“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – Chapters 1-3

SocialGospelFor several months, I have been blogging through the book A Theology for the Social Gospel by Walter Rauschenbusch. 2017 marks the 100th anniversary of its publication. So far, I have made it through only three chapters. It seems best to offer the links to each article below before moving forward.

“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – Introduction
“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – The Challenge of the Social Gospel to Theology 1
“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – The Challenge of the Social Gospel to Theology 2
“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – The Difficulties of Theological Readjustment 1
“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – Neither Alien Nor Novel
“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – Neither Alien Nor Novel 2
“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – Neither Alien Nor Novel 3
“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – The Consciousnesses of Sin 1
“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – The Consciousnesses of Sin 2
“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – The The Fall of Man 1
“A Theology for the Social Gospel”: Blogging Through Rauschenbusch – The The Fall of Man 2

 

For more:
“A Simple Way to Pray”: Blogging Through Luther
“Baptists Through the Centuries”: Blogging Through Bebbington – Complete Series
“Seeking the City”: Blogging Through Brand and Pratt – Entire Series
We Are All Descendants of Cain: A Theology of Beowulf –  Conclusion
“Collected Writings on Scripture”: Blogging Through Carson – Complete Series
“Whosoever Will”: Blogging Through Allen and Lemke – Concluding Thoughts
“The Deity of Christ”: Blogging Through Morgan and Peterson – The Deity of Jesus for Missions and Pluralism

 

 

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