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Here is a collection of vibrant essays, from a conference at St. Michael's College in Vermont, that reflects on the past, present, and future of Catholic theology. Contributors include the leading names in scripture and moral and systematic theology:
Dermot Lane on the foundational roles of anthropology, imagination and memory in the performance of Christian theology.
Alice Laffey on the past and present developments in biblical scholarship.
Raymond Collins on the ecumenical progress over the last forty years in the study of the New Testament.
Michael J. Fahey on trends in systematic theology since 1965.
Philip S. Keane on the accomplishments and challenges facing moral theology.
Kevin Irwin on the Christocentric character of liturgical and sacramental theology.
This book will find an appreciative audience among students and teachers of theology, seminarians, and persons looking for challenging reading to better understand their faith.
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Dermot A. Lane is president of Mater Dei Institute of Education in Dublin and serves as parish priest at the Church of the Ascension. He has edited and written several books, including Keeping Hope Alive, The Reality of Jesus, and The Experience of God (all Paulist Press™).
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Book Description Paulist Pr, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110809141140
Book Description Paulist Pr, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0809141140