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Ultimate concern; Tillich in dialogue.

Author: Paul Tillich; D Mackenzie Brown; University of California, Santa Barbara.
Publisher: New York, Harper & Row [1965]
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Tillich, Paul, 1886-1965.
Ultimate concern.
New York, Harper & Row [1965]
(OCoLC)600088914
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Tillich; D Mackenzie Brown; University of California, Santa Barbara.
OCLC Number: 385978
Notes: Edited from tape recordings made during a seminar held at University of California, Santa Barbara, in the spring of 1964.
Description: xvi, 234 pages 22 cm
Contents: Tillich's theology --
Two concepts of religion --
What is "ultimate concern"? --
Destiny or free will --
Idolatry and demonization distinguished from ultimate concern --
Socialism, communism, nationalism, fascism --
The origin of quasi-religions --
Are the secular religions empty? --
Are the quasi-religions necessary? --
Religion and art --
Reform or retreat --
The term "God" --
Being and existence --
Love and self-love --
Finite and infinite --
Power and vocation --
Rigidity and fragility --
Symbol and reality --
Can socialism replace Christianity? --
Self-criticism in Christianity and communism --
The American way of life --
Can religion be restored when replaced by socialism? --
The restoration of religious symbols --
Are the churches too narrow? --
Are Christian symbols necessary? --
Is a Judeo-Christian dialogue possible? Is Judaism a more tolerant faith? --
Universalism in Christianity and Judaism --
Grace, reconciliation, and forgiveness --
Progress in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam --
The Kairos in Christianity and Hinduism --
The Kairos and the cross --
Sainthood and experience of the Kairos --
Buddha and Christ as historical figures --
Was Jesus Christ unique? --
Can Christ be distinguished from the saints? --
Christ as a symbol --
Which religious symbols are now dead? --
The Kairos and the individual --
Jesus--The image and the reality --
What is a miracle? --
What is providence? --
Can a secular society survive? --
Must ultimate concern be self-conscious? --
Is Paul Tillich a dangerous man? --
"Apostle to the intellectual" --
Monasticism and the priesthood --
Marriage and divorce --
Layman and monk --
Pride and self-affirmation --
Saint and sinner --
More on the uniqueness of Christ --
Christianity and Western civilization.
Other Titles: Tillich in dialogue
Responsibility: [Edited by] D. Mackenzie Brown.

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