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    • An Analysis of The Church of the Saviour in Washington, D.C. Using the Theological Criteria Developed by Paul Tillich 

      Geist, Christine Lynn (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1967)
      This paper is based on an eight week study of the Church of the Saviour in Washington, D.C. In it I have attempted to discover the source of the dynamic life of this church. The observations made during that period ...
    • An Analysis of the Demonic 

      Mohney, Marvin (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1975)
      The reasons behind my choosing "An Analysis of the Demonic" as subject of my S.I.P. research were varied. Undoubtedly, I was strongly influenced by the presentation of the late Dr. Daniel Day Williams at the Kalamazoo ...
    • The Approach to the Bible in the Eastern Orthodox Church 

      Fisher, Allan (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1965)
      The author explores the Eastern Orthodox Church through both classical and contemporary Biblical exegisis and through its liturgy.
    • H. Richard Niebuhr: A Theory of the Church 

      Lester, David F. (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1969)
      In the following discussion I have attempted to enter into the thought of Richard Niebuhr as it is presented in five of his works and to present it as faithfully as I could. I can only hope that the beliefs and ideas ...
    • A Healing Experience 

      Moore, Janet (1980)
      At the end of the fall quarter, I was inspired to do two things: to continue my study of Paul Tillich's theology, and to write poetry. These two rather diverse interests were drawn together in several ways. For throughout ...
    • Human Wholeness: Its Loss and Recovery 

      Gatlin, Dallas (1977)
      Man yearns for a sense of completeness, integrity, and well being; an awareness that he is fulfilling his human destiny. He sometimes experiences this "wholeness" in moments when life seems full of purpose, when he feels ...
    • Lives That Are Lived with God: Fiction for a Religious Understanding 

      Dean, Jason (1982)
      In our secular age the struggle for justice has been isolated from an acknowledgment of the presence of God. At the same time, thought about God has been disjoined from history. I do not think that these are ...
    • Pascal's Theology as Seen in the "Pensees" and the "Provincial Letters" 

      Vogt, Susan (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1971)
    • The Reality of the Sacred in the Understanding of Mircea Eliade and Teilhard de Chardin 

      Orr, Lauren (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1970)
      lt is the purpose of th1s paper to discuss and compare the answers each of these men has found for the predicament of modern man and to examine to what extent each has truly encompassed the heart of Christianity.
    • The Role of Symbolism in the Thought of Alfred North Whitehead 

      Wingard, Marcia Jean (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1968)
      In order to explicate the nature and function of symbolism so as to make possible more effective and intelligent use of it, I have undertaken a systematic presentation of the doctrine of symbolism of Alfred North ...
    • The Systematic Theology of Paul Tillich and His Doctrine of the Church 

      Owens, Paul (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1986)
      The main purpose of this paper is to examine Paul Tillich's doctrine of the church. However, understanding his doctrine of the church is not possible without first understanding his systematic theology as a whole and his ...
    • The Theology of Paul Tillich in Relation to Contemporary Church Architecture 

      Heming, Barbara (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1966-01)
      To show how the theology of Paul Tillich relates to modern church architecture, this paper will be divided into four main sections. In the first, theology and culture will be discussed. Religion, as Tillich refers to ...
    • Three Contemporary Positions on the Christian Attitude toward Non-Christian Religions 

      Spiro, Carol Maurine, 1946-2015 (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1968)
      For all practical purposes the majority of this paper concerns an examination rather than an evaluation of three well-known authors. My reaction appears hopefully only in the third section, but I would add that my conclusions ...