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Ratzinger's faith : the theology of Pope Benedict XVI

Author: Tracey Rowland
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2008.
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This volume situates the thought of Benedict XVI within the intellectual history and academic circles of his time, exploring topics such as the interpretations of the Second Vatican Council, Benedict's relations with other important scholars and theologians, and his attitudes on moral and political theology, western culture, the structure of the Catholic Church, liturgy, and love. It is a common observation that  Read more...
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Rowland, Tracey, 1963-
Ratzinger's faith.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2008
(DLC) 2007036907
(OCoLC)171151785
Named Person: Benedict, Pope; Benedict, Pope.; Benedict, Pope
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tracey Rowland
ISBN: 9780191525858 0191525855 0199207402 9780199207404
OCLC Number: 236382642
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 214 pages)
Contents: Ratzinger and contemporary theological circles --
Gaudium et spes and the importance of Christ --
Revelation, Scripture, and tradition --
Beyond moralism : God is love --
The structure of the communion --
Modernity and the politics of the West --
Liturgy since Vatican II.
Responsibility: Tracey Rowland.
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The first book to examine in detail the theological vision of Pope Benedict XVI. Rowland assesses his attitudes on moral theology, western culture, the liturgy and structure of the Catholic Church;  Read more...

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Benedict/Ratzinger has shown himself to be more conciliatory in his leadership than many had exoected. Tracey Rowland's study, written for readers who are not necessarily theologians, helps us Read more...

 
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