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critique of Paul Tillich"s apologetic Christology.

Stephen David Loxton

critique of Paul Tillich"s apologetic Christology.

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Published by (University of Hull) in (Hull) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tillich, Paul, -- 1886-1965.

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Philosophy in the University of Hull.

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    Open LibraryOL13765940M

    God as Spirit is "the most embracing, direct, and unrestricted symbol for the divine life" It is along these same lines, however, that Tillich also should be criticized. All these are regarded as the sources of systematic theology. Because separation is a sin, he implies that segregation and discrimination a form of separation is also a sin. No, it is not necessary for a truly contemporary person to be an atheist or to disbelieve in the existence of God.

    While his treatment of estrangement leaves much to be desired, Tillich gives a compelling reinterpretation and illumination of faith. As a result, answering such conditional questions with the Christian message is the work of Christian theologians. I am sure that a religionless or secularized Christianity is as much a self-contradiction as an atheistic theology. His practical response to this crisis was to join the Religious-Socialist movement, whose members believed that the impending cultural breakdown was a momentous opportunity for creative social reconstruction, a time that Tillich characterized by the New Testament term kairos, signifying a historical moment into which eternity erupts, transforming the world into a new state of being. In the first chapter, Tillich succinctly delineates his own definition of faith.

    However, communities of faith must not be bound by legalistic ties to doctrinal statements of belief, but rather assert the freedom of faith within the community Beyond that atheists can be nature-lovers or nature-haters, they can see life and the Universe as joyful - or absurd. Oftentimes our trust in an authority would be just enough to believe. Thus, the point of faith, that which is concerned with what is truly ultimate, and its connection to love, through reunion from what humanity is separated, would be lost. History is not the divine self-manifestation but a series of unreconciled conflicts, threatening humanity with self-destruction. Doubt, especially in existential forms, plays a vital role in relationship to faith as it serves as the opposite pole in the state of ultimate concern


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