Introduction 1: Heidegger s Religious Provenance: Kulturkampf and the Modernist Crisis 2: The Developing Critique of Scholasticism, 1911-1915 Eschatological Affliction as the Centre of a Phenomenology of Religion, 1916-1921 4: From Theology to Philosophy I: The Problem of Sin 5: From Theology to Philosophy II: Heidegger and Dialectical Theology 6: Death and Authenticity Conclusion: Theological Responses
Judith Wolfe is Tutor in Theology at St John's College at the University of Oxford.
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