Emanuel Hirsch and Paul Tillich Debate a Study in the Political Ramifications of Theology
|Author: ||Reimer, A. J.|
Covers the Tillich-Hirsch debate, of great interest to scholars working in the history of Germany in the 1930s and the political theology of the Confessing Church.
"The professional theologian will delight in these pages. Reimer has done his homework. He recreates the scholarly debate in all of its intricacies, detail after detail, reference after reference, footnote after footnote." - Journal of Ecumenical Studies
"What James Reimer has done is provide us with an exhaustive account of the controversy. Given its comprehensive scope and its thorough scholarly character, the book will be the standard work in the subject." -- Church History
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