The Oxford Handbook of Catholic Theology (inbunden)
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The Oxford Handbook of Catholic Theology

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This Handbook provides an introduction to all the major aspects of Catholic theology. As well as covering basic topics of doctrine and moral theology, the book considers some of Catholic theology's most important sources between 200 and 1870, and all the main movements and developments in Catholic theology since 1870.
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Peter J. Casarella, The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review Lewis Ayres and Medi Ann Volpe have edited an elegant volume of 962 pages that is laudable for its clarity, thematic focus, and, surprisingly, succinctness ... This first edition of the Oxford Handbook is eminently recommendable for anyone entering the field of Catholic theology today and will certainly be a valuable reference work for anyone of any confession who is seeking to become acquainted with the lay of the land.

Daniel Waldow, Newman Studies Journal In conclusion, The Oxford Handbook of Catholic Theology is a valuable theological resource ... the Handbook provides many contextually sensitive, precise, and concise expositions of Catholic doctrine that will help readers to understand what the church teaches on a given topic and what the historical circumstances were that led to the formulation of that teaching.

J. Gresham, CHOICE Ayres (Durham Univ., UK) and Volpe (formerly, Emory Univ. and Durham Univ.) gathered an outstanding group of scholars to contribute to this volume. The 56 essays are divided into two parts. Part 1, "Catholic Teaching," provides an invaluable overview of the content of Catholic belief. ... Part 2, "Modern Catholic Theology," is divided into two subsections. The first, "Sources of Catholic Theology up to Vatican I," begins with essays on key patristic, monastic, and scholastic sources, and subsequent essays carry the history through the first Vatican Council. The second subsection, "Catholic Theology since 1870," provides a well-balanced introduction to contemporary Catholic theology. ... Combining reliable exposition with fresh insights and perspectives, this volume will be valuable to both beginning and advanced scholars.

Gerald O'Collins, The Tablet The Oxford Handbook of Catholic Theology provides an encyclopaedic account of theology, soundly based in the Scriptures and Catholic history. It is a welcome addition to the prestigious series of Oxford Handbooks.

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Lewis Ayres is Professor of Catholic and Historical Theology at Durham University. His published works include Nicaea and Its Legacy (Oxford University Press, 2004) and Augustine and the Trinity (Cambridge University Press, 2010). Medi Ann Volpe has taught at Emory University in the USA and at Cranmer Hall, St John's College Durham in the UK. She is the author of Rethinking Christian Identity: Doctrine and Discipleship (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).


PART I: CATHOLIC TEACHING The Enterprise of Catholic Theology 1: Lewis Ayres: What is Catholic Theology? 2: Matthew Levering: The Scriptures and their Interpretation 3: Balazs Mezei: Faith and Reason 4: William Desmond: Analogy and the Fate of Reason God, the Creation, and the History of Salvation 5: John McDade: Creation and Salvation 6: Thomas Weinandy: The Trinity's Loving Act of Creation 7: Nicholas E. Lombardo OP: Evil, Suffering, and Original Sin 8: Emmanuel Durand OP: Nicholas E Lombardo OP 9: Thomas Weinandy OFM Cap.: The Incarnation 10: Thomas Joseph White OP: The Holy Spirit 11: Paul McPartlan: The Church 12: Emery DeGaal: Our Lady and the Saints 13: Paul O'Callaghan: Eschatology The Sacramental Life 14: David Fagerberg: The Sacramental Life 15: Pamela Jackson: The Liturgy 16: Frederick Bauerschmidt: Eucharist 17: Susan Wood, SCL: Holy Orders 18: David Cloutier: Marriage and Sexuality 19: Daniel Keating: Mission and Evangelization 20: Martin Laird OSA: Prayer Catholic Moral Theology 21: Medi Ann Volpe: Catholic Moral Anthropology 22: Livio Melina: Virtue and Catholic Moral Theology 23: Kevin Flannery, SJ: The Natural Law in Catholic Ethics 24: Joseph Wawrykow: Grace and Justification 25: Jana Bennett: Life and Death 26: David Matzko McCarthy: Catholic Social Teaching 27: Chad Pecknold: Catholic Teaching on Politics and the State PART II: MODERN CATHOLIC THEOLOGY Sources in Catholic Theology up to Vatican I 28: Lewis Ayres: Origen and Augustine 29: Wayne Hankey: Denys and Later Platonic Traditions 30: William Harmless: Monastic Theology 31: John Slotemaker and Ueli Zahnd: Thomas and Scholasticism to 1870 32: Aaron Canty: Bonaventure and the Franciscan Tradition 33: Trent Pomplun: Early Modern Catholic Theology (1500-1700) 34: Rik Van Nieuwenhove: Catholic Piety from the Devotio Moderna to the Legacy of Pierre de Berulle 35: Ulrich L. Lehner: Catholic Theology and the Enlightenment 36: Grant Kaplan and Holly Taylor Coolman: The Development of Doctrine: The Tubingen School and John Henry Newman 37: Christian D. Washburn: The Councils of Trent and Vatican I Catholic Theology Since 1870 38: Francesca Aran Murphy: Thomism 870-1963 39: Serge-Thomas Bonino OP: Thomism from 1962-2012 40: Gabriel Flynn: Ressourcement and Theologies of Communion 41: Declan Marmion: Transcendental Thomisms 42: Kevin Mongrain: Hans Urs von Balthasar 43: David Schindler Jr.: Catholic Personalism up to John Paul II 44: Kimberly Belcher: Sacramental and Liturgical Theology 1900-2000 45: Mary Healey: Biblical Interpretation since Divino afflante spiritu 46: Gavin D 'Costa: The Second Vatican Council 47: Roberto Goizueta: Theologies of Liberation 48: Ian Ker: New Ecclesial Movements and Communities 49: Danielle Nussberger: Catholic Feminist Theology 50: Peter Fritz: Catholic Theology and Heidegger 51: Jose Granados: The Theology of the Body 52: Vimal Tirimanna: Asian Theology 53: Antony Akinwale OP: Catholic Theology in Africa 54: Paul D. Murray: Roman Catholicism and Ecumenism 55: Jaroslav Skira: Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy 56: Michael Barnes, SJ: Catholic Theology and other Religions