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United States theologian (born in Germany) (1886-1965)

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It is hard, however, to think of a contemporary theologian who has the public profile of Tillich or Niebuhr.
(6) But this is also a form of transcendence, in Smith's view, just as it is to Zen Buddhists (and for that matter, to Christian theologian Paul Tillich).
Tillich's (1886-1965) ecological thinking tries to integrate both the horizontal and the vertical dimensions of God, nature, and human beings within a dynamic ontology under a pneumatological-eschatological perspective, contends Chan.
For Tillich, however, the prognosis of the eventual end of the Protestant era did not signify the end of Protestantism altogether.
Paul Tillich (1886-1965) served as a military chaplain in World War I.
Here Rubenstein repeats in a much abbreviated form a view that Paul Tillich expressed in his The Courage To Be and combines it with Erich Fromm's insight regarding the authoritarian personality:
The question of existence did not die with Paul Tillich. Rittenhouse sees Tillich's theology as a starting point for theological attempts to counter consumerism with Christianity.
Not only will this drive down the countries' greenhouse gas emissions, but also generate new jobs and create much added value to the economy and improve energy security," Tillich said.
Referring to abstract art as "an expression of ultimate concern," (2) Paul Tillich claimed: "You cannot interpret a picture by stating its meaning in discursive sentences and then dispensing with the visual form.
Paul Tillich connects the state of despair to "the situation
Born in 1928, Douglas John Hall grew up in the United Church, studied at Union Theological Seminary in New York City under Paul Tillich and Reinhold Niebuhr, and is professor emeritus at McGill University, Montreal.
Philosopher and theologian Paul Tillich, together with his wife Hannah, spent eight weeks of 1960 traveling around Japan at the invitation of the Japan Committee for Intellectual Interchange of the International House of Japan in Tokyo, where he engaged in exchanges with other theologians and philosophers, scholars of other fields, and religious leaders.
Resumen: El presente texto busca generar una reflexion sobre la posibilidad de una teologia sistematica, especialmente desde Kierkegaard y Tillich. Se parte de un rapido acercamiento a algunas concepciones del <<sistema>> en el contexto de la filosofia moderna.
John Howard Yoder is a recent test case, but there are others in that company, including Paul Tillich, Reinhold Niebhur and, some would argue, Martin Luther.
Barrett also contributes a chapter on Paul Tillich, who seems to reflect a strongly Kierkegaardian influence with his existentially-oriented theology, which employs such Kierkegaardian themes as anxiety, concern for the self, individual responsibility, paradox, the moment, and faith as a passion (361-67).