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Spirituality
Author: Paul Tillich
ISBN: 0865542929
Subcategory: Religious Studies
Pages 213 pages
Publisher Mercer Univ Pr (July 1, 1988)
Language English
Category: Spirituality
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Start by marking The Spiritual Situation in Our Technical Society as Want to Read . Paul Tillich was a German-American theologian and Christian existentialist philosopher.

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Nonfiction - Essays: Tillich's essays in this volume span a period from 1927 to 1964. They include several types of documents, some previously unpublished and some translated into English for the first time. In spite of differences in time and place, Tillich's thoughts remain relatively consistent from the earliest works to the latest.

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The Religious Situation by Paul Tillich. Paul Tillich is generally considered one of the century's outstanding and influential thinkers. The movement of concern is the slowly developing defeat of the spiritual temper of the nineteenth century

The Religious Situation by Paul Tillich. After teaching theology and philosophy at various German universities, he came to the United States in 1933. For many years he was Professor of Philosophical Theology at Union Theological Seminary in New York City, then University Professor at Harvard University. The movement of concern is the slowly developing defeat of the spiritual temper of the nineteenth century.

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Items related to The Spiritual Situation in Our Technical Society. Nonfiction - Essays: Tillich's essays in this volume span a period from 1927 to 1964. They include several types of documents, some previously unpublished and some translated into English for the first time

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In The spiritual situation in our technical society, ed. J. Thomas. The North American Paul Tillich Society Newsletter 29(3): 24–29. Macon: Mercer University Press. Tillich and the new religious paradigm.

Beginning in 1937, the book documents Tillich's . This gift from one of the greatest twentieth-century Protestant theologians, Paul Tillich, is a collection of hopeful, realistic writings on peace from the years Tillich spent in America.

Beginning in 1937, the book documents Tillich's pre-World War II hope of resistance to Hitler and moves to the time before his death in 1965, when Tillich preached frequently on hope. It includes his first public political speech in America, on anti-Semitism, essays on planning for peace, and criticism of the peace thought of John Foster Dulles and Pope John XXIII.

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Paul Tillich, German-born . Theonomy (divine rule) envisions a situation in which norms and values express the convictions and commitments of free individuals in a free society. theologian and philosopher whose discussions of God and faith illuminated and bound together the realms of traditional Christianity and modern culture. Some of his books, notably The Courage to Be (1952) and Dynamics of Faith (1957), reached a large public audience. Heteronomy (alien rule) is the cultural and spiritual condition when traditional norms and values become rigid, external demands threatening to destroy individual freedom.

Nonfiction - Essays: Tillich's essays in this volume span a period from 1927 to 1964. They include several types of documents, some previously unpublished and some translated into English for the first time. In spite of differences in time and place, Tillich's thoughts remain relatively consistent from the earliest works to the latest.