Encyclopaedia on stage: Faith. With Michael Seewald and Birgit Klein
“To believe is not to know." The concept of a religious belief that can be reconciled with the principles of reason appears to be conclusively summed up in that one short sentence. What it means when people assert a belief in God – and how faith and knowledge relate to one another – is something that theologians and philosophers (usually male) have been arguing about since the Middle Ages while also struggling for the primacy of their respective disciplines; in modern times, this has been further complicated by interventions of the empirical sciences.
In the "philosophical encyclopaedia on stage", the Judaist and rabbi Birgit Klein (Heidelberg) and the Catholic theologian Michael Seewald (Münster) explore the meanings of the term "faith" in their religions. Mod.: Joachim Frank
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Michael Seewald, geb. 1987, studierte Katholische Theologie,… This text was shortened for this overview. Follow the more-link to read the full text.
Joachim Frank was born in Ulm in 1965. He is the chief correspondent… This text was shortened for this overview. Follow the more-link to read the full text.
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