This collection of essays examines important twentieth-century
Lutheran theologians, including European and North American voices.
Each essay provides an overview of the life and thought of
important confessional Lutherans who shaped theology with an
ecumenical, world-wide impact. The focus here is not on later
twentieth-century figures but earlier ones, selected similar to the
spirit manifest in Karl Barth's contention lest we forget where
contemporary theology came fromę (Protestant Theology From Rousseau
to Ritschl). The essays composed over the last five years were
initiated by Lutheran Quarterly in order to assess our recent past
as we move into a new millennium. The goal of each author, each a
leading theologian, has been to describe each thinker's life and
vocation and how each thinker's work continues to impact theology
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