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Suffering and salvation : the salvific meaning of suffering in the later theology of Edward Schillebeeckx

著者: Aloysius Rego
出版商: Louvain ; Dudley, MA : Peeters ; [Grand Rapids, Mich.] : W.B. Eerdmans, 2006.
丛书: Louvain theological & pastoral monographs, 33.
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"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  再读一些...
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提及的人: Edward Schillebeeckx; Edward Schillebeeckx; Edward Schillebeeckx
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所有的著者/提供者: Aloysius Rego
ISBN: 9042917326 9789042917323 9780802840004 0802840000
OCLC号码: 63164999
描述: xvi, 363 p. ; 22 cm.
内容: Ch. 1. Suffering as an emerging theme in Schillebeeckx's later theology --
Ch. 2. Philosophical influences in Schillebeeckx's later theology --
Ch. 3. Suffering and Schillebeeckx's emerging theological method --
Ch. 4. Suffering in Schillebeeckx's later theology --
Ch. 5. Suffering in some of the major themes in Schillebeeckx's later theology --
Ch. 6. Christology and suffering in Schillebeeckx's later theology --
Ch. 7. Summary and conclusion.
丛书名: Louvain theological & pastoral monographs, 33.
责任: by Aloysius Rego.

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