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Dreaming Innocence in America – Paul Tillich’s Radical Theology of Liberation, Part 3 (Alan Jay Richard)
The following is the final installment of a three-part series. The first installment can be accessed here. The second part can be found here. Dreaming Innocence and “Americans”: the Charrua and Us The circumstances of the development of Tillich’s Systematic Theology and his concept of Dreaming Innocence in particular belong to revolutionary political expectations and […]
From Holistic To In-Between Theology – The Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus, Part 3 (Rode Molla)
The comparison between evangelical Christianity and EOC Christianity is their approach to the language. The Westerners use the mother tongue to translate Christianity to the Oromo and other ethnic groups to be converted to evangelical Christianity. The Amharas use the Amharic language and liturgical language Geez, the liturgical language of the EOC, to evangelize and […]
God And Language, Lecture 6 (Johannes Zachhuber)
The following is the sixth lecture in an eight-lecture series. The most recent one can be found here. I started the last couple of lectures with elaborate explanations of the meaning and the relevance of the topic. This seems less necessary today. That theology as the task of thinking and speaking about God is closely […]