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A new addition to the »Guides for the Perplexed» series, this new book on Tillich will analyze, clarify and connect the most central and difficult of Tillich's theological concepts. Tillich's main contribution to theology was to offer an account of the significance of human agency within the history of God's salvation of the world.
Amidst the hopelessness of a world twice at war, Tillich introduced an apologetic theological approach, which he deemed a necessary counterpoint to the resulting despair of existentialism on one hand and the reaction of religious fundamentalism on the other. In order to address both the human situation and the Christian message, Tillich articulated the consonance not only between the disciplines of theology and philosophy, but also between some of their major concepts and the daily experience of them in religion and culture.
Andrew O'Neill is a minister of the United Church of Canada. He completed a Masters of Divinity at the University of Toronto before undertaking graduate work in the Theology in History program at New College, University of Edinburgh. Under the supervision of Dr. Nick Adams, Andrew completed a PhD in Systematic Theology, with a focus on the conceptual connections between Paul Tillich's Systematic Theology and the philosophical systems of F.W.J. Schelling and G.W.F. Hegel. [Språk: Engelska] Häftad