The 'Kairos' of Paul Tillich

The 'Kairos' of Paul Tillich

the clergy is not only justified but necessary. Black churchmen are a good example, Reichley says. They championed civil rights during the early 1960s, when secular black leaders were scarce. However, he be- lieves that their politicalactivity should fade as secular blacks gain influence in Washington. --
Excessive meddling in civil affairs threatens a cl~urch's standing as a moral arbiter, transforming its leaders into just another advocacy group. And raising the emotional pitch of debates about...

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