The Christian Faith is, with the exception of Calvin’s Institutes, the most important work covering the whole filed of doctrine to which Protestant theology can point. To say this is not necessarily to adopt either his fundamental principles or the detailed conclusions to which these principles have guided him. On all such matters a nearly unbroken controversy has long prevailed. But, whether for acceptance or rejection, it is necessary for serious students to know what Schleiermacher has to say. —ADAPTED FROM THE PREFACE
Long available only in expensive hardcover editions, the Apocryphile Press is proud to make Schleiermacher’s classic of theology once more within reach for students and others on a limited budget. This is the second edition of the complete work, originally published in two volumes, but here collected into one.