Readership: Historians and scholars of American religion, Theologians, graduate students, advanced seminary students, and doctoral students interested in American and transatlantic religious history and Modern Theology.
Annette G. Aubert, Postdoctoral Fellow, The Craig Center
Annette G. Aubert has a Ph.D. in Historical Theology from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia and is a lecturer in church history.
"an excellent study which displays both an in-depth knowledge of theology and the religious history of the transatlantic world. It should be eagerly read by all modern religious historians with an interest in the development of Reformed theology in the United States." - Dr Daniel Ritchie, Reviews in History
"Johannes Zachhuberâs Theology as Science in Nineteenth-Century Germany: From F.C. Baur to Ernest Troeltsch is a formidable account of"
"German theologyâs struggle to present its subject matter as at once purely historical and of absolute significance for humanity." - Michael Ledger Lomas,Reviews in Religion &
Introduction: Transatlantic Theology
Part I Intellectual and Theological Transatlantic Contexts
1. Intellectual and Religious Contexts of Nineteenth-Century America and the Transplantation of German Ideas
2. A New Epoch in Theology: Friedrich Schleiermacher
3. Nineteenth-Century Mediating Theology
Part II German Ideas in the American Reformed World
4. Emanuel Vogel Gerhart (1817-1904): Innovative Theological Method and Mediating Theology
5. Gerhart's Organic Atonement Theory and German Theology
6. Charles Hodge (1797-1878): Theological Method, Scientific Theology, and German Theology
7. Hodge's Atonement Theory and German Scholarship
Conclusion: Theological Ideas in Transatlantic Perspective