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Modern Theology And The Dialectic Of God, Part 2 (Kelly Maeshiro)
The following is the second of a four-part series. The first can be found here. Kantian idealism for Hegel represents the “shape” of Spirit corresponding to what he calls “Understanding,” which, to Hegel’s mind, Kant does not get beyond, and in which he ultimately remains stuck. Here we should be clear that Hegel did not […]
God As Person and Trinity, Lecture 7 (Johannes Zachhuber)
The following is the seventh lecture in an eight-lecture series. The most recent one can be found here. The possibility that God is person has often been denied. It has been pointed out that the concept of person in order to make sense to us needs limitations which we wouldn’t not willingly ascribe to God. […]
Lutheran Theology And Postmodern Philosophy, Part I (Olli-Pekka Vaino)
The following is the first installment of a two-part series. Recently, Martin Luther and the Lutheran Reformation has received heavy criticism in various theological and philosophical circles. In many scholarly treatments of the history of western philosophy and culture, Reformation has been treated as one step on a trajectory from nominalist revolution to liberal Protestantism, […]