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Everything is sacred : spiritual exegesis in the political theology of Henri de Lubac

Author: Bryan C Hollon
Publisher: Eugene, OR : Cascade Books, ©2009.
Series: Theopolitical visions, 3.
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It is well known that Henri de Lubac's groundbreaking and highly controversial work on nature and grace had important implications for the Church's relationship to culture and was intended to remove a philosophical obstacle hindering Catholicism's faithful engagement with the secular world. This book addresses a too-often-neglected dimension of de Lubac's theological renewal by examining the centrality and  Read more...
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Named Person: Henri de Lubac; Henri de Lubac; Henri de Lubac
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bryan C Hollon
ISBN: 9781556358579 1556358571
OCLC Number: 277016848
Description: x, 214 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Henri de Lubac and the "new theology" --
Atheist humanism and neoscholasticism: the background of de Lubac's work --
Catholicism and Corpus mysticum: the political implications of a sacramental ecclesiology --
From scientific theology to spiritual exegesis: the controversy over practicing theology in history --
Postliberalism and radical orthodoxy: in search of a participatory christological hermeneutic --
Mystical christology: spiritual exegesis at the center of de Lubac's ressourcement --
Political witness and the future of spiritual exegesis.
Series Title: Theopolitical visions, 3.
Responsibility: Bryan C. Hollon.

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It is well known that Henri de Lubac's groundbreaking and highly controversial work on nature and grace had important implications for the Church's relationship to culture and was intended to remove a philosophical obstacle hindering Catholicism's faithful engagement with the secular world. This book addresses a too-often-neglected dimension of de Lubac's theological renewal by examining the centrality and indispensability of spiritual exegesis in his oeuvre and making explicit its social and political significance for the Church's worship and witness. In addition to exploring the historical and ecclesial context within which he worked, the current work brings de Lubac into a critical engagement with the more recent theological movements of postliberalism and Radical Orthodoxy in order to demonstrate the enduring significance of his theological vision.

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