Richard R. Niebuhr on Christ and Religion The Four-Stage Development of His Theology
|Author: ||Primeaux, Patrick|
Interprets Richard R. Niebuhr's works up to 1978, concluding that Niebuhr was influenced by Calvin, Edwards, and Schleiermacher but that his thought is primarily his own.
". . . a careful account of Niebuhr's perspective emerges from Primeaux's analysis. This is available nowhere else, and I strongly recommend Primeaux's book not only to those interested in Niebuhr's thought but also to those concerned about major options in contemporary theology." - Douglas F. Ottati in The Journal of Religion
". . . well-written and highly instructive . . . . [Primeaux] writes with insight, discipline, clarity, and sympathy. Recommended for the library of every seminary and graduate school of theology." - Choice