In Shaping The Modern Academy And In Setting The Agenda Of Modern Christian Theology, Few Institutions Have Been As Influential As The German Universities Of The Nineteenth Century This Book Examines The Rise Of The Modern German University From The Standpoint Of The Protestant Theological Faculty, Focusing Especially On The University Of Berlin 1810 , Prussia S Flagship University In The Nineteenth Century In Contradistinction To Historians Of Modern Higher Education Who Often Overlook Theology, And To Theologians Who Are Frequently Inattentive To The Social And Institutional Contexts Of Religious Thought, Thomas Albert Howard Argues That Modern University Development And The Trajectory Of Modern Protestant Theology In Germany Should Be Understood As Interrelated Phenomena.
Professor of History and the Humanities at Valparaiso University, Indiana He formerly directed the Center for Faith and Inquiry and was Professor of History at Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts He completed his MA 1992 and Ph.D 1996 at the University of Virginia, concentrating in modern European intellectual and religious history He is founding director of Gordon College s honors pro
- 468 pages
- Protestant Theology and the Making of the Modern German University
- Thomas Albert Howard
- 15 January 2017 Thomas Albert Howard