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Dogmen- und Theologiegeschichte
Hegel and Religious Faith. Divided Brain, Atoning Spirit.
London u. a.: T & T Clark International (Continuum) 2011. VI, 175 S. Geb. £ 60,00. ISBN 978-0-567-53230-5.
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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