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 (tĭl′ĭk, -ĭKH), Paul Johannes 1886-1965.
German-born American theologian and philosopher whose works, including Systematic Theology (1951-1963), bind Christianity to an understanding of modern culture.
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(Biography) Paul Johannes. 1886–1965, US Protestant theologian and philosopher, born in Germany. His works include The Courage to Be (1952) and Systematic Theology (1951–63)
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(ˈtɪl ɪk, -ɪx)

Paul Johannes, 1886–1965, U.S. philosopher and theologian, born in Germany.
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The writings of Reinhold Niebuhr, John Courtney Murray, Abraham Joshua Heschel, and Paul Tillich commanded mass audiences.
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The German Protestant theologian Paul Tillich, who was forced to leave Germany in the 1930s and became known particularly through his later work in the US, had previously played an important role in Germany during the inter-war period of social, cultural, and political turmoil as an early representative of dialectical theology and as a leading figure in the movement of religious socialism.
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To pursue this question, the focus of this article is mostly on some of the ideas of the psychoanalyst Neville Symington and the theologian Paul Tillich.
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It isn't just being alone, as the following quote by Tillich explains: "Language has created the word 'loneliness' to express the pain of being alone.
Heavily influenced by existentialism in general and by Paul Tillich's rejection of traditional theism in particular, Rubenstein believed that traditional Judaism had outlived its purpose.
His chief theological source for existential theology is Paul Tillich, chiefly backed by Alfred Adler and Erich Fromm.