Religion: The Mind & the Heart

One of the surprises of the 20th century has been the renaissance of Protestant theology. Earth, Brunner, Baillie, Bultmann, Cullmann & Co. have kept things lively and dialectical in Europe; in the U.S., Reinhold Niebuhr has made theology exciting. And since World War II. Americans have been increasingly aware of another Protestant theologian: German-born Paul Tillich, University Professor* at Harvard, where he is now beginning his first year, after more than 20 at Manhattan's Union Theological Seminary.

Professor Tillich has published a skillful splicing of theology and depth psychology called The Courage to...

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