MULTIMEDIA LEARNING PLATFORM PAUL TILLICH

Paul Tillich is a Protestant theologian who has dealt with (pop) cultural phenomena throughout his life and has participated in inter-religious and political discourses. A frontier worker. In his theological and philosophical publications, the speech of the unconditioned, his description of life on the borderline, as well as his concept of symbol play a decisive role. How are life and work related? Where do Tillich's core ideas gain relevance today? The multimedia learning platform paultillich.de enables students to independently deal with the life and work of Paul Tillich.

The homepage offers e.g. videos and interviews with professors of theology, links to important publications of Paul Tillich, and with the processing orders offered, lead to a deepening of understanding, reflection and review. For example, social feeds are integrated (currently Instagram and Twitter in the module "What is truth": #truth). Can phenomena be observed here that correlate with theological considerations? The acquired knowledge of Paul Tillich's theology can be reconsidered and reexamined on the basis of everyday phenomena. In addition, attempts at interpreting his crucial assumptions can be made and shared on the homepage via the comment function.

Competency expectations are shown separately for each module offered. Likewise, an assessment of the processing time.


MULTIMEDIA LEARNING PLATFORM PAUL TILLICH

Paul Tillich is a Protestant theologian who has dealt with (pop) cultural phenomena throughout his life and has participated in inter-religious and political discourses. A frontier worker. In his theological and philosophical publications, the speech of the unconditioned, his description of life on the borderline, as well as his concept of symbol play a decisive role.

How are life and work related? Where do Tillich's core ideas gain relevance today?

The multimedia learning platform paultillich.de enables students to independently deal with the life and work of Paul Tillich. The homepage offers e.g. videos and interviews with professors of theology, links to important publications of Paul Tillich and, with the processing orders offered, leads to a deepening of understanding, reflection and review. For example, social feeds are integrated (currently Instagram and Twitter in the module "What is truth": #truth). Can phenomena be observed here that correlate with theological considerations? The acquired knowledge of Paul Tillich's theology can be reconsidered and reexamined on the basis of everyday phenomena. In addition, attempts at interpreting his crucial assumptions can be made and shared on the homepage via the comment function. Competency expectations are shown separately for each module offered. Likewise, an assessment of the processing time.

 

HOW IT WORKS


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HOW IT WORKS


Home1

Choose

Choose a module and make sure you can spend the required time.
Home2

Work

Take your time and work diligently on the module.
Home3

Share

Share your results for discussion with others.
Home4

Discuss

Take part in the discussions and become part of paultillich.de
 

RECENT MODULES


 
  • Tillich as dialogue partner with religions
    This module deals with comparative theology. How can Tillich's understanding of God as "Ground of Being" help to understand and act as a bridge with other religions.
  • Meet Paul Tillich
    Prof. Dr. Dr. Werner Schüßler talks about his first contact with Paul Tillich as the subject of his dissertation and reports on the connection between his biography and the life and works of Paul Tillich.
  • Tillich and German Idealism
    German Idealism is the term used to describe the epoch of German philosophy from Kant to Hegel and to Schelling's late work. The publication of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason (1781) and the death of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1831) are usually regarded as chronological dates.
  • Tillich and Judaism
    This module deals with the letter "The Jewish Question". In the course of the module a Short Story Telling is to be created.

RECENT MODULES


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