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Jean Daniélou's doxological humanism : Trinitarian contemplation and humanity's true vocation /

by Nicholas, Marc C, autore .
Publisher: Cambridge : James Clark & Co., 2013Description: 199 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781299717879; 9780227174043.
Contents:
Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright Information; Contents; One: The Split between Theology and Spirituality; Two: History and Prayer; Three: Prayer, Trinity, and Mission; Four: Prayer and the Spiritual Life; Five: The Crisis of Interiority and the Truly Human City; Six: Daniélou's Doxological Humanism; Bibliography; Back Cover.
Summary: Both Ephesians 4:11 and I Corinthians 12:29 attest to the distinctiveness of the roles of pastor and teacher; and Nicholas claims that for the majority of recent history, since the rise of Scholasticism, this distinction has been strictly adhered to. The rise of the Scholastic method within theological discourse radically transformed the way theology was envisioned, from its bases and method to its purpose and sources. This change had a far-reaching effect on theology which would contribute to the discipline's self-understanding. Whereas theology was initially more of a meditation on and expos.
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Bibliogr. p. 163-199.

Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright Information; Contents; One: The Split between Theology and Spirituality; Two: History and Prayer; Three: Prayer, Trinity, and Mission; Four: Prayer and the Spiritual Life; Five: The Crisis of Interiority and the Truly Human City; Six: Daniélou's Doxological Humanism; Bibliography; Back Cover.

Both Ephesians 4:11 and I Corinthians 12:29 attest to the distinctiveness of the roles of pastor and teacher; and Nicholas claims that for the majority of recent history, since the rise of Scholasticism, this distinction has been strictly adhered to. The rise of the Scholastic method within theological discourse radically transformed the way theology was envisioned, from its bases and method to its purpose and sources. This change had a far-reaching effect on theology which would contribute to the discipline's self-understanding. Whereas theology was initially more of a meditation on and expos.

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