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- Paul Tillich: Love, Power, and Justice
- Love, Power and Justice: Ontological Analysis & Ethical Applications (Galaxy)
- Paul Tillich
Among the general public, Tillich is best known for his works The Courage to Be and Dynamics of Faith , which introduced issues of theology and culture to a general readership. In academic theology, he is best known for his major three-volume work Systematic Theology —63 , in which he developed his "method of correlation," an approach that explores the symbols of Christian revelation as answers to the problems of human existence raised by contemporary existential analysis. Tillich's unique integration of essentialism and existentialism, as well as his sustained engagement with ontology in the Systematic Theology and other works, has attracted scholarship from a variety of influential thinkers including Karl Barth , Reinhold Niebuhr , H.
Paul Tillich: Love, Power, and Justice
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Access options available:. When Tillich speaks of something that " exists," he means something which is finite, is limited by the "categories of finitude" time, space, substance , etc. God, Tillich says, is most assuredly not this. God, he says, is being-itself. The purpose of this article is to show that such a ploy does not succeed for Tillich. Indeed, one can raise the question of the reality of being-itself. In fact, Tillich himself raises this question and gives at least two arguments to prove the reality of his God.
Henry, an associate professor of political science at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is the author of Politics for Evangelicals. This article appeared in the Christian Century November 23, , p. Copyright by the Christian Century Foundation and used by permission. Current articles and subscription information can be found at www. The very individuals who have done so much to renew the social conscience of the evangelical community have also been those who have rejected politics as a means of fulfilling social obligation.
Love, Power and Justice: Ontological Analysis & Ethical Applications (Galaxy)
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It reads quickly and its chapters possess the steady flow of thoughts that a good lecturer should present his audience. As Tillich admits, the idea of dealing with terms that carry such gravity, history, and problems is daunting v. As such, he offers as the title suggests only the most basic ontological analysis and possible ethical applications.
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Ontological Analyses and Ethical Applications
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