1. United States theologian (born in Germany) (1886-1965)
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  • Tillich's starting point of his theoretical in cultural theology is the nature of religion.
  • Through acts of courage (a necessary companion to what Tillich calls "living faith"), we learn to resist hiding every time we see dark silhouettes -- those reminders of our own nonbeing -- cast on the valley floor. Lynn Casteel Harper: Aging with Courage: The Beginning of a Living Faith
  • While the stars of former friends and associates, such as Buber and Tillich, waxed in the United States, he was largely unknown and unlistened to, except for some devoted undergraduates who taped his undergraduate lectures for posterity. Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy
  • It endows transcendence which aesthetic activities own with ultimate pursuit by eliminating theological notions in Paul Tillich's philosophy.
  • Tillich constructs his cultural theology from man's existential situation with an ontological approach.
  • This inhesion may be imagined in many ways, but two major modes of imagining it come to mind from Tillich's pages.
  • Paul Tillich, one of the most representative thinkers in the contemporary religion philosophy, is well known as a great master of contemporary theology.
  • In fact, Tillich believed that the courage we really need is the courage to persist and continue in the face of feelings of guilt of meaninglessness.
  • Tillich analyzes people"s ontological anxiety as well as its times" characteristics from the angle of Christian theology, and explores the nature and origin of modernists" existence dilemma.
  • Tillich, one of the most representative thinkers in the philosophy ideological trend of contemporary western religion, holds the good reputation of "great master of contemporary theology".
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