Category Archives: Romantic Hermeneutics

Schleiermacher and Modern Hermeneutics

After a century and a half (1650-1800) of increasing rationalism in biblical hermeneutics and criticism, a reaction that may be called “romanticism” began. Lessing and Reimarus had succumbed to Spinoza, and had subsequently done incalculable damage to the cause of … Continue reading

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