Academic Programs 

Major Religious Figures: Paul Tillich (TH-676)
  Fall 2005

Paul Tillich was a creative and influential Protestant theologian in the 20th century and his work is one of the most commonly traveled routes between traditional Christian doctrine and theological reflection in the 21st century.  In this course we will read through his three volume Systematic Theology and reflect on the task he has undertaken to relate Christian doctrines of God, creation, humanity, Christ, and salvation in a coherent way to the best interpretations of life that can be found in other fields of inquiry (art, philosophy, history, economics, etc.). 


Meeting Day, Time and Dates: 
Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to 9:20 p.m., beginning September 14  

Kelton Cobb
Professor of Theology and Ethics  

Contact Information:
(860) 509-9500


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