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  1. Hello all, I'm wondering if anyone else would be interested in a discussion on The New Being. Paul Tillich was one of the heavy-weight theologians of the 20th century. I think this particular book would be an ideal candidate for a book discussion because it is divided into 23 brief theological meditations. Moreover, the entire volume can be read here online (thanks Karen for the info). Also, it's not available for Kindle but its available in e-book format from Barnes and Noble's website for free. The actual book costs 13.46 on both Amazon and B&N, and available from .01 up used on Amazon. Should be easy enough to find at your local library, as well. So, it's not a difficult book to get one's hands on. What do you think? Peace, Mike
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