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Johannes Zachhuber is Reader of Theology at the University of Oxford.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction I: Ferdinand Christian Baur and the Tubingen School 2. F.C. Baur s two Programmes of Scientific Theology 3. The Origin of the two Programmes 4. A Science without Presuppositions: David Strauss 5. Debating the Nature of Religion: Eduard Zeller 6. A Manifesto of Tubingen Orthodoxy: Adolf Hilgenfeld II: Albrecht Ritschl and the Ritschl School 7. Albrecht Ritschl on Theology as Science 8. Philosophical Insights and Influences 9. The Kingdom of God 10. The End of the Idealist Programme Conclusion Bibliography