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 (tĭl′ĭk, -ĭKH), Paul Johannes 1886-1965.
German-born American theologian and philosopher whose works, including Systematic Theology (1951-1963), bind Christianity to an understanding of modern culture.


(Biography) 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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Paul Johannes, 1886–1965, U.S. philosopher and theologian, born in Germany.
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The 15 papers consider such topics as compromised correlation: experience in Tillich's concept of correlation, answering Sartre: Tillich and the Socrates of Nothingness, whether green is the color of redemption, two forms of dialectic within Tillich's history of religion, and the "Dark Night of Faith" as mystical experience.
The German Protestant theologian Paul Tillich, who was forced to leave Germany in the 1930s and became known particularly through his later work in the US, had previously played an important role in Germany during the inter-war period of social, cultural, and political turmoil as an early representative of dialectical theology and as a leading figure in the movement of religious socialism.
Angela Merkel and Stanislaw Tillich (Minister President of Saxony), who, together with Dieter Zetsche (Chairman of the Board of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars), Markus Schfer (Member of the Divisional Board of Mercedes-Benz Cars, Production and Supply Chain), Frank Deiss (Head of Powertrain Production and Site Manager Mercedes-Benz Plant Untertrkheim) and Frank Blome (Managing Director Deutsche Accumotive GmbH & Co.
Paul Tillich characterised this shift in architectural language as nothing less than a heroic triumph: 'Every new church in a new style is an experiment.
Whilst both Christian Protestants, Bruggemann and Tillich come from different theological backgrounds, and the fifty years between them highlights significant differences in their approaches.
To pursue this question, the focus of this article is mostly on some of the ideas of the psychoanalyst Neville Symington and the theologian Paul Tillich.
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It isn't just being alone, as the following quote by Tillich explains: "Language has created the word 'loneliness' to express the pain of being alone.
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:
His chief theological source for existential theology is Paul Tillich, chiefly backed by Alfred Adler and Erich Fromm.