Kritische Theologie: Paul Tillich in Frankfurt (1929-1933)

This volume examines the multifaceted origins of Paul Tillich’s “critical theology” during the Frankfurt years (1929–1933) from the perspectives of source and reception history. In this way, it provides a compelling picture of the rich interactions between Tillich and his academic environment as wel...

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Published in:Tillich research
Corporate Author: Tagung unter dem Titel Kritische Theologie. Paul Tillich in Frankfurt (1929-1933) 2014, Frankfurt am Main (Author)
Contributors: Schreiber, Gerhard 1978- (herausgeberin, Editor); Schulz, Heiko 1959- (herausgeberin, Editor)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:German
English
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Published: Berlin Boston De Gruyter [2015]
In:Tillich research
Series/Journal:Tillich research Volume 8
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Tillich, Paul 1886-1965 / Theology / Philosophy / History 1929-1933
B Tillich, Paul 1886-1965 / Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main / History 1929-1933
Further subjects:B Conference program 2014 (Frankfurt am Main)
B Religion, Jewish Studies, Theology
B Kulturtheologie
B Religious philosophy
B Tillich
B Modern Christian Thinkers and Philosophers of Religion
B Tillich, Paul
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Summary:This volume examines the multifaceted origins of Paul Tillich’s “critical theology” during the Frankfurt years (1929–1933) from the perspectives of source and reception history. In this way, it provides a compelling picture of the rich interactions between Tillich and his academic environment as well as the spiritual situation at the University of Frankfurt just before the National Socialist takeover.
ISBN:3110434164
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1515/9783110434163