reformation leader whose book "Institutes of Christian religion" was the first systematic presentatin of Protestant theology
Late 16th C theologion who opposed the theology of John Calvin and the Reformed Church. His ideas influenced with some modification the thought of John Wesley and the Methodists.
J. Gresham Machen
Conservatice scholar who opposed liberalism. He left Princeton Theological Seminary and founded Westminster Theological Seminary. His important works include "Chirstianikty and Liberalism", "The Virgin Birth", and "The Origin of Paul's Religion"
"Origin of Species" challenged biblical ciew of creation and man as told in Genesis. His ideas proveded many in western civilization with a mechanistic means of life and explanation of all things in the universe
Late 19th C utilitarian philosopher who applied Darwin's views of biological evolution to the nature and structure of human society
19th C pholosopher whose system included all aspects of civilization. He argued that there was a mind or spirit which was guiding/directing western civilization toward a state of perfection