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Das ‚mystische Apriori‘ im interreligiösen Dialog
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Das ‚mystische Apriori‘ im interreligiösen Dialog

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To advance inter-religious dialogue it is hardly enough to strive for peaceful co-existence.... mehr
Das ‚mystische Apriori‘ im interreligiösen Dialog
To advance inter-religious dialogue it is hardly enough to strive for peaceful co-existence. Rather, it is crucial to ask what the ties are which interconnect religions. With this in mind we introduce here Paul Tillich’s “mystical a priori” which is foundational to a dialogue between religions. On the basis of the proven models in the theology of religion of exclusivism, inclusivism, and pluralism, we want to show how these models are related to this “mystical a priori” and to what extent they are conducive in this way to inter-religious dialogue. We conclude that this depends on the respective and prevailing understanding of mysticism (mysticism of union or of love?). A truly Christian theology of religions should not interpret the “mystical a priori” – by following Tillich’s distinction – within the arena of philosophy of religion but in that of theology proper. Especially on this basis of a Christian theology of religions there are great chances for inter-religions dialogue.
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    • Werner Thiede
    • Dr. Werner Thiede ist Pfarrer der evangelisch-lutherischen Kirche in Bayern und Privatdozent an der Universität Erlangen.
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