...ir immediate faith experience, is largely a mythical construct of naïve research. By its very nature, the human mind includes an element of reflection, no m
...s belief. From the times of the [[pre-Socratics]], Greek philosophers have searched for the ultimate origin of things in ways clearly distinct from polytheis
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...]], [[Gottlob Ernst Schulze]], [[Karl Leonhard Reinhold]], and [[Friedrich Schleiermacher]] were also major contributors.
...s [[Johann Gottlieb Fichte]], [[Friedrich Schelling]], and [[Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel]] developed their thoughts as critical responses to Kant. These think
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...s [[Transcendental Idealism]], [[Fichte]]'s [[subjective idealism]], and [[Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling|Schelling]]'s [[Objective idealism]].
...[[Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi]], [[Karl Leonhard Reinhold]], and [[Friedrich Schleiermacher]] were also major contributors to German idealism.
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...mmanuel Kant]], [[Gotthold Lessing]], [[Gottlieb Fichte]], [[Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel|Georg Hegel]] and the French rationalists.
...then, with all care and without neglecting any light derived from recent research, endeavor to determine the peculiar character and circumstances of the sacr
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...b|150px|Brunner was a strong critic of the liberal theology of [[Friedrich Schleiermacher.]]]]
...his work was a devastating critique of the liberal theology of [[Friedrich Schleiermacher]].
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...nkers, including eighteenth century [[Germany|German]] philosopher [[David Friedrich Fries]], thought that human reason culminated in a direct apprehension of t
...rsal) dimension, it is normal that evidence for God’s existence has been searched for by using nearly every approach and every faculty. Besides logic and r
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| influences = [[Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel|Hegel]]
| influenced = [[Karl Marx]], [[Friedrich Engels]], [[Joseph Dietzgen]]
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...based on experimentation and reason, questioned previously held truths and searched for new answers. It modified the medieval view of the world and human bei
...rkegaard]], the father of [[Existentialism]]. Another German fideist was [[Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi]] (1743-1819), who believed that super sensible realities s
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...language. The nineteenth-century [[Germany|German]] theologian [[Friedrich Schleiermacher]] (1768-1834), dubbed the “father of modern theology,” argued that Jesu
...rtedly traveled to Nasibain, [[Afghanistan]] and [[Kashmir]], [[India]] in search of the [[lost tribes of Israel]].
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...lly nineteenth-century humanist theologians in Germany such as [[Friedrich Schleiermacher]] and [[Albrecht Ritschl]] referred also to the communication and inheritan
* [http://www.gnpcb.org/esv/search/?q=Genesis+2%3A4-25 Genesis 2:4-25], The Creation of Man and Woman. English
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... as the ''sixth sense'' (there are five basic senses). Recent scientific research has found some evidence for the existence of this sixth sense. The key ques
During the Romantic period, [[Germany|German]] theologian [[Friedrich Schleiermacher]] came to emphasize the role of [[feeling]], closely related to intuition,
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A '''university''' is an institution of [[higher education]] and [[research]], which grants [[academic degree]]s at all levels ([[bachelor degree|bache
...ion or society.<ref>[http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=university&searchmode=none University] ''Online Etymology Dictionary''. Retrieved March 13, 2
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...lf-century the views of nineteenth century Romantic theologian [[Friedrich Schleiermacher]], which became widespread in liberal Protestantism.
*[http://www.smallcanonsearch.com Small Canon Search]
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...ce on his thought. A few years later, encouraged by the famous orientalist Friedrich Mayer, he read the [[Upanishads]], which were to become his third source of
...ty of Berlin]]; it was there that his opposition to [[Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich|Hegel]] began. Convinced of the value of his own teachings, Schopenhauer in
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...ction to the German Idealists, claiming to be the rightful heir to Kant. [[Schleiermacher]], the founder of modern theology, was also strongly indebted to Kant’s i
...ically but with respect, while maintaining their own perspectives. [[Jakob Friedrich Fries]] (1773-1843) forms an exception in that he tried to incorporate an [
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