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Retrieving the Radical Tillich


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Introduction: The Real Tillich is the Radical Tillich, Russell Re Manning Part I: Tillich's Radical Legacy Chapter 1: A Homage to Paulus, Thomas J. J. Altizer Chapter 2: Paul Tillich and the Death of God: Breaking the Confines of Heaven and Rethinking the Courage to Be, Daniel J. Peterson Chapter 3: God is a Symbol for God: Paul Tillich and the Contours of Any Possible Radical Theology, Richard Grigg Chapter 4: The Nemesis Hex: Mary Daly and the Pirated Proto-Patriarchal Paulus, Christopher D. Rodkey Chapter 5: Parataxis and Theonomy: Tillich and Adorno in Dialogue, Christopher Craig Brittain Chapter 6: Peacemaking on the Boundary, Matthew Lon Weaver Part II: Tillich and Contemporary Radical Theologies Chapter 7: The Irrelevance and Relevance of the Radical, Impure Tillich, Michael Grimshaw Chapter 8: Socialism's Multitude. Tillich's The Socialist Decision & Resisting the U.S. Imperial, Mark Lewis Taylor Chapter 9: Changing Ontotheology. Paul Tillich, Catherine Malabou and the Plastic God, Jeffrey W. Robbins Chapter 10: Can there be a theology of disenchantment? Speculative Realism, Correlationism, and Unbinding the nihil in Tillich, Thomas A. James Chapter 11: Depth and the Void: Tillich and i ek via Schelling, Clayton Crockett Chapter 12: The Critical Project in Schelling, Tillich and Goodchild, Daniel Whistler Chapter 13: Correlating the Death of God. Paul Tillich and Radical Philosophical Atheism, Russell Re Manning

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Thomas J. J. Altizer, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA Daniel J. Peterson, Seattle University, USA Matthew Lon Weaver, Glen Avon Presbyterian Church, USA Christopher C. Brittain, University of Aberdeen, UK Daniel Whistler, Liverpool University, UK Christopher Rodkey, Lebanon Valley College, USA Michael Grimshaw, University of Canterbury, Auckland, NZ Jeffrey W. Robbins, Lebanon Valley College, USA Thomas A. James, Union Presbyterian Seminary, USA Clayton Crockett, University of Central Arkansas, USA Mark Lewis Taylor, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA Richard Grigg, Sacred Heart University, USA


"This book of thirteen chapters and an introduction by Russell Re Manning, is an attempt to explore the nature and identity of the radical Tillich. ... The papers are written for specialists and readers are expected to be familiar with a range of contemporary philosophical movements. ... Russell Re Manning has done much to promote the study of Tillich. ... His chapter and introduction in this book demonstrate the depth of his knowledge of, and engagement with, Tillich." (Graeme Smith, Modern Believing, April, 2016)

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