From: Graham E. Morbey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 27 2003 - 12:25:48 EDT
As a Christian brother you are going to have to take my word for this
anecdote. Professor Robert Knudsen (now deceased) of Westminster
Seminary (Phila.) told this story, probably in 1964. It may have been in
his advanced course on Kierkegaard, but I am not sure. I have a critical
chapter on Tillich in a book called Bringing into Captivity every
Thought: capita selecta in the History of Christian Evaluations of
Non-Christian Philosophy" edit by Jacob Klapwijk, Sander Griffioen and
Gerben Groenewoud. I was pretty much steeped in Tillich studies in those
John W Burgeson wrote:
>>>Years ago a professor of mine once asked Tillich if a camera could
>recorded the Resurrection of Jesus. The curt reply was "no!"... Perhaps
>" Would the camera have recorded the three of them on the road to
>Emmaus?" The answer for Tillich, I believe, is still "no". >>>
>Can you give me a citation on this?
>John Burgeson (Burgy)
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