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Witnesses To The Word

Author : Daniel J. Harrington
ISBN : 9780809148202
Genre : Religion
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Vatican II's 1965 Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation (Dei verbum) is the most complete and authoritative statement on biblical interpretation ever issued by the Catholic Church, allowing Catholics to pursue biblical study in its fullness. Drawing on his fifty-year association with New Testament Abstracts, Harrington seeks to explain to a general audience the most important developments in the academic study of the New Testament since Dei verbum. He focuses on six major topics: the complexity involved in interpreting the New Testament, the impact of the Dead Sea scrolls, Jesus as the prophet of God's kingdom, the Evangelists as authors, new perspectives on Paul and Judaism, and the early church in the Roman empire. Book jacket.

The Word Of God At Vatican Ii

Author : Ronald D. Witherup
ISBN : 9780814635810
Genre : Religion
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The Vatican II’s Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation is universally acclaimed as one of the council’s most important documents. Published in 1965 after a long and circuitous route throughout all four years of the council, Dei Verbum sets forth the Catholic Church’s official teaching about divine revelation and the complex interrelationship between Scripture and Tradition. With the approach of the fiftieth anniversary of the constitution, this book—intended for general audiences—summarizes the history and principal teaching of this groundbreaking document. Accompanying the text of The Word of God at Vatican II is a paragraph-by-paragraph commentary and an exploration of the impact the constitution has had in the church’s life. Readers will be amazed at how influential Dei Verbum continues to be, even today.

Apostle Paul

Author : Robert Orlando
ISBN : 9780227904053
Genre : Religion
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The Apostle Paul’s dramatic and much discussed conversion on the road to Damascus radically changed the course of his life – as well as the Christian religion. Can a new narrative, and a new perspective, be brought to this two thousand-year-old story and centuries of critical thought and study? The writer and filmmaker Robert Orlando believes it can. 'Apostle Paul: A Polite Bribe' is a dramatic and challenging book, inspired by his controversial film of the same name. This groundbreaking look at Paul’s life draws on extensive research into Paul’s letters and the book of Acts to reveal his human attitudes and insecurities. Orlando constructs a freshtake onPaul’s life, especially his collection for the Jerusalem church, and proposes that Paul, as one of Christianity’s most celebrated converts, may have needed more than faith and fervor to convince the other apostles to accept his vision of ministry. 'Apostle Paul: A Polite Bribe' illustrates how a vision of promise eventually leads to a hopeless prison cell and, ultimately, a new religion, challenging the traditional perspective and inspiring new thought about one of the best-known founders of the Christian religion.

Receiving The Bible In Faith

Author : David M. Williams
ISBN : 9780813213750
Genre : Religion
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The book should prove helpful to students as an overview of some of the issues involved, while more advanced readers will appreciate its analysis of recent scholars as well the attempt to integrate and adapt their insights.

How Can The Petrine Ministry Be A Service To The Unity Of The Universal Church

Author : James Puglisi
ISBN : 9780802848628
Genre : Religion
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The Primacy And Infallibility of the Pope have long stood as roadblocks to fellowship between the Roman Catholic Church and other church bodies. Now, however, as many churches strive for greater ecumenical rapprochement and ecclesial unity, scholars from a variety of Christian traditions have been exploring together the possibility that church unity may indeed be well served by the ministry of St. Peter. How Can the Petrine Ministry Be a Service to the Unity of the Universal Church? assembles twenty-one forward-looking essays on the papal office by an assortment of theologians, canonists, ecumenists, ecclesiologists, sociologists, and Scripture experts from diverse backgrounds, including Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, Lutheran, Methodist, and Reformed. They examine the conditions under which the papacy might one day be re-received by Christian church bodies worldwide ùnot as an autocratic monarchy but, rather, as the unifying agency for a diverse yet cohesive universal church. James F. Puglisi is Francis Joseph Cardinal Spellman Professor of Catholic Theology at Graduate Theological Foundation in mishawaka, Indiana, and director of the Centro Pro Unione in Rome.

The Family And The Fellowship

Author : Ralph P. Martin
ISBN : 9781579100339
Genre : Religion
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A simply composed yet comprehensive summary of what the New Testament has to say about selected themes of the church and its role in the believer's life.

The Many Marks Of The Church

Author : William Madges
ISBN : 1585955892
Genre : Religion
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This is a refreshing and contemporary take on what makes the Catholic Church Catholic. What ?marks? it as such? In addition to the four traditional ?marks?: one, holy, catholic, and apostolic, Madges and Daley recognize many more. Thus they invited over forty authors and theologians to reflect on additional and contemporary ?marks? such as catechetical, biblical, ecological, charismatic, prayerful, intellectual, and sacramental. Authors include: Diane Bergant, Mary C. Boys, Cardinal Avery Dulles, Robert Ellsberg, Thomas Groome, Thomas J. Gumbleton, and Monika K. Hellwig. Highly recommended for parish leaders and staffs, DREs, catechists, and all parish ministers.

New Testament Abstracts

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ISBN : UCAL:B4401041
Genre : Bible
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How Do Catholics Read The Bible

Author : Daniel J. Harrington
ISBN : 9780742548718
Genre : Religion
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Do Catholics really read the Bible? If so, how do they read it and is there anything unique about their approach? What role does the Bible play in Catholic life, teaching, and culture? As a leading Scripture scholar who also teaches students and preaches to everyday people, Fr. Daniel Harrington, S.J., has made it his life's mission to answer these and many related questions about the Bible and its relationship to Catholic life. Accessibly written, How Do Catholics Read the Bible? blends biblical scholarship with compelling personal anecdotes to equip readers with the tools they need to more fully engage Scripture and the Catholic tradition. With chapters on how the Catholic canon came to be, what the Church teaches about the Bible, appropriate methods for analyzing Scripture passages, and how to incorporate the Bible into everyday life, this book is ideal for individual or group use in parishes and classrooms. Each chapter concludes with questions for reflection and recommendations for further reading.

Modern Catholicism

Author : Adrian Hastings
ISBN : STANFORD:36105035083547
Genre : Political Science
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