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New horizon: theological essays.

Author: Gregory Baum
Publisher: New York, Paulist Press [1972]
Series: Deus books.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Since the Second Vatican Council, the Catholic Church has experienced the birth of a new humanism which defines man primarily in the light of his responsibilities -- responsibilities toward his fellowmen and toward history. This, says the author, is the new horizon which the Catholic theologian faces today. The essays in this book demonstrate how the challenge is being met, and how it will be met in coming years.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gregory Baum
OCLC Number: 315168
Notes: "The articles [were] for the most part previously published in The Ecumenist."
Description: viii, 152 pages 18 cm.
Series Title: Deus books.

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Since the Second Vatican Council, the Catholic Church has experienced the birth of a new humanism which defines man primarily in the light of his responsibilities -- responsibilities toward his fellowmen and toward history. This, says the author, is the new horizon which the Catholic theologian faces today. The essays in this book demonstrate how the challenge is being met, and how it will be met in coming years. They consider topics such as infallibility, the Bible, the direction and structure of theology, prayer, world religions, and the developing theological consensus.

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