عنوان مقاله [English]
Criticizing theoretical attitudes, early Heidegger insists on the living experience as the fundamental object of philosophy. The analysis of Christian facticity provides an exemplar for the characterization of the facticity which affects Heidegger's project in Being and Time. Emphasizing on entering into the enactment of life as the basis of faith, the Christian life is in contrast to Greek theoretical metaphysics. Entering into such enactment requires the acceptance of the word of God which consists of trusting to what God has said and waiting for Jesus's second coming. Here, there is a different knowledge and experience of temporality which has been lost under the overcoming of metaphysical conceptuality. Heidegger pursues his analysis of Christian facticity through analyzing the letters of St. Paul and the confessions of St. Augustin.