Held, Klaus: Der biblische Glaube
Phänomenologie seiner Herkunft und Zukunft
This book uses the means of a phenomenology of the world based freely on Husserl and Heidegger to design a new systematic interpretation of the belief in the one God that originated in Israel and persists in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The phenomenological analysis of monotheism, as compared to other methods of interpretation, is able to render both its origin and its conceivable future more distinct and clear. The main feature of this origin is the self-distinction of the biblical belief in the one desert God, who deliberately withholds himself from any lifeworldly intuition, from the (at least in this respect) somewhat more plausible polytheism. A possible future is marked by a tragedy: antipolytheist faith, in its Christian variety, drives itself into ruin precisely because, in the age of the globalized experience of the one world, it eventually attains its pure form and in so doing succumbs to a radical oblivion of the lifeworld.
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