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Die Kirchentheorie Emanuel Hirschs Die Kirchentheorie Emanuel Hirschs

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This essay explores Emanuel Hirsch's understanding of the church in relation to his program of theology from the perspective of systematic theology. It demonstrates that Hirsch's program of theology was a result of his philosophical analysis of Germany's political development after World War 1. Seizing what he considered the opportunity of the historic moment, Hirsch argued for the transformation of Christianity. A crucial element of this problematic transformation was the establishment of a German national church embracing all Protestant denominations.
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Language: ger

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 March 2006

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  • Die Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche (ZThK) erörtert zentrale Themen theologischen Denkens und kirchlicher Praxis. Sie wendet sich an Studierende wie Lehrende, an Pfarrer und Pfarrerinnen, Lehrerinnen und Lehrer, die regelmäßig Einblick in die wichtigsten aktuellen Forschungen in allen theologischen Disziplinen gewinnen wollen. Sie ist eine wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift, die gründlich informiert und zu eigener theologischer Arbeit anregen will.
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