Priority of Christ Toward a Postliberal Catholicism
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Description: For a long time, Christians have tried to bridge the divide between Christianity and secular liberalism with philosophizing and theologizing. In The Priority of Christ, Father Robert Barron shows that the answer to this debateand the way to move forwardlies in Jesus. Barron transcends the usual liberal/conservative or Protestant/Catholic divides with a postliberal Catholicism that brings the focus back on Jesus as revealed in the New Testament narratives. Barrons classical Catholic post-liberalism will be of interest to a broad audience including not only the academic community but also preachers and general readers interested in entering the dialogue between Catholicism and postliberalism.
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List price: $32.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Brazos Press
Publication date: 6/1/2007
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: The Grandmother, the Misfit, and the One Who Throws Everything Off|
|Jesus as Symbol|
|The Jesus of History|
|Doctrine and Narrativity|
|The Epistemic Priority of Jesus Christ|
|The Scriptural Warrant|
|The Nature of the Christ-Mind|
|The Noncompetitively Transcendent and Coinherent God|
|Thomas and James|
|God as Giver and Lover|
|Augustine, Aquinas, and the Trinity|
|The Display of the Christian Form: Ethics by Means of the Saints|
|Deontologism and Proportionalism|
|Edith Stein: Elevated Courage|
|Therese of Lisieux: Elevated Prudence|
|Katharine Drexel: Elevated Justice|
|Mother Teresa of Calcutta: Elevated Temperance|
|Conclusion: The Moment That Gives the Meaning|