Philip Marheineke

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Philip Konrad Marheineke (May 1, 1780 - May 31, 1846), was a German Protestant church leader.

He was born at Hildesheim, Hanover, and studied at the University of Gttingen. In 1805 he was appointed professor extraordinarius of philosophy at Erlangen; in 1807 he moved to Heidelberg. In 1811 he became professor ordinarius at Humboldt University, Berlin, where from 1820 he was also preacher at Trinity Church and worked with Schleiermacher. When he died he was a member of the supreme consistorial council. At first influenced by Schelling, Marheineke found a new master in Georg Hegel, and came to be regarded as the leader of the Hegelian Right. He sought to defend and explain all the orthodox doctrines of the Church in an orthodox way in the terms of Hegel's philosophy. The dogmatic system that resulted from this procedure was inevitably more Hegelian than Christian; it was in fact an essentially new form of Christianity.

Marheineke's developed views on dogmatics are given in the third edition (1847) of his Die Grundlehren der christlichen Dogmatik als Wissenschaft. When he published the first edition (1819) he was still under the influence of Schelling; the second edition (1827) marked his change of view. His works on symbolics show profound scholarship, keen critical insight, and rare impartiality. The Christliche Symbolik (1810-1814) has been pronounced his masterpiece. His other works include Institutiones symbolicae (1812; 3rd ed., 1830), Geschichte der deutschen Reformation (1816; 2nd ed., 18311834); Die Reformation, ihre Entstehung und Verbreitung in Deutschland (1846; 2nd ed., 1858), and the posthumous Theol. Vorlesungen (I847-1849).

See F Lichtenberger, History of German Theology (1889); A Weber, Le Systme dogmatique de Marheineke (1857); and cf. Otto Pfleiderer, Development of Theology in Germany (1890).

This entry was originally from the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.ja:フィリップ・マールハイネッケ de: Philip Marheineke

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