German essays on religion
Featuring works by Karl Barth, Martin Buber, Immanuel Kant, Albert Schweitzer, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Karl Rahner, and others, these are the essential writings on religion by German theologians, authors, and philosophers, from the Enlightenment to the present.
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GOTTHOLD EPHRAIM LESSING
JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE
FRIEDRICH DANIEL ERNST SCHLEIERMACHER
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absolute appears become believe Bultmann called Christ Christian church cognition concept consciousness course criticism divine doctrine dogma Edited essential eternal ethical Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy everything existence expressed fact faith Father feeling finite Foreword G. W. F. Hegel German God's Goethe Gospel grace heart Hebrew Hegel Henry Chadwick holy human idea Immanuel Kant individual infinite inner interpreted Jesus Judaism Kant Karl Karl Barth Karl Jaspers knowledge language ligion living longer Ludwig Wittgenstein man's means merely mind modern moral mystery myth mythical mythological natural religion Nietzsche object original ourselves pantheism perfect person philosophy of religion political emancipation positive religion possible principle pure reality reason recognize redemption regarded relation religious revelation Rudolf Bultmann salvation Schopenhauer sense soul sphere spirit suffering Testament theologian theology things thought tion transcendence transcendental Translated true truth understanding universal whole words