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Ausgabe:

Februar/2014

Spalte:

241–244

Kategorie:

Dogmen- und Theologiegeschichte

Autor/Hrsg.:

Shanks, Andrew

Titel/Untertitel:

Hegel and Religious Faith. Divided Brain, Atoning Spirit.

Verlag:

London u. a.: T & T Clark International (Continuum) 2011. VI, 175 S. Geb. £ 60,00. ISBN 978-0-567-53230-5.

Rezensent:

Anselm K. Min

Does Hegel still hold possibilities for contemporary theology? Is Hegel really a Christian theologian? What sort of political theology would a Hegelian paradigm be today?

Andrew Shanks, a progressive British political theologian, here continues his long-standing project to transform Christianity as a conventional, conformist, confessional, oppressive, ideological religion into a Christianity that is radically open and committed to what he calls, after Jan Patocha, »the solidarity of the shaken.« This solidarity goes beyond the confessional solidarity among Chris­tians and embraces »all those who have been ›shaken‹ by the demands of perfect truth-as-openness; ›shaken‹, that is, out of the shelter of fixed preconceptions, standard judgments, and ...


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