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A contemporary critical theology has a double task: On one hand it should try to formulate the experience of faith in an appropriate language; on the other hand it must deal with the ideological misunderstandings of other disciplines concerning questions of faith. Pavel Vitalis takes up the challenge of mastering this double task. He uses Early Christianity as a source, which the West is gradually loosing. He makes the attempt at dealing with an essay written by the well-known television philosopher Peter Sloterdijk about the monotheistic religions. His central thesis is that Sloterdijk's unsuccessful and false assertions lead to a defamation of the Christian religion and seem like an intellectual caricature. Vitalis reasons that this is caused by the increasing intellectualism of the West. In addition to this argument, the book also offers an insight into the intellectual repertory of Early Christianity in an understandable language. www.w-publishing.com
Number Of Pages: 62
Published: 25th March 2010
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 20.32 x 12.7 x 0.33
Weight (kg): 0.07