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Tillich, Paul

Syllabification: Til·lich, Paul
Pronunciation: /ˈtilik
 
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  • (1886–1965), US theologian and philosopher, born in Germany; full name Paul Johannes Tillich. He proposed a form of Christian existentialism, outlining a reconciliation of religion and secular society, as expounded in Systematic Theology (1951–63).

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