In this classic of religious studies and philosophy, the great Christian existentialist thinker Paul Tillich describes the dilemma of modern man and points a way to the conquest of the problem of anxiety. This edition includes a new introduction by the esteemed theologian Peter J. Gomes that reflects on the impact of this book in the years since it was written."Were I to choose the most significant book in religion published in the second half of the twentieth century, my choice would fall easily upon Paul Tillich'sThe Courage to Be."-Peter J. Gomes"The brilliance, the wealth of illustration, and the aptness of personal application . . . make the reading of these chapters an exciting experience."-W. Norman Pittenger,New York Times Book Review"A lucid and arresting book."-Frances Witherspoon,New York Herald Tribune"Clear, uncluttered thinking and lucid writing mark Mr. Tillich's study as a distinguished and readable one."-American Scholar
Subjects: Philosophy, Religion
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