Two concepts of religion with Dr. Tillich

Oct 6th, 2015
Price: $20 USD

Question description

I want you to work on developing a better understanding of Dr. Paul Tillich's concept of Ultimate Concern. This is a relatively complicated and confusing topic, and in many ways, understanding it well will help you with your final complete essay. 

Please take a look at this interview with Dr. Tillich. Pay specific attention to the sections called "Two concepts of religion" and "what is 'ultimate concern.' You may find some limited benefit from the sources listed under the complete assignment, but I’d much prefer that you consider Tillich’s own words for this assignment.

I'd like you to define "Ultimate Concern," as Dr. Tillich uses it, as completely as possible (your post should be around 200 words). 

In your interaction with these posts, I'd like you to try to help each other clarify your understanding of the confusing concept. You can do this by bringing up passages from the dialogue, by comparing your own understanding with your colleagues, or by asking questions. 

Must use your own words and use correct grammar

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