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Peacemaking on the Boundary

  • Matthew Lon Weaver
Part of the Radical Theologies book series (RADT)

Abstract

The concept of boundaries brings a range of images to mind, depending upon our life experiences. One set of pictures that arises is that of backyard fences or the absence thereof. My parents evolved from a mere decorative fence that would keep no one and no critter out of their yard to one that utterly isolated the yard from the outside world but where my mother created a mini floral paradise with her deft gardening skills.

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German Nation Religious Socialism Systematic Theology America Speech Boundary Perspective 
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Notes

  1. 20.
    Paul Tillich, “‘Boundaries,’ 1962 Frankfurt Peace Prize Address.” In Theology of Peace, ed. Ronald H. Stone (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox, 1990), 162–173 and Paul Tillich, “Kairos and Utopia” (Rauschenbusch Lectures, 1959, Paul Tillich Archive, Box 408:026.Google Scholar
  2. 22.
    See An meine deutschen Freunde: Die politischen Reden Paul Tillichs während des Zweiten Weltkriegs über die Stimme Amerikas [1942–1944]. Vol. 3 of Ergänzungs- und Nachlassbände zu den Gesammelten Werken von Paul Tillich. Stuttgart: Evangelisches Verlagswerk, 1973; Against the Third Reich: Paul Tillich’s Wartime Radio Broadcasts into Nazi Germany. 1942–1944, trans. Matthew Lon Weaver (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1998). Paul Tillich, Voice of America Speeches, (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Divinity School, 1942–1944), Paul Tillich Archive, Boxes 602A, 602B, 603A 603B, and 604.Google Scholar
  3. 43.
    Paul Tillich, “Die Philosophie der Macht,” 1956, in Die Religiöse Substanz der Kultur: Schrifen zur Theologie der Kultur, vol. 9 of Gesammelte Werke, ed. Renate Albrecht (Stuttgart: Evangelisches Verlagswerk, 1967), 208, 209.Google Scholar
  4. 47.
    Paul Tillich, “Protestantische Vision. Katholische Substanz, Protestantische Prinzip, Sozialistische Entscheidung” (Vortrag, gehalten am 8 Juli 1951 im Robert-Schumann-Saal zu Dusseldorf) (Dusseldorf: Schriftenreihe des Evangelischen Arbeitsausschlusses Dusseldorf 3, 1951).Google Scholar
  5. Paul Tillich Archive, Box 4827, A1, #26. 7. 48. Tillich, “By What Authority?” The New Being (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1955), 90.Google Scholar

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