Why Kant Why Not Hamann A Case Study in the Evangelical Tradition of Telling the Story of Modern Historical Theology

Why Kant Why Not Hamann A Case Study in the Evangelical Tradition of Telling the Story of Modern Historical Theology
Part 450 of a 463 part series.
Topic: ETS
Organization: ETS National
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About this Conference: Christians in the Public Square - The 58th Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society held, November 15-17, 2006 in Washington, D.C. (over 460 mp3s) in the full set. Plenary sessions include speakers, John Piper, Barry Hawkins, J. Budziszewski, Hugh Hewitt, Keith Pavlishcek, and Edwin Yamauchi. Other notable speakers include Robert Culver, Joel Beeke, Robert Clouse, Linda Belleville, Stephen Nichols, Jo Ann Davidson, William Barker, Daniel Lane, Gregg Strawbridge, Calvin Beisner, Douglas Geivett, Richard Howe, Todd Beall, James Speigel, John Franke, Bruce Ware, Millard Erickson, John Carrick, Darell Bock, William Lane Craig, Wayne Grudem, Vern Poythress, R. Scott Smith, Peter Enns, Don Garlington, Andrew Das, Kenney Barker, Craig Blomberg, Gary Habermas, among many others.
Michael McDuffee Professor of Theology, Undergraduate School and Adjunct Professor, Moody Graduate School Educational Background: BA, University of New Hampshire MA, Wheaton Graduate School MA, PhD, Brandeis University Publications: Small-Town Protestantism in 19th Century Germany: Living Lost Faith. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2003.

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