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The main product of the course should be a research paper involving close reading and critique of one aspect of Tillich’s ST. The paper should be about 3,000 words for TT832 students and 5,000 words for TT932 students. This paper will earn the largest share of the grade (60%), with the remainder being based on quality of participation, reading responses, seminar contributions, and web site contributions (40%). Incompletes are not allowed—except when they are. Paperwork is necessary. Plagiarism is not allowed—ever. Know the rules.
Tillich, Paul. Systematic Theology, vols. 1-3. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [Vol. 1: 0226803376 (1951); vol. 2: 0226803384 (1957); vol. 3: 0226803392 (1963)]
Church, F. Forreseter. The Essential Tillich. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [0020189206; reprint of 1987 Collier edition]
Pauck, Wilhelm and Marion. Paul Tillich: His Life and Thought. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1989. [006066469X]
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