Sacrifice Unveiled The True Meaning of Christian Sacrifice

ISBN-10: 0567034216
ISBN-13: 9780567034212
Edition: 2009
Authors: Robert J. Daly, Daly
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Book details

Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 280
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Offers a new understaning of sacrifice as a response to love and an entering into the self-giving life of God

Foreword
To Unveil Sacrifice
The Many Meanings of Sacrifice
Secular meaning
General religious meaning
Sacrifice in the Hebrew scriptures
General Christian meaning
Specifically Catholic understanding
Authentic Christian sacrifice
A Trinitarian View of Sacrifice
The self-offering of the Father
The self-offering 'response' of the Son
The self-offering of believers
The Sacrifice of the Mass
Who is doing what?
Who is saying what?
What is taking place?
Conclusion
The Origins and Early Development of the Idea of Christian Sacrifice
Sacrifice in the Ancient World and in the Hebrew Scriptures
Sacrifice in the Ancient World
General Theory of Sacrifice
Sacrifice in the Hebrew Scriptures
The problem and the method
The Sources of the Pentateuch and Source Criticism of the Hebrew Bible
The burnt offering and the divine acceptance of sacrifice
The divine acceptance of sacrifice
The Prophetic Critique of Sacrifice
Sin offering and atonement
The process of atonement
The sin offering
Sacrificial blood
Leviticus 17.11 and the significance of sacrificial blood
Passover
Vicarious suffering and death
Martyrdom
From the Old Testament to the New
The Septuagint
Covenant sacrifice
The passover
The blood of circumcision
Qumran: The community as temple
The Akedah (sacrifice of Isaac)
Clear references to the Akedah in the New Testament
Probable references to the Akedah in the New Testament
Possible references to the Akedah in the New Testament
The Akedah: A full expression of Jewish sacrificial soteriology
Conclusion
Sacrifice in the New Testament
The Synoptic Gospels
The Acts of the Apostles
The Pauline Theology of Sacrifice
The sacrifice of Christ
Christians as the new temple
Sacrifice of (i.e. by) the Christians
The Temple as Community in Qumran and the New Testament
The Epistle to the Hebrews
The sacrifice of Christ the high priest
The sacrifice of/by the Christian
The Gospel and First Letter of John
Temple themes
Sacrificial self-giving
Sin offering and atonement themes
The History-of-Religions Context of 'Worship in Spirit and in Truth'
The Book of Revelation
The throne of God
The lamb
The incense offering
Summary of New Testament Teaching on Christian Sacrifice
Spiritualization and Institutionalization
Spiritualization in the early Church
Institutionalization in the early Church
Sacrifice in the Fathers of the Church
The Early Writings
The Apologists: Justin and Athenagoras
Irenaeus of Lyons
Hippolytus of Rome
The Early Treatises on the Passover
The Second-Century Acts of the Martyrs
The Alexandrian Tradition I: The Antecedents: Philo and Barnabas
Philo of Alexandria
Epistle of Barnabas
The Alexandrian Tradition II: Christianity Coming of Age: Clement and Origen
Clement of Alexandria
Origen: Christian life as sacrifice
Augustine of Hippo
Sacrifice of Christ
Temple themes
Sacrifice by Christians
Conclusion
Conclusion
Atonement and Sacrifice: The Distorting Veils
Paul and Problems with Sacrificial Atonement
Problems
Incarnation and atonement theories
Metaphor and doctrine
Trinitarian Theology
Divine violence
Sacrifice and cult
Legal and judicial thinking
Provisional conclusions
Anselm, Abelard, Aquinas, and Julian of Norwich
Anselm of Canterbury (ca. 1033-1109)
Peter Abelard (1079-1142/3)
Thomas Aquinas (ca. 1225-74)
Julian of Norwich (ca. 1342-after 1416)
The Sacrifice of the Mass
ICEL's EP I translation/adaptation of the Canon Missae
The third anaphora of St. Peter (Sharar)
Commentary on Sharar
Sharar and the Maronite Rite
Conclusion of commentary on Sharar
The prayers of Sarapion
Provisional summary conclusions, with schematic table
Sacrifice and the Reformation
Background medieval problems
Sacrifice and atonement
Loss of contact with the Bible
Loss of contact with the tradition
Lack of a sense of the 'Shape of the Liturgy'
The private Mass
Emphasizing the Christological to the detriment of the ecclesiological
The limitations of a schoolbook theology
Catholic abuses
The reaction of the Reformers
The Catholic reaction against the Protestant reaction
Eucharistic sacrifice and the 'destruction of a victim'
Modern average Catholic theology of the Eucharist
The sixteenth-century antecedents
Theory I
Theory II
Theory III
Theory IV
Bellarmine and the 'modern average Catholic theology of the Eucharist'
From the Aftermath of the Reformation to the Present
Post-Reformation and Modernity: Two Contrasting Poles
Sacrifice among the Writers of Late (Post-Enlightenment) Modernity
Sacrifice in secular modernity
The Christian scene
Distorting mirrors
Comment on the distortions
Moment-of-Consecration Theology
Mass-Stipend Theology: Theology in Transition
Liturgical Renewal and Ecumenism
The Monasteries
Mystery Theology
Odo Casel and mystery theology
Liturgical Conferences, Institutes, Academies, and Societies
A High Point of Restorationism: The New Worship Books
The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy of Vatican II
Liturgical Work in an Ecumenical Context
Sacrifice and Girardian Mimetic Theory: The End of Sacrifice?
General Introduction to Girardian Mimetic Theory
Grand Narratives in a Postmodern Age
Desire
Original Sin as Disordered Desire
Original Sin: A Scientific View
Rene Girard as Christian Theorist
A Phenomenology of Redemption: Imitate the Desire of Jesus
A Post-Scientific Epilogue
Unveiling Sacrifice: A Journey of Discovery
Beginnings
Early Work on Christian Sacrifice
Christian Sacrifice: Liturgical and Phenomenological
The Trinitarian Insight
The Final Turning
The Journey Ahead
Biblical Index
Subject Index
Index of Names

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