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What are they saying about dogma?

Author: William E Reiser
Publisher: New York : Paulist Press, ©1978.
Series: Deus book.
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Reviews the present status of dogma as a category of Roman Catholic theology. Examines and weighs what contemporary thinkers such as Rahner, Kasper, Dulles, Baum and Schillebeeckx have been saying about dogma and its role in the modern religious world. Dogma, historically, is the antithesis of heresy. What dogma affirms, heresy denies. And yet we have come to see that not all religious positions can be summed up  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Reiser, William E.
What are they saying about dogma?
New York : Paulist Press, ©1978
(OCoLC)903236814
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William E Reiser
ISBN: 0809121271 9780809121274
OCLC Number: 4492069
Description: xiv, 86 pages ; 19 cm.
Contents: Development of dogma as a theological question --
The organic view of development --
The historical-critical view of development --
The unfinished business.
Series Title: Deus book.
Responsibility: by William E. Reiser.

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Reviews the present status of dogma as a category of Roman Catholic theology. Examines and weighs what contemporary thinkers such as Rahner, Kasper, Dulles, Baum and Schillebeeckx have been saying about dogma and its role in the modern religious world. Dogma, historically, is the antithesis of heresy. What dogma affirms, heresy denies. And yet we have come to see that not all religious positions can be summed up under those two headings. Believers today are able to appreciate the nature of the dynamics of pluralism. Dogma in the twentieth century must be sensitive to a legitimate variety of viewpoints among Christians who attempt to come to grips with religious faith.

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