Paul Tillich quotes

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Fear, as opposed to anxiety, has a definite object (as most authors agree), which can be faced, analyzed, attacked, endured. One c ...
It is not difficult to see the analogies and contrasts of the Christian view of man to that of the Marxist. What Marx calls aliena ...
Religion is the state of being grasped by an ultimate concern, a concern which qualifies all other concerns as preliminary and whi ...
Forgiving presupposes remembering. And it creates a forgetting not in the natural way we forget yesterday's weather, but in the wa ...
Our language has wisely sensed these two sides of man's being alone. It has created the word "loneliness" to express the pain of b ...
Symbols have one characteristic in common with signs; they point beyond themselves to something else. The red sign at the street c ...
Out of the element of participation follows the certainty of faith; out of the element of separation follows the doubt in faith. A ...
There is ... a difference between the Protestant and the Catholic doctrine of the natural law. Catholicism believes that the natur ...
Paganism can be defined as the elevation of a special space to ultimate value and dignity. Paganism has a god who is bound to one ...
Why does philosophy use concepts and why does faith use symbols if both try to express the same ultimate? The answer, of course, i ...
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