RT Book, Whole DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 63164999 LA English T1 Suffering and salvation : the salvific meaning of suffering in the later theology of Edward Schillebeeckx A1 Rego, Aloysius., PB Peeters ; W.B. Eerdmans PP Louvain; Dudley, MA; [Grand Rapids, Mich.] YR 2006 SN 9042917326 9789042917323 9780802840004 0802840000 AB "Suffering, especially that of the innocent and those unjustly treated, is a universal experience which has perplexed and agonised humanity. This reality is especially a challenge to believers in an all powerful, good and loving God. Within the Christian tradition in particular, because of the centrality of the cross and the crucified and risen One, them has been a tradition which has hallowed suffering. In this perspective suffering per se, whatever its origin, is mystified as a necessary prelude to salvation." "Is suffering salvific? Are all experiences of suffering saving? What is God's attitude and involvement with suffering? In this work, these questions are explored through the lens of Edward Schillebeeckx's later theology which is primarily concerned with the development of a contemporary soteriology."--Jacket.