Saturday 28 January 2006


“Retrospectively, the dogmatics of the 19th century can be understood essentially as the direct, indirect, or negatively received influence of the theology of Friedrich Daniel Schleiermacher, one of the most powerful personalities in all of church history, in some ways comparable with Augustine.”

—Otto Weber, Foundations of Dogmatics, 2 vols. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1981-83), 1:135-36.

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