The Incarnation of God: an introduction to Hegel's theological thought as prolegomena to a future christology

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Crossroad, Dec 1, 1987 - Religion - 601 pages
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The Incarnation of God: an introduction to Hegel's theological thought as prolegomena to a future christology

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This lucid translation of Kung's 1970 study traces Hegel's Christology from its origins in the Kantean Enlightenment to a new notion of God in terms of the historical manifestation of the absolute ... Read full review

Contents

CHRIST IN OBLIVION
23
Theology at odds with itself
31
Revolution of the Spirit
40
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Hans Kung is president of the Global Ethic Foundation (Germany/Switzerland) after retiring in 1996 as professor of ecumenical theology and director of the Institute for Ecumenical Research at the University of Tubingen. He is the author of more than fifty books, including The Catholic Church and On Being a Christian.

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