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Religion und Theologie

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In this chapter, the author highlights a heavy and large basic problem of religion and theology. The problem is not a new but old and it always been with the greatest minds and deals with best minds. Theology is difficult for religion to endure. Just when one handle both very serious and deep. The assertion of a specific theological science, a theological philology or history or theory of knowledge is based on gross self-deception. The author emphasizes this theology, saying that it sets high expectations, raises disappointed angry accusation, and never creates religion. Theology always comes afterwards. The founder of a religion comes first and then the prophets and apostles come and then only in far, far distance the theologians. Theology is first and foremost and is nothing else than scientific and contemporary epistemological collection of religion. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: religion; theological philology; theological science

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