On Sculpting Ivory; The Idea of Nature In a Theology of Culture
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In this essay, the author seeks to understand the way in which a theology of culture can develop an understanding of nature. He begins by giving a definition for a theology of culture, using the work of Paul Tillich. It is in defining, next, what is meant by nature that many of the peculiarities and problems within this subject are discovered. Finally, it is only by looking at the notion of historicality that he finds the answer to the question.