TEN MAKERS OF MODERN PROTESTANT THOUGHT by George L. -Ed. Hunt

TEN MAKERS OF MODERN PROTESTANT THOUGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

During the past one hundred years there have been a number of out theologians who have made a permanent, constructive contribution to modern gical thinking, though to most Christians they are little more than same, writings have been extensive and profound--too much so for the adult Christ has neither the time nor training to feel at home with close theological Dr. George Hunt, editor of the Presbyterian magazine, Crossroads, has edited a series of ten studies, written by able scholars to make available of the theological thinking of Schweitzer, Reuschenbusch, Temple, Brunmer, Niebuhr, Tillich, Bultmann, and Buber. This has not resulted rization of these men, but rather more than a mere introduction. The each case come close to the heart of the matter, and Dr. Hunt's introduction Men and the Movements"" brings them into focus. A most valuable book for student of the Protestant religion of our day.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1958
Publisher: Associati