2004
Volume 38, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 2542-6583
  • E-ISSN: 2590-3268

Abstract

Abstract

Barth never studied Hegel intensively, but especially in the period 1926-1932, partially due to a number of Hegelian theologians such as Marheineke, Domer and Biedermann, he came under the influence of his thought. But already in the first volumes of the C.D., this fascination waned. In the discussion on the relation between Barth and Hegel, it was especially Jüngel, Pannenberg and Küng who have emphasized that modem theology is endebted in an essential way to Hegel. They assert that perspectives to which Barth has given a uniquely theological content are inconceivable without Hegel.

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