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The theology of freedom : the legacy of Jacques Maritain and Reinhold Niebuhr

Author: John W Cooper
Publisher: Macon, GA : Mercer, ©1985.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cooper, John W. (John Wesley), 1953-
Theology of freedom.
Macon, GA : Mercer, ©1985
(OCoLC)613206832
Named Person: Jacques Maritain; Reinhold Niebuhr; Jacques Maritain; Reinhold Niebuhr; Jacques Maritain; Reinhold Niebuhr; Jacques Maritain; Reinhold Niebuhr
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John W Cooper
ISBN: 0865541728 9780865541726
OCLC Number: 12216255
Description: ix, 185 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface --
Political theology in perspective --
Maritain, Niebuhr, and the western heritage --
The public dialogue of Niebuhr and Maritain --
Outlines of the just society --
Distinctive styles of political theology --
Practical wisdom and realism in politics --
Key interpretative concepts --
Maritain's concept of practical wisdom --
Charity and prudence : Maritain on the virtues --
Maritain's dynamic view of natural law --
Niebuhr's concept of realism --
Justice and love : Niebuhr on the virtues --
Traditional sources of Christian political theory --
The doctrine of the two realms in Christian political theology --
Maritain and Niebuhr on Paul's "powers that be" --
Maritain and Niebuhr on Augustine's "two cities" --
Maritain and Niebuhr on Aquina's "natural law" --
Maritain and Niebuhr on Luther's "two swords" --
Democratic pluralism and human rights --
Order and justice --
Maritain on political society --
Mediating structures and "economic humanism" --
Maritain's concept of human rights --
Niebuhr on political authority --
Pluralism and class conflict --
Niebuhr on capitalism and socialism --
Converging visions of justice --
Two types of political theology --
Maritain's analogic approach --
Niebuhr's paradoxic approach --
Complementary opposites --
Toward an ecumenical political theology --
Appendix --
Three reviews by Reinhold Niebuhr.
Responsibility: by John W. Cooper.

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