Events of Interest


The NAPTS 2016 Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the North American Paul Tillich Society will take place in San Antonio, Texas, on Friday, November 18th and Saturday, November 19th, 2016. The meeting will be held in conjunction with the AAR & SBL Annual Meetings, November 19–22, 2016. See details here.


Tillich Jahrbuch - July 31 deadline for proposals June 29, 2016

In the first volume of his Systematic Theology, Tillich describes his method of correlation as “a way of uniting message and situation.” He expresses a hope that both theologians and nontheological thinkers after him will find that this method helped them “understand the Christian message as the answer to the questions implied in their own and in every human situation.” (p. 8) Scholarly focus on this method in the next Tillich Jahrbuch can include 1) discussion of to what extent earlier Tillich writings incorporated this method 2) to what extent he truly follows it in his own writings, 3) assessing the influence and incorporation of this method by contemporary thinkers, and 4) evaluating its effectiveness for addressing religious issues today.

Proposals (1–2 pages double-spaced) should be sent to Mary Ann Stenger at masten01@louisville.edu or masten01@gmail.com by July 31, 2016.


Paul Tillich Park April 18, 2016

Please see the attached information about the rededication of Paul Tillich Park in New Harmony, Indiana, May 14 2016. Society members who live nearby may wish to attend.

Details here.


Call for Papers February 19, 2016

For the 2016 North American Paul Tillich Society meeting we seek papers or panel proposals related to any of the following topics:

  • A Tale of Two Pauls
  • Tillich and Political Theology
  • Interreligious Dialogue

See details here