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Technically, this book is difficult to read and often hard to understand.
The power of being which is manifest in such courage is so great that the gods tremble in fear of it." Paul Tillich, The Courage to Be.
I first read this book in high school, then in seminary, in graduate psychology classes, and several times since then.
Biblical Theology Scholastic Information for the Pragmatic Practitioner. Outstanding Book!Published 2 months ago by Anita Griffin
My book club and I will love reading this book. Thanks for sending it in a timely manner.Published 2 months ago by womenfor Christ
This collection of essays, actually a series of lectures, gives a clear summary of the ideas of one of the great theologians of the 20th Century. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Slips01
It was a bit deep - lots of history of philosophy, but by the end it became more relevant to me.Published 4 months ago by Alice Worman
The best analysis of the relation between our existential being and it's relation to the transcendent by arguably the most brilliant theologian of the past century. Read morePublished 5 months ago by James
This was a gift I gave to a member of my family. I read the book many years ago and found it inspiring. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ellery Green
I am Japanese guy, without Christian tradition.
For me it is very difficult to understand this book.
I gave up for reading half way around.
This book is hard to put down. Tillich's analysis of the human condition inspires us all to live more deliberate and informed lives. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Geoffrey Homan