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Doran, S.J., Robert M.

The Trinity in History: A Theology of the Divine Missions

Volume Two: Missions, Relations, and Persons

Series:Lonergan Studies 2

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS

    69,95 € / $80.00 / £54.99*

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    Publication Date:
    June 2019
    Copyright year:
    2019
    ISBN
    978-1-4875-3098-3
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    Overview

    Aims and Scope

    Continuing to explore Lonergan’s Trinitarian theology, Volume 2 explores the "Third Quest for the Historical Jesus," a movement strongly influenced by the late Ben F. Meyer of McMaster University.

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    272 pages
    UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS
    Language:
    English
    Keyword(s):
    psychological analogy;systematic theology;trinity;René Girard;mimetic theory;critical-realist hermeneutics;Bernard Lonergan;four-point hypothesis;religion
    Readership:
    College/higher education;Professional and scholarly;

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    Doran, S.J.Robert M.:

    Robert M. Doran is the Emmett Doerr Chair in Catholic Systematic Theology at Marquette University.

    Reviews

    Randall S. Rosenberg, Department of Theological Studies, Saint Louis University:

    "With sound scholarship and sophistication, not only does Robert M. Doran further prove himself to be an authority on Lonergan’s vast theological corpus, but he both initiates and advances important conversations with the work of Charles Taylor, René Girard, and Hans Urs von Balthasar. From the point of view of a systematic theologian, Doran creatively engages, in a quite innovative way, the work of scripture scholars Ben Meyer, among others, while also shedding light on questions that continue to arise about the legacy of Vatican II’s contribution to the church’s engagement with secularity and non-Christian religions in the light of the Council."

    Neil Ormerod, Executive Officer of Research Analytics, Sydney College of Divinity:

    "The Trinity in History, Volume Two pushes the boundaries of a Lonerganian-conceived exercise in systematic theology. This is a profound contribution to theological reflection on how the Trinity is an active presence in human history."

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