I often struggled with the purpose of reading the Bible daily, but I found help in an unusual place. Martin Kähler shows us that we know God in Scripture.
Buy from Amazon.ca Buy from Amazon.com Three of the most influential theologians of the 20th century trace their ideas back to Martin Kähler, a German theologian writing at the end of the 19th and into the 20th century. Kähler’s book The So-Called Historical Jesus and the Historical Biblical Christ was one of his most influential works—influencing and … Continue reading Review of the So-Called Historical Jesus and the Historic Biblical Christ
Many of the authors writing about theology after the Reformation have raised resounding criticisms of “traditional” or conservative Christianity. The modernist philosophers David Hume (in his Dialogues), Immanuel Kant, Friedrich Schleiermacher, Martin Kähler, and Rudolf Bultmann have all taken issue with conservative Christianity. I will argue that these authors share a common criticism of the … Continue reading Modern Theology’s Criticism of Conservatism