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The Way of Abraham Joshua Heschel
John C. Merkle
Abraham Joshua Heschel (1907–72) is widely regarded as one of the most creative religious thinkers of the twentieth century, and John Merkle is well known as a leading guide to Heschel's thought. In a ...
Philip A. Egan
This short book offers a survey of recent philosophy and how its different patterns of thought have influenced Catholic theologians. Rooted in the questions raised by Vatican I and the directions poin ...
The Basis of the Christian Life
What is faith? Is it a thing one has or a human activity? What is revelation? Is it a deposit of truths in the past or God’s action in the present? These questions are addressed by renowned religious ...
Three Who Are One
Joseph Bracken, SJ
Drawing on the wisdom and teaching experience of highly respected theologians, the Engaging Theology series builds a firm foundation for graduate study and other ministry formation programs. Each of t ...
A Reflection on the Apostles' Creed
Thomas P. Rausch, SJ
In the spirit of nineteenth-century philosopher John Stuart Mill's admonition to "fully, frequently, and fearlessly" discuss what we profess to be true in order that it remain a "living truth" rather ...
A Guide to Karl Rahner's Theology
Thomas O'Meara, OP
A century has passed since Karl Rahner’s birth, and two decades have passed since his death. Yet this remarkable theologian has left a legacy of wisdom as relevant today as it was during Rahner’s time ...
The Holy Spirit as the Universal Touch and Goal
Kilian McDonnell, O.S.B.
If the Spirit is not equal to the Father and the Son, can the Trinity survive? Is the role of the Spirit in salvation as important as that of the Son? Why was the divinity of the Spirit problematic in ...
From the Book of Job to Modern Genetics
Joseph F. Kelly
The question of evil presents a profound challenge to humanitywhy do we do what we know to be wrong? This is especially a challenge to religious believers. Why doesn't an all-good and omnipotent God ...
John Zizioulas, Elizabeth Johnson, and the Retrieval of the Symbol of the Triune God
Patricia A. Fox, RSM
God as Communion explores ancient and new meanings of the symbol of God as Trinity and brings the Christian traditions of West and East into dialogue. Through an exploration of the works of two contem ...
Toward a Theology of the People of God
Gerhard Lohfink; Linda M. Maloney, Translator
Are not all religions equally close to and equally far from God? Why, then, the Church? Gerhard Lohfink poses these questions with scholarly reliability and on the basis of his own experience of commu ...
Lynne Faber Lorenzen
Where did the Holy Trinity originate as a doctrine? Why did this doctrine develop? How can Christians speak of God as three persons and also worship one God? In The College Student's Introduction to t ...
A Development in Recent Catholic Theology
Something quite extraordinary has happened in Catholic trinitarian theology in the last thirty years or so: the mystery of the Trinity is being approached by reflection on the paschal mystery of Jesus ...
Terry J. Tekippe
Many consider Bernard Lonergan the outstanding Catholic philosopher of the twentieth century, and his Insight: A Study in Human Understanding (1957) is a brilliant but difficult work that has challeng ...
Mary Ann Fatula, OP
Although the triune God is the heart of our faith, not much scholarship exists in recent years regarding it. The very depth of the mystery itself inclines us to silence. Also, feminist critiques of ma ...