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Tillich

Paul Johannes. 1886--1965, US Protestant theologian and philosopher, born in Germany. His works include The Courage to Be (1952) and Systematic Theology (1951--63)
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As Tillich said, eternity is not meant to be a prolongation of this life, but finding the meaning within it.
Tillich uses the Protestant principle as a challenge for the churches of the Protestant tradition by questioning their self-understanding as the "religion of freedom" and their embodiment in the liberal project shaping the economic and political order of society.
Tillich sees man as estranged and alienated from his essential being.
In his early thinking Rubenstein was heavily influenced by the thought of Paul Tillich, whose courses he attended as a graduate student at Harvard.
(2) Paul Tillich, "Existentialist Aspects of Modem Art," in Carl Michalson, ed., Christianity and the Existentialists, chap.
Jesus' day is from us, people may still find Tillich helpful or
Paul Tillich said there are three kinds of anxiety: the anxiety of fate and death that belongs to the classical world of Greece and ancient Rome; the anxiety of guilt and condemnation that belongs to the medieval age and also to the beginning of the Reformation; and the anxiety of meaninglessness, and that's our problem.
Schreiber's problematic translation of works like The Sickness Unto Death were the sources through which Barth, Brunner, Bultmann, Tillich, Heidegger, Jaspers, and Adorno came to know Kierkegaard (294-95), which raises a major question for research.
One can only ask what ultimate reality is like." Weaving together the works of Paul Tillich and Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Robinson comes to identify with God as what Tillich calls "the ground for our being." Neither up there or out there, God is here now, to be found within a deeper immersion in our own experience.
El penultimo trabajo que integra este ejemplar de Intus-Legere Filosofia pertenece a Jaime Bonilla, quien propone establecer una relacion entre el pensamiento de Soren Kierkegaard y el de Paul Tillich, de cara a los conceptos de interioridad y profundidad.
(29) The theologian Paul Tillich writes in his book titled Love, Power and Justice that, "[j]ustice is expressed in principles and laws none of which can ever reach the uniqueness of the concrete situation." (30) Tillich continues by stating, "Justice can be reached only if both the demand of the law and the demand of the particular situation are accepted and made effective for the concrete situation." (31) With reference to the Syphilis Study, the injustice was a bioethics and public health ethics violation.