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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Hollon, Bryan C.
Everything is sacred : spiritual exegesis in the political theology of Henri de Lubac.
Cambridge, England : James Clarke & Co, 2010, ©2009
x, 214 pages
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Bryan C Hollon
|Description:||1 online resource (220 pages).|
|Contents:||Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright information; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Part 1 Secular Politics and Sacramental Ecclesiology; Chapter 1: Henri de Lubac and the "New Theology"; Chapter 2: Atheist Humanism and Neoscholasticism: The Background of de Lubac's Work; Chapter 3: Catholicism and Corpus Mysticum: The Political Implications of a Sacramental Ecclesiology; Part 2 The Politics of Spiritual Exegesis; Chapter 4: From Scientific Theology to Spiritual Exegesis: The Controversy over Practicing Theology in History. Chapter 5: Postliberalism and Radical Orthodoxy: In Search of a Participatory Christological HermeneuticChapter 6: Mystical Christology: Spiritual Exegesis at the Center of de Lubac's Ressourcement; Chapter 7: Political Witness and the Future of Spiritual Exegesis; Bibliography; Back Cover.|
|Series Title:||Theopolitical visions, 3.|
|Responsibility:||Bryan C. Hollon.|
Theology May/June 2011 ...there is some very valuable and incisive insight throughout the thesis...a welcome volumeA" "Hollon (theology, Malone College, Ohio) has revised his 2006 doctoral