Ultimate concern; Tillich in dialogue. [Edited by] D. Mackenzie Brown.

; Brown, D. Mackenzie (Donald Mackenzie), 1908- editor ; University of California, Santa Barbara
[1st ed.].. New York, Harper and Row [1965] .

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Other Title Tillich in dialogue
Other Authors Brown, D. Mackenzie 1908-
University of California, Santa Barbara.
Subjects Protestantism.
Description xvi, 234 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Edited from tape recordings made during a seminar held at University of California, Santa Barbara, in the spring of 1964.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 221-223).
Also issued online.
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.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)385978
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WorldCat Identities Tillich, Paul, 1886-1965.
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