Hope, History and Redemption in the Theology of Richard Roberts (1874-1945)

@article{Bourgeois2003HopeHA,
  title={Hope, History and Redemption in the Theology of Richard Roberts (1874-1945)},
  author={Michael Bourgeois},
  journal={Toronto Journal of Theology},
  year={2003},
  volume={19},
  pages={157-172}
}
While World War I catalyzed the crisis oftheologica1liberalism early in the twentieth century, the crisis had begun well before the summer of 1914. Both contemporary commentators and later historians have pointed to various factors precipitating this crisis, including the rise of secularization, the reassessment of earlier understandings of the relationships among theological, historical and scientific knowledge, and the consequent breakdown of certainty in religious truth, all of which were… Expand
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