Monthly Archives: May 2017

Tillich: the Risk of Faith

Nestled between a few of the sources for our last look at Tillich’s Theology of Culture is a charming little section that Tillich titles “Ontological Certainty and the Risk of Faith.” With sentiments similar to those I’ve echoed elsewhere, Tillich argues against a purely propositional form of faith, in which the content of one’s belief is the preeminent means […]

Tillich: the Theological Character of All Things

Tillich argued that everything is religious, because everything reflects an ultimate concern.