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Returning to Tillich : theology and legacy in transition / edited by Russell Re Manning and Samuel Shearn.

Other author/creatorRe Manning, Russell.
Other author/creatorShearn, Samuel.
Format Electronic and Book
Publication InfoBerlin ; Boston : Walter de Gruyter, 2018.
Descriptionxiv, 222 pages : illustration ; 24 cm.
Supplemental Content Full text available from Ebook Central - Academic Complete
Series Tillich research = Tillich-Forschungen = Recherches sur Tillich ; volume 13
Tillich research ; v. 13. ^A1348363
Contents Foreword / Werner G Jeanrond -- Introduction: Returning to Tillich / Russell Re Manning & Samuel Shearn -- Which Kant? Whose idealism? : Paul Tillich's philosophical training reappraised / Marc Boss -- Tillich and participation / Douglas Hedley -- Compromised correlation? : experience in Paul Tillich's concept of correlation / Marijn de Jong & Ulrich Schmiedel -- Tillich's account of love : re-visiting self-less love / Julia Meszaros -- Kairos, history, and religion : some insights on Tillich's understanding of revelation in dialogue with Karl Barth / Sven Ensminger -- Answering Sartre : Paul Tillich and the 'Socrates of nothingness' / Kate Kirkpatrick -- Is green the colour of our redemption? / Anne-Marie Reijnen -- Tillich for today's church : self-critique, self-transcendence, and the new reality / Andrew O'Neill -- The sacred art of teaching : Paul Tillich on place, boundary, and pedagogy / Matthew Lon Weaver -- Paul Tillich, salvation, and big, unnecessary, crazy, travel adventure / Alexander T. Blondeau -- "One can distinguish two ways of approaching God : the way of overcoming estrangement and the way of meeting a stranger" : Paul Tillich's engagement with Buddhism / Reinhold Bernhardt -- Two forms of dialectic within Tillich's history of religion / Robert E. Meditz -- Schleiermacher and Tillich on Judaism : a structural comparison / Gorazd AndrejĨ -- Paul Tillich, being itself, and the structure of Vedantic panentheism / Ankur Barua -- Paul Tillich and the 'dark night of faith' as mystical experience / Stefan S. Jaeger -- Epilogue: A dinner speech : Tillich in transition / Christoph Schwoebel.
General note"The book originated in a two-day conference 'Paul Tillich: theology and legacy' convened by the editors in Oxford in July 2014"--Acknowledgements, page [xi].
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (pages [205]-215) and index.
Access restrictionAvailable only to authorized users.
Technical detailsMode of access: World Wide Web
Genre/formElectronic books.
LCCN 2018285566
ISBN9783110532852 (hardcover: alk. paper)
ISBN3110532859 (hardcover: alk. paper)
Standard identifier# 9783110532852

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