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Karl Adam : Catholicism in German culture

Author: Robert Anthony Krieg
Publisher: Notre Dame : University of Notre Dame Press, ©1992.
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Karl Adam illuminates the life and work of one of the most highly respected and widely read Catholic theologians of the twentieth century - a theologian who not only influenced such diverse thinkers as Pope Paul VI, Karl Rahner, and Flannery O'Connor, but who also had a tremendous impact on Vatican II.
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Krieg, Robert Anthony, 1946-
Karl Adam.
Notre Dame : University of Notre Dame Press, ©1992
(OCoLC)698034220
Named Person: Karl Adam; Karl Adam; Karl Adam; Karl (Theologe) Adam; Karl Adam
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Anthony Krieg
ISBN: 026801230X 9780268012304
OCLC Number: 26404556
Description: x, 240 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Walter Kasper --
1. The Making of a Theologian (1876-1919). 1. Toward New Forms of Unity. 2.1. On History and Doctrine. 2.2. Reform Catholicism. 2.3. Karl Adam and Reform Catholicism. 3. Karl Adam and the Catholic Tubingen School --
2. In Search of Catholic Identity (1920-1925). 1. Context: Weimar's Turn to Life's "Essence" 2. Text: The Spirit of Catholicism. 3. The Theological Method. 4. Reception: An International Best-Seller. 5. Legacy: Church as Community --
3. Doing Christology "From Below" (1926-1930). 1. Context: The Liturgical Movement. 2. Text: Christ Our Brother. 3. The Theological Method. 4. Reception: Another Best-Seller. 5. Legacy: Regaining Chalcedon's Balance --
4. Using Scripture in Christology (1931-1933). 1. Context: Three Kinds of Interpretation. 2. Text: The Son of God. 3. The Theological Method. 4. Reception: Another Best-Seller. 5. Legacy: Biblical Studies and Christology --
5. Confronted by Nazism (1933-1945). 1.1. Context: The Bishops' Stance in 1933. 1.2. Catholic Scholars' Political Views. 1.3. Text: "Deutsches Volkstum und katholisches Christentum" 2.1. Context: Autumn 1933. 2.2. Text: "Vom gottmenschlichen Erloser" 3. Reception: Nazism against Moderation. 4. Pursuing a Moderate Nationalism, 1934-1939 --
6. Standing Aside (1946-1966). 1. Text: One and Holy. 2. Text: The Christ of Faith. 3. Late Recognition. 4. Karl Adam and American Catholicism. 5. The Death of a Forerunner --
7. Catholic Theology and Neoromanticism. 1. Three Strengths of Adam's Theology. 1.1. The Humanity of Jesus Christ. 1.2. The Community of Christ. 1.3. Figurative Language in Theology. 2. Three Shortcomings of Adam's Theology. 2.1. Exploring the Paschal Mystery. 2.2. Conceptual Clarity in Theology. 2.3. Theology and Nationalism. 3. "Theology for Its Time" --
Karl Adam's Life and Work: A Chronology --
Publications by Karl Adam.
Responsibility: Robert Anthony Krieg.

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