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Harnack

(German ˈharnak)
n
(Biography) Adolf von. 1851–1930, German Protestant theologian, author of the influential History of Dogma (1886–90)
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En una perspectiva menos polemica con sus propios principios protestantes, Harnack llegaba a conclusiones devastadoras en su obra sobre la esencia del cristianismo: alli <<Harnack describe la piedad reduciendola a la nuda relacion entre Dios y el alma, entendida ademas como la sustancia del protestantismo y declarada como esencia del cristianismo; y lo hace de forma tan fascinante, que incluso teologos y ministros evangelicos luteranos se echaron a temblar ante "la esencia del cristianismo".
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However, in the section on Neo-orthodoxy Early identifies Barth's turn from liberal theology, along with his involvement in the Confessing Church and his role in the drafting of the Barmen Declaration, but he neglects to note that Barth turned from liberal theology in large part because of his disenchantment with the professors he had studied under in Berlin, such as Adolph von Harnack, and their wholehearted support of the German war cause during World War I.
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After the previous study on [L.sub.1] in [10, 11], the authors of [12-14] established an invariant Harnack inequality for the nonnegative solution of [L.sub.1]u = 0 by using the mean value formula.