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Deification and grace

Author: Daniel A Keating
Publisher: Naples, FL : Sapientia Press, ©2007.
Series: Introductions to Catholic doctrine.
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"The doctrine of deification came under challenge during the Reformation. Likewise, Orthodox Christians have sometimes charged that Roman Catholic teachings on deification lack coherence. In light of these divisions, Daniel Keating eloquently explores biblical and patristic testimony to deification and provides a sure guide into its mysteries. Human beings come to share in the Trinitarian life, without blurring the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel A Keating
ISBN: 1932589376 9781932589375
OCLC Number: 170968914
Description: ix, 142 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: The topic of Christian deification --
The graced exchange: redeemed humanity in Christ --
Receiving the divine life --
Transformed into His image --
Partakers of the divine nature --
Conclusion: the warrant for Christian deification.
Series Title: Introductions to Catholic doctrine.
Responsibility: Daniel A. Keating.

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"The doctrine of deification came under challenge during the Reformation. Likewise, Orthodox Christians have sometimes charged that Roman Catholic teachings on deification lack coherence. In light of these divisions, Daniel Keating eloquently explores biblical and patristic testimony to deification and provides a sure guide into its mysteries. Human beings come to share in the Trinitarian life, without blurring the distinction between Creator and creature. Along the way Keating treats us to choice quotations from Thomas Aquinas, Gregory Palamas, Calvin, Wesley, Newman, von Balthasar, and others who attest to the shared inheritance of this fundamental truth of faith."--Publisher's description.

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