FYI, the Princeton Theological Review (Logos Now October 2016 preview resource), contains a number of articles about Hegelianism and Ritschlism, including Ritschl's doctrines of Justification and Reconciliation, and Christian Perfection. "[Ritschl] would not hear of any such thing as a native bias to sin. On the contrary, every man, according to him, comes into the world with a bias to good, and with the formation of his developed moral character in his own hands." Warfield, B. B. (1919). Albrecht Ritschl and His Doctrine of Christian Perfection. The Princeton Theological Review, XVII(1–4), 534.
Princeton Theological Review (443 issues)
Collectively known as the Princeton Theological Review, this collection includes every issue of the <Biblical Repertory, Biblical Repertory and Theological Review, Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review, Princeton Review, New Princeton Review, Presbyterian and Reformed Review, and the Princeton Theological Review —all 443 issues published between 1825–1929.