Paul Tillich

Paul Tillich (1886–1965) was a renowned German-American theologian and Christian existentialist philosopher. Tillich is widely recognized for his works on the relationship between faith and reason, the concept of the 'ultimate concern,' and his method of correlation, which connects existential questions with Christian theology. He is also known for his major three-volume work, 'Systematic Theology,' where he explores the depths of Christian symbols and their correlation with human experience.


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  1. 1. The Courage to Be

    "The Courage to Be" is a philosophical work that explores the concept of courage in the face of existential threats and anxieties. The author argues that courage is not simply a bold act in the face of physical danger, but also the strength to affirm one's own being in spite of non-being, despair, and death. The book also discusses the role of God as the ultimate source of courage and suggests that embracing our existential anxieties can lead to self-affirmation and spiritual growth.