Author Archives: Joshua Parker

Tillich: Buber, Religious Socialism, and Protestant Community

Organic and institutional socialism is a result of Christian community that functions according to Buber’s I-Thou.

Tillich: A Moralism of Justice vs. a Morality of Love

Love is the perfection of justice.

Tillich: The Significance of the Existential Philosophy

Why should you care about existentialism? Tillich has some ideas.

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.

notanotherbibliophile

Amauter book reviewer, reviewing books from her own obsessive collection

EPISTOLÊ

"Theology is poetry concerning God." ~Petrarch

the way of improvement leads home

reflections at the intersection of American history, religion, politics, and academic life

Sanctus Jacobus

Cybernetic Monasticm

The Poor In Spirit

Postmodern theologizing and philosophizing

The PostBarthian

Postmodern theologizing and philosophizing

Karl Barth for Dummies

Barth made better

Hellenistic Christendom

Philosophy for Understanding Theology

The Christian Egoist

Rational Christianity - For those who love their lives

Sean Edwards

The American Resurrection

Jacob Siegel

writing & other bloodsports

Hye Sung Francis

The blog of a pentecostal Quaker