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Paul Tillich was a versatile Christian theologian, as much at home in philosophical discussion as in the pulpit. As interested in art and politics as in theology, his attacks on Nazism led to the banning of his books and the loss of his position.
This profile of Tillich is written by J. Heywood Thomas, who was a student of Tillich's, and who was friendly with him till Tillich's death. He reivews the philosophical background to Tillich's theology and surveys Tillich's achievement as a philosophical theologian, concluding with an exploration of Tillich's contribution to the changed situation of theology today.
This particular copy is in very good condition. Its exterior has only slight signs of wear - scuffs to its edges from shelf storage. As for the interior, its pages are clean and free of any writing, highlighting or markings.
Tillich's many points of contact with key thinkers in theology and philosophy make this a compelling book for those interested in the history of ideas in the twentieth century.
- Heywood, Thomas, J.
- Very good
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