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Author(s): Clayton, Philip | Wolfes, Matthias
[German Version] I. Terminology; Natural Science – II. Philosophy of Religion – III. Dogmatics I. Terminology; Natural Science The term panentheism originated as a theological concept, but it is also used in the natural sciences. It expresses the view that the world exists in God, even though God is more than the world (Transcendence and immanence: I; see also II and III below). The major arguments for panentheism from the perspective of the natural sciences include the standard arguments for classical philosophical theism (Natural the…


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Author(s): Clayton, Philip | Wolfes, Matthias
[English Version] I. Zum Begriff und naturwissenschaftlich P. ist ein urspr. theol…


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Author(s): Wolfes, Matthias | Dinkel, Christoph
[English Version] I. Religionsphilosophisch Der Begriff P. (abgeleitet von griech. πα˜n̆/pa´n, »alles«, und ϑεο´ς/theo´s, »Gott«) entstammt den religionskrit. Debatten des 18.Jh. Urspr. bezogen…


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Author(s): Wolfes, Matthias | Dinkel, Christoph
[German Version] I. Philosophy of Religion – II. Dogmatics – III. Practical Theology I. Philosophy of Religion The term pantheism (from Gk πᾶν/ pán, “all,” and ϑεός/ theós, “God”) is a product of the 18th-century critical debates about religion. Coined in discussions about B. de Spinoza, it refers to religio-philosophical conceptions that undertake to relate God and the world through the idea of an all-embracing unity. Its central concept is the immanence of God (Transcendence and immanence) in the totality of all that ex…


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Author(s): Wilhelm Graf, Friedrich | Wolfes, Matthias
[German Version] I. Church History Talk of a “new” or “modern” Protestantism surfaced sporadically c. 1800, but did not achieve a firm foothold until the hardening of deep religious and cultural divides between “liberal theologians” (Liberal theology), mediation theologians (Mediation theology), theological Hegelians (Hegelianism), and Neo-Lutheran confessionalists (Neo-Lutheranism) during the 1830s. The neologism


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Author(s): Graf, Friedrich Wilhelm | Wolfes, Matthias
[English Version] I. Kirchengeschichtlich …
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