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On Resurrection and Eternal Life
Gerhard Lohfink, Translated by Linda M. Maloney
Is the Christian hope for resurrection still alive or has it become tired? How can we talk about the Resurrection today? Gerhard Lohfink takes up the question of death and resurrection in this new boo ...
Soundings in the Christian Tradition and Contemporary Theology
How does the Christian proclamation of salvation in Jesus Christ relate to the lives of the people who suffer most? Does salvation consist entirely of the hope for eternal life with God? How might the ...
On Our Becoming Divine
Bernie Owens, SJ
What we are destined for in Christ and in the communion of saints is beyond what most can even begin to imagine. With the help of St. Paul, St. John of the Cross, St. Ignatius of Loyola, and Teilhard ...
Implications for Theology
What will our resurrected bodies look like? Will we be young or old? Marked by the physical imperfections of our earthly lives? Does this flesh we carry now rise or is it something other? What does ou ...
The Dialogical Theology of Joseph Ratzinger / Benedict XVI
Christopher S. Collins, SJ
From scholarly monographs to papal homilies, Joseph Ratzinger has insisted consistently over decades that Christianity is not a set of ideas to believe or, even less, moral laws to follow. Rather, Chr ...
Salvation in the Bible and in Our Lives
Robert A. Krieg
What does it mean to say that God offers salvation to humanity? What is this salvation, and how can we become more conscious of it in our lives? These are the questions that Robert Krieg faces in Trea ...
Theologian of the Cross
Anthony N.S. Lane
This book offers a complete study of the doctrine of the cross in the writings of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux. Until now, this theologically rich topic has not received the attention it calls for. Anth ...
The Quest for Truth and Meaning
Philosophy begins, Aristotle said, with wonder; it addresses the great questions of life. This process of self-discovery through philosophy leads one to ask questions not only about human existence bu ...
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 ...
Saving Grace in Judaism and Messianic Hope in Christianity
Growing up in an ethnic suburb in Cleveland, Aaron Milavec was an impressionable adolescent whose religious and cultural influences made it natural for him to pity, blame, and despise Jews. All of tha ...
Christian Faith and Human Salvation
Ghislain Lafont, OSB; Translated by John Burkhard, OFM Conv.
From the earliest proclamation of the Gospel to the present, Benedictine theologian Ghislain Lafont traces the development of the Christian faith. In A Theological Journey, now available in this super ...
In his previous book, Problems with Atonement, Stephen Finlan compellingly argues that the doctrine of atonement has been more a stumbling block to a true understanding of the relationship between God ...
Mark J. Boda and Gordon T. Smith, Editors
This collection of essays on the theme of repentance/penitence emerged from an assembly of biblical scholars, systematic theologians, and church historians at the 2003-2004 meetings of the American Ac ...
The Origins of, and Controversy about, the Atonement Doctrine
The origins of atonement are found in Paul's writings. Popular Christian theology has understood them to mean that God demanded a bloody victim to pay for human sin. In Problems with Atonement Stephen ...
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 ...