THE THEOLOGICAL EPISTEMOLOGY OF THE OLDER HEGEL ACCORDING TO LECTURES ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION AND THE CLASSICAL LUTHERAN DOCTRINE OF THE MEANS OF GRACE (Polish title- below)
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(Title in Polish - 'Teologiczna epistemologia póznego Hegla wedlug Wykladów z filozofii religii a klasyczna luteranska koncepcja srodków laski'). The paper discusses the similarities and differences between the theological epistemology of Hegel as stated in Lectures and the Lutheran doctrine of the means of grace as stated in the Reformation (Luther, Melanchthon). The author stated on the basis of the analysis that Hegel rejected the Scripture principle of the Reformation because of the rationalistic Bible criticism expressed by the German Enlightenment, and strove to derive the philosophy of Christianity from the reason principle and preserve basic Christian truths adapted to his own system in this way; and the means of grace (namely the Word of Gospel in the Scripture, in preaching, and in the sacraments) were lost in the Hegelian system and replaced by reason.
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