„The beginning of religion, more precisely its content, is the concept of religion itself, that God is the absolute truth, the truth of all things, and subjectively that religion alone is the absolutely true knowledge.“

—  Георг Гегель, Lectures on Philosophy of Religion, Volume 1 (1827)
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