesis creative critical doctrine dogmatics ecclesiastical edition emphasis Ernst Troeltsch essay essence of Christianity ethics formulation fundamental Gesammelte Geschichte Gestaltung Glaubenslehre Heidelberg Hence historicism Historismus history of religions human Ibid idea ideal individual intellectual J. C. B. Mohr Jesus Kaftan Karl Barth leitmotif lifework logic of history Max Weber metaphysical method modern world norms philosophy of history philosophy of religion problem Protestantism psychological question RADICAL HISTORICALLY Reist relativism religionsgeschichtliche Religionsphilosophie religious revelation Rickert Ritschlian Schleiermacher scientific second period Selbstandigkeit shaping significance sociological solution Soziallehren spiritual standpoint systematic theology systematic unified thought task theologian Theology of Involvement theory Tillich tion Troeltsch's entire Troeltsch's philosophy Troeltsch's theological Troeltsch's thought Troeltschian truth Tubingen Uberwindung universal history validity values Verlag Weber Wilhelm Bousset