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Testament of John, 64—65, 67, 165 n. 55 (see also gospel, of John) theism; Lessing's transcendental, 114; and pantheism, 38—39, 128; rational, 130; universalistic, 135 See also panentheism; pantaentheism; pantheism theology; Enlightenment, 18, 32, 97, 106; Lessing's contribution to, 5-7, 18; Lessing's study of, 15, 17-18; orthodox. See orthodoxy; priority of ethics over dogmatics in modern, 65; rationalistic, 151 n. 35 See also neology

Thielicke, Helmut, 11,149 n. 18,172 nn. 24, 25, 31,175 n. 50; on method when studying Lessing, 12; theological interpretation of Lessing by, 89 thinking; dogmatically ((Soymotikmc)), 9, 112; "gymnastically"

((rtiivBOTiKfis)), 9, 10, 55, 112, 114 Tillich, Paul, 89, 111-12, 164 n. 42, 175 n. 56 Timm, Hermann, 10, 117, 138, 139, 165 n. 55, 172 n. 28, 177 n. 12

tolerance, religious, 29, 34, 36, 54, 141, 144, 150-51 n.34 (see also inquisition)

transmigration, 112, 175 n. 57 (see also metempsychosis; reincarnation)

Trillhaas, Wolfgang, 166 n. 71

Troeltsch, Ernst; on God's love as embracing suffering, 157-58 n.44; idea of autotheonomy in, 87, 142, 169 n. 62; on reconciling theism and pantheism, 38-39; view of Lessing in, 6-7 See also autotheonomy; God, self-replication of; panentheism truth; absolute, for God alone, 24, 115, 116, 143, 168 n. 24;

appropriation of, 60-61, 107; inner, 27-28, 45, 46-47, 62-64, 164 nn. 35, 42

truths; accidental, of history, 56; necessary, of reason, 56 See also ditch, ugly broad

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