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The Cambridge Companion to Paul Tillich
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The Cambridge Companion to Paul Tillich
Cambridge University Press
9780521859899 - The Cambridge Companion to Paul Tillich - Edited by Russell Re Manning
Table of Contents

Contents

Notes on contributors
xi
Preface
RUSSELL RE MANNING
xv
Acknowledgements
xviii
Chronology
xix
List of abbreviations
xxii
Part I    Standing within the theological circle
1
1         Tillich's life and works
Werner Schüßler
3
2         Tillich as systematic theologian
Oswald Bayer
18
3         Tillich on God
Martin Leiner
37
4         Tillich's Christology
Anne Marie Reijnen
56
5         Tillich's theology of the concrete spirit
Frederick J. Parrella
74
6         Faith (and religion)
Mary Ann Stenger
91
7         ‘First, read my sermons!’ Tillich as preacher
Erdmann Sturm
105
Part II   Theology of culture
121
8         Tillich's analysis of the spiritual situation of his time(s)
Jean Richard
123
9         Theology of culture and its future
William Schweiker
138
10        Tillich's theology of art
Russell Re Manning
152
11        Tillich's philosophy
Christian Danz
173
12        Tillich's ethics: between politics and ontology
Mark Lewis Taylor
189
13        On the boundary of utopia and politics
Ronald H. Stone
208
Part III  Tillich in dialogue
221
14        Tillich in dialogue with natural science
John F. Haught
223
15        Tillich in dialogue with psychology
John Dourley
238
16        Tillich in dialogue with Japanese Buddhism: a paradigmatic illustration of his approach to inter-religious conversation
Marc Boss
254
17        Tillich and feminism
Rachel Sophia Baard
273
18        Tillich and the postmodern
John Thatamanil
288
Bibliography
303
Index
317



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