Paul Tillich and His System of Paradoxical Correlation: Forging a New Way for Science and Theology Relations

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, May 5, 2020 - Religion - 180 pages
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This book shows the paradoxical mode by which Christians keep their faith in the Christian message as they relate with science. It reveals how Paul Tillich’s method of correlation helps us to understand how Christians interact with science without necessarily conflicting, separating, and dialoguing, and synthesizing with each other. It rules out natural theology but provides a non-eclectic theology of nature that frees Christians to be involved in science meaningfully and without undermining their faith.
 

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Contents

Paul Tillichs Life Paradox and System of the Sciences
12
The Structure of the Method of Paradoxical
45
Science and Theology Relations in the Harmony
82
Paradoxical Correlation as New Way of Science
112
Conclusion
142
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Charles Amarkwei is Lecturer of Systematic Theology at the Trinity Theological Seminary, Legon, Ghana. He is also minister of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana. His interest is faith interpretation in the context of the world today and in particular Africa.

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