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Christianity divided : Protestant and Roman Catholic theological issues

Author: Daniel Callahan; Heiko Augustinus Oberman; Daniel O'Hanlon
Publisher: New York : Sheed and Ward, ©1961.
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Genre/Form: Comparative studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Callahan; Heiko Augustinus Oberman; Daniel O'Hanlon
OCLC Number: 1040645
Description: xiv, 335 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Part 1. Scripture and tradition --
Ch. 1. Scripture and tradition / Oscar Cullmann --
Ch. 2. Scripture, tradition, and the church: an ecumenical problem / Josef Rupert Geiselmann --
Part 2. The Bible: Hermeneutics --
Ch. 3. The task of New Testament scholarship for the church's proclamation today / Ernst Fuchs --
Ch. 4. The evolution of dogma / A.A. van Ruler --
Ch. 5. The gospels as salvation history / David Michael Stanley --
Part 3. The Church --
Ch. 6. The concept of the church / Karl Barth --
Ch. 7. Catholic ecclesiology in our time / Gustave Weigel --
Part 4. The Sacraments --
Ch. 8. Toward a renewal of the doctrine of transubstantiation / Max Thurian --
Ch. 9. The real presence / Max Thurian --
Ch. 10. Reformation, preaching, and ex opere operato / Heiko A. Oberman --
Ch. 11. The sacraments: an encounter with God / E.H. Schillebeeckx --
Part 5. Justification --
Ch. 12. Justification / T.F. Torrance --
Ch. 13. Justification and sanctification according to the New Testament / Hans Küng.
Responsibility: edited by Daniel J. Callahan, Heiko A. Oberman, Daniel J. O'Hanlon.

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