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Paul Tillich (1886–1965) is widely regarded as one of the most influential theologians of the 20th century. By bringing his thought together with the theology and practices of an important contemporary Christian movement, Pentecostalism, this volume provokes active, productive, critical, and creative dialogue with a broad range of theological topics. These essays stimulate robust conversation, engage on common ground regarding the work of the Holy Spirit, and offer significant insights into the universal concerns of Christian theology and Paul Tillich and his legacy.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-viii
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. ix-xii
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  1. Introduction: Why Is the “Correlation” between Paul Tillich and Pentecostal Theology Important, and Who Cares?
  2. Amos Yong
  3. pp. 16-31
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  1. 1. Spiritual Power and Spiritual Presence: The Contemporary Renaissance in Pneumatology in Light of a Dialogue between Pentecostal Theology and Tillich
  2. Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen
  3. pp. 32-44
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  1. 2. Spirit and Nature: Pentecostal Pneumatology in Dialogue with Tillich’s Pneumatological Ontology
  2. Wolfgang Vondey
  3. pp. 45-59
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  1. 3. To the Ground of Being and Beyond: Toward a Pentecostal Engagement with Ontology
  2. Rhys Kuzmi
  3. pp. 60-72
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  1. 4. God as Being and Trinity: Pentecostal-Tillichian Interrogations
  2. Steven M. Studebaker
  3. pp. 73-85
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  1. 5. Tillich’s Picture of Jesus as the Christ: Toward a Theology of the Spirit’s Saving Presence
  2. Terry L. Cross
  3. pp. 86-98
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  1. 6. Spiritual Presence: The Role of Pneumatology in Paul Tillich’s Theology
  2. Frank D. Macchia
  3. pp. 99-115
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  1. 7. Pneumatological Participation: Embodiment, Sacramentality, and the Multidimensional Unity of Life
  2. Andreas Nordlander
  3. pp. 116-129
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  1. 8. Tillich’s Sacramental Spirituality in a New Key: A Feminist Pentecostal Proposal
  2. Lisa P. Stephenson
  3. pp. 130-140
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  1. 9. Political Theology from Tillich to Pentecostalism in Africa
  2. Nimi Wariboko
  3. pp. 141-155
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  1. 10. What Have Pentecostals to Do with “The Religion of the Concrete Spirit”? Tillich’s Theology of Religions in Twenty-First Century Global Renewal Context
  2. Tony Richie
  3. pp. 156-172
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  1. 11. The Demonic from the Protestant Era to the Pentecostal Era: An Intersection of Tillichian and Pentecostal Demonologies and Its Implications
  2. David Bradnick
  3. pp. 173-187
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  1. 12. Eschatology in the Theology of Paul Tillich and the Toronto Blessing: The Ontological and Relational Implications of Love
  2. Peter Althouse
  3. pp. 188-199
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  1. 13. Paul Tillich, Pentecostalism, and the Early Frankfurt School: A Critical Constellation
  2. Pamela Holmes
  3. pp. 200-215
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  1. Responses
  2. pp. 216-217
  1. 14. Socialist Spirit in Tillich, Pentecostalism, and the Neoliberal Demonic Today
  2. Mark Lewis Taylor
  3. pp. 218-242
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  1. 15. A Spirited Encounter: The Promise of Ecstasis and the Constraints of Supranaturalism
  2. John J. Thatamanil
  3. pp. 243-255
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  1. List of Contributors
  2. pp. 256-259
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 260-266
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780253018120
Related ISBN
9780253018021
MARC Record
OCLC
924717832
Pages
266
Launched on MUSE
2015-10-24
Language
English
Open Access
No
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