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Fallah M M. God in Paul Tillich’s Thought........ پژوهش های مابعدالطبیعی 2020; 1 (1) :95-118
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Paul Tillich is known as one of the prominent contemporary theologians. His reflections on reason, revelation, culture, and Christ had a great impact on theological and philosophical thoughts and have opened up new horizons in theological thinking. From his early works in Germany until his later works in the USA, Tillich had a special notion about God and has engaged with its different dimensions. He attempts to analyses the concept of God in accordance with the new conditions of the world, and through this attempt express his critic to the traditional and contemporary theological thesis about God. In this article, we illustrate Tillich’s notion of God and the implications that lead him toward this kind of encountering the subject under discussion here. Among Tillich’s works, there can be found four terms attributed to God and in this article, we will discover the relationship between these terms. It seems that Tillich’s notion of Gods relies on methodological, ontological, and linguistic foundations which will be reviewed at the starting of this article. Eventually, we will mention the impact of Tillich’s notion of God in his other reflections, especially in the realm of culture.
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Subject: Philosophy
Received: 2020/11/19 | Accepted: 2014/06/15 | Published: 2014/06/15

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