The Protestant Era Paul Tillich

ISBN: 9780226803425

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The Protestant Era  by  Paul Tillich

The Protestant Era by Paul Tillich
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What is wrong with Christian civilization? Does Protestantism need a reformation? Paul Tillich ses the end of the Protestant era approaching - with the rise of technology and dehumanization - yet he argues for the continuing validity of ProtestantMoreWhat is wrong with Christian civilization? Does Protestantism need a reformation? Paul Tillich ses the end of the Protestant era approaching - with the rise of technology and dehumanization - yet he argues for the continuing validity of Protestant principles in the affairs of mankind.Even if the modern world is witnessing the decline and fall of Protestantisms greatest historical age, a new spiritual and social reformation can take place, using the original prophetic and creative power that lies at the heart of Protestant thinking and action.Tillich calls for the shaping of a new philosophy of history and culture to face the disasters of secularism and calls for a realization that Protestantism is not limited to any particular historical period but can always find new forms of expression to serve church and society.

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