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Paul Tillich Quotes

Paul Tillich Quotes & Quotations
Name:
Paul Tillich
Type:
Theologian
Nationality:
German
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    Astonishment is the root of philosophy. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Being religious means asking passionately the question of the meaning of our existence and being willing to receive answers, even if the answers hurt. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Boredom is rage spread thin. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Cruelty towards others is always also cruelty towards ourselves. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Decision is a risk rooted in the courage of being free. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Doubt is not the opposite of faith; it is one element of faith. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Doubt isn't the opposite of faith; it is an element of faith. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Faith is an act of a finite being who is grasped by, and turned to, the infinite. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    He who risks and fails can be forgiven. He who never risks and never fails is a failure in his whole being. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    I hope for the day when everyone can speak again of God without embarrassment. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    If my tongue were trained to measures, I would sing a stirring song. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Loneliness expresses the pain of being alone and solitude expresses the glory of being alone. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Man is asked to make of himself what he is supposed to become to fulfill his destiny. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Man's ultimate concern must be expressed symbolically, because symbolic language alone is able to express the ultimate. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Our language has wisely sensed the two sides of being alone. It has created the word loneliness to express the pain of being alone. And it has created the word solitude to express the glory of being alone. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    Religion is the state of being grasped by an ultimate concern, a concern which qualifies all other concerns as preliminary and which itself contains the answer to the question of a meaning of our life. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    The first duty of love is to listen. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    There is no love which does not become help. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich
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    We can speak without voice to the trees and the clouds and the waves of the sea. Without words they respond through the rustling of leaves and the moving of clouds and the murmuring of the sea. Paul_TillichPaul Tillich