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The theological methodology of Bernard Lonergan
The purpose of the present work Is to state and examine the theological methodology of Bernard Lonergan. In seeking to achieve this objective, both his theological and philosophical writings are made use of. The first ...
The irreducibility of guilt in Dostoevsky
Dostoevsky views guilt as a qualitative determination of the person. Guilt's referent is man's personality, his ontological status, and not simply external or conventional judgments. Both the judgment and the chastisement ...
Solidarity with outsiders: The quest for common ground in theological ethics
Definitions of solidarity multiply as religious communities respond to concerns of the marginalized and the oppressed. Roman Catholic social teaching and Sharon Welch's communicative ethics are compared with the communitarian ...
Jesus' parables, language and the common world: A response to Dominic Crossan's theology of story
For the last decade Dominic Crossan has been at the forefront of the movement from an historical to a language-based paradigm for interpretation of the New Testament. Much of his work during this time has addressed the ...