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(provisional)

Monday 14th July

14:00 – 14:45 Registration at Ertegun House

15:00 Introduction and Information

15:15 – 16:45 Marc Boss: Which Kant? Whose Idealism? Paul Tillich’s Philosophical Training Reappraised

16:45 Coffee break

17:00 – 18:30 Douglas Hedley: Tillich and Participation

19:00 Dinner at St. Benet’s Hall

Including: ‘Tillich: an artist’s perspective’, with Richard Parry and Chris Glynn. {pdf}

Tuesday 15th July
09:00 – 10:30 Panel Sessions

TILLICH AND PHILOSOPHY TILLICH ON RELIGION
Gorazd Andrejč: Reading Wittgenstein (on Belief) with Tillich (on Doubt) {pdf} Carolien Sieverink: An anthropological-theological reading of Tillich. An application of the anthropological theory of religion to the pneumatology of Tillich. {pdf}
Kate Kirkpatrick: Answering Sartre: Paul Tillich and ‘The Socrates of Nothingness’ {pdf} Sven Ensminger: Kairos, History and Religion – Some Insights in Tillich’s Understanding of Revelation in Dialogue with Karl Barth {pdf}
Julia Meszaros: Tillich’s account of love: Re-visiting ‘selfless love’ {pdf} Robert Meditz: Two Forms of Dialectic within Tillich’s History of Religion {pdf}

10:30 Coffee break

11:00 – 12:30 Panel Sessions

CORRELATION REVISITED TILLICH APPLIED
Marijn De Jong & Ulrich Schmiedel: Compromised Correlations. Paul Tillich’s Concept of Correlation Revisited {pdf} Andrew O’Neill: The Ecclesia crucis: Tillich, theology of the Cross, and the future of the Church {pdf}
Fr. Demetrios Bathrellos: Method of Correlation and Neo-patristic Synthesis: Paul Tillich and Georges Florovsky on Theological Method {pdf} Devan Stahl: The Need for Paul Tillich’s Method in Theological Bioethics {pdf}
Daniel Plant: Tillichian Transcendentalism or the Salvation of Particularity? {pdf} Matthew Lon Weaver: Tillich on Place, Boundary and Pedagogy {pdf}

12:30 Lunch at St Benet’s Hall

14:00 – 15:30 Anne Marie Reijnen: Is Green the Colour of our Salvation? Redemption, “Nature” and the Cosmos: Eco-theology and the Legacy of Tillich. {pdf}

15:30 Coffee break

16:00 – 17:00 Panel Sessions

TILLICH AND RELIGIONS TILLICH AND THE LIFE OF FAITH
Ankur Barua: Paul Tillich, Being-Itself and the Structure of Vedantic Panentheism {pdf} Alexander Blondeau: Paul Tillich, Salvation, and Big, Unnecessary, Crazy, Travel Adventure {pdf}
Ivan Hon: Tillich’s Thoughts and New Confucians’ Arguments on the Religiousness of Confucianism {pdf} Stefan Jäger: Paul Tillich and the “Dark Night of Faith” as mystical experience {pdf}

17:00 Short break

17:05 – 18:35 Reinhold Bernhardt: “One can distinguish two ways of approaching God: the way of overcoming estrangement and the way of meeting a stranger.” Paul Tillich’s engagement with Buddhism.

18:35-18:45 Closing remarks and notice about publication opportunities.

19:30 Drinks reception


And for those who have booked:

19:30 Dinner at St Benet’s Hall with Dinner Speech by Christoph Schwöbel


You may download a copy of the programme here.

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