Hegel was an eminent philosopher in the Enlightenment. The principles of his thought, which are deep down humanistic, consolidated the basis and foundation of the modern western civilization. The Humanistic aspect of Hegel’s philosophy could be summarized in the two following principles:(1) subjectivism, on which Hegel’s philosophy is founded, attempting to absolutize man, and (2) The deat (absence) of God. Although God is talked about all through Hegel’s philosophy, He is absent as such. In other words, when considering the absolute, Hegel humanizes God, and afterwards leaves that humanistic God behind, so when it comes to absolute Knowledge, there is no need of the traditional God. The article elaborates on these two points.