The Original Greek New Testament

Paul Tillich, Justification by Faith Alone, Sacraments, Papal Infallibility, Jansenism

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — Justification by Faith Alone. Sacraments. Papal Infallibility. Jansenism. — I started to show the development of the Roman church from the period of the Reformation to the present, ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Pre-Reformers, the Counter-Reformation, Council of Trent

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — Pre-Reformers, the Counter-Reformation. Council of Trent. — We discussed yesterday the movements which somehow prepare the Reformation, I gave you some ideas about the meaning of ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Ethical Teachings (Aquinas), Nominalism (Wm Occam), German mysticism (Eckhart)

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — Ethical Teachings (Aquinas). Nominalism (Wm. Occam). German mysticism (Eckhart). — The problem we left unfinished in the week before last was the ethical teachings of Thomas Aquinas. ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Pelagius and Aquinas

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — Pelagius and Aquinas — I don’t know whether I really spoke in a very negative way about Pelagius. I said that he was in the Greek tradition, the ordinary Greek tradition, that ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Medieval Theology, Thomas Aquinas and Duns Scotus

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — Medieval Theology. Thomas Aquinas and Duns Scotus. — We must now go into the main problems of the medieval development. I just finished yesterday by saying that the conf lict between ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Thirteenth Century: Joachim di Fiore, Franciscan theology, Dominic

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — Thirteenth Century: Joachim di Fiore, Franciscan theology, Dominic. — The last lecture dealt with Hugh of St. Victor and the sacramental interpretation of reality which we have found ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Abelard, Bernard of Clairvaux, Mysticism

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — Abelard. Bernard of Clairvaux. Mysticism. — We discussed Anselm of Canterbury as a typically theonomous thinker, theonomous in the sense that he does not crush reason by heteronomous ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Anselm and His Arguments

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — Anselm and His Arguments — After the general discussion of the Middle Ages, we now come to two men in the 12th century, in that period which I have described as the beginning of the ... Read More | Share

Paul Tillich, Medieval Period (continued)

Paul Tillich, History Of Christian Thought — Medieval Period (continued) — The Seven Religious Forces: Hierarchy Monasticism Sectarianism The Lay Movements The Great Individuals The Popular Superstitions The Experience of the ... Read More | Share