Fede E Giustificazione

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Description : La caratteristica dominante degli studi su Lutero apparsi nell'ultimo cinquantennio, e data dalla persistente e approfondita investigazione delle prime opere del riformatore, conosciute come Initia theologiae Lutheri. Fattore determinante e al tempo stesso condizione indispensabile per questo fenomeno e stata la pubblicazione delle prime opere di Lutero, in particolare dei Dictata super Psalterium e del Commentario sull'Epistola ai Romani. Se oggi si parla di una Rinascita Luterana o di una nuova epoca nella ricerca luterologica, cio si deve al fatto che queste prime opere hanno prestato agli studiosi nuovo materiale per il loro approfondimento del pensiero di Lutero. L'onore di aver inaugurato questa epoca viene attribuito a Karl Holl. La sua opera e caratterizzata dall'uso sistematico delle opere del primo Lutero; egli crede di ritrovare non solo nel Commentario sull'epistola ai romani, ma anche nello stesso Commentario sui Salmi, tutto il Luterio posteriore, a partire dallla stessa dottrina della giustificazione, la quale rivivrebbe qui nella freschezza e immediatezza proprie delle prime intuizioni. Con questi concetti egli polemizza contro il Denifle, il quale vedeva nascere la nuova dottrina soltanto con il Commentario sull'epistola ai Romani, e dava invece un giudizio di sostanziale cattolicita sul Commentario esegetico al Salterio. Per Holl cio significa che il Denifle, seguito in questo dal Grisar, non avrebbe degnato questa importante opera di niente piu che uno sguardo fugace e superficiale.


Sapere Teologico E Unit Della Fede

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Description : Ogni sapere teologico è a servizio dell' unità della fede. Soprattutto quando tale sapere scaturisce da una vita dedicata ad investigare sul senso della verità rivelata e trasmessa, condizione per ogni autentica ricerca. Gli studi che in questa miscellanea vengono presentati,rappresentano una variazione tematica sul sapere teologico e sul suo metodo,a partire dall'insegnamento del prof. P. Jared Wicks, la cui esistenza è stata interamente impegnata a perlustrare la possibile unità della fede tra i membri delle varie chiese cristiane,in cui viva vox Vangelii resonat (DV8). Come mostra il titolo , L'attenzione è focalizzata su i due campi di studio che hanno caratterizzato il lavoro e l'insegnamento del P. Wicks nella Pontificia Università Gregoriana: l'area della teologia fondamentale e l'area delle questioni ecumeniche. In tal senso, i contributi presenti nel volume ad opera di professori docenti in varie parti del mondo, ma anche di giovani ricercatori, esprimono il fil rouge della ricerca attuale, a testimonianza di un'amicizia che si traduce nella passione per il teologare.


Memorie Domenicane

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Martin Luther

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Description : The three volumes present the current state of international research on Martin Luther’s life and work and the Reformation's manifold influences on history, churches, politics, culture, philosophy, arts and society up to the 21st century. The work is initiated by the Fondazione per le scienze religiose Giovanni XXIII (Bologna) in cooperation with the European network Refo500. This handbook is also available in German.


Christian Life In Poland

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Giornale Di Metafisica

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Il Catechismo Di Heidelberg

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Augustinianum

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Fundamental Theology

Author by : Fernando Ocariz
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Description : From the Prologue: "We are pleased to present this revised edition of Revelation, Faith, and Credibility which was first published in 1998. . . . "We renew our desire that it will be useful for students of theology and for all those who are interested in studying the fundamentals of the Catholic Faith. Furthermore, it is our hope that it will lead the reader to a profound Christian awareness that cooperates with the grace of God in sustaining the Faith, lends reason to our hope, and helps others to receive this great gift of knowing and loving Christ."


Angelicum

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I Primi Gesuiti

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Padua And Venice

Author by : Brigit Blass-Simmen
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Description : Venice and Padua are neighboring cities with a topographical and geopolitical distinction. Venice is a port city in the Venetian Lagoon, which opened up towards Byzantium and the East. Padua on the mainland was founded in Roman times and is a university city, a place of Humanism and research into antiquity. The contributions analyze works of art as aesthetic formulations of their places of origin, which however also have an effect on and expand their surroundings. International experts investigate how these two different concepts stimulated each other in the Early Modern Age, and how the exchange worked.


Antonianum

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Michelangelo S Poetry And Iconography In The Heart Of The Reformation

Author by : Ambra Moroncini
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Description : Contextualizing Michelangelo’s poetry and spirituality within the framework of the religious Zeitgeist of his era, this study investigates his poetic production to shed new light on the artist’s religious beliefs and unique language of art. Author Ambra Moroncini looks first and foremost at Michelangelo the poet and proposes a thought-provoking reading of Michelangelo’s most controversial artistic production between 1536 and c.1550: The Last Judgment, his devotional drawings made for Vittoria Colonna, and his last frescoes for the Pauline Chapel. Using theological and literary analyses which draw upon reformist and Protestant scriptural writings, as well as on Michelangelo’s own rime spirituali and Vittoria Colonna’s spiritual lyrics, Moroncini proposes a compelling argument for the impact that the Reformation had on one of the greatest minds of the Italian Renaissance. It brings to light how, in the second quarter of the sixteenth century in Italy, Michelangelo’s poetry and aesthetic conception were strongly inspired by the revived theologia crucis of evangelical spirituality, rather than by the theologia gloriae of Catholic teaching.


Augustine Of Hippo And Martin Luther On Original Sin And Justification Of The Sinner

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Description : The book is divided into two parts. The first part deals with the development of Augustine's theology of Original Sin and Justification. Here the emphasis is placed on the defining moments of this development process. These moments are the second half of 390s (period during which the Church Father wrote two of his key-works: De diversis quaestionibus ad Simplicianum (396/397) and Confessiones (397-400)) and the last twelve years of his literary career, with emphasis on the works he produced in the heat of the long and bitter confrontation with Julian of Aeclanum. In the second part Pereira deals with Luther's doctrines of Original Sin and Justification of the sinner. The main source of analysis is Luther's Lectures on Romans (1515/1516). There is an intrinsic relation between the two parts of the work. The author demonstrates how Augustine came to break with the patristic soteriology and anthropological theology and adopted the radicalism of grace with which he faced the theologians associated with the fifth-century Pelagianism, especially Julian of Aeclanum. In the second part, Pereira argues that it was precisely that radicalism of grace that made of Augustine Luther's favourite theologian. The same radicalism of grace was adopted by Luther in his opposition to the recentiores doctores, the Nominalist theologians, especially Gabriel Biel. Without overlooking the crucial role played by the Pauline corpus, one can accurately say that Augustine's anti-Pelagian thesis were at the core of the young Luther's soteriological and anthropological claims (essential to understand what the Lutheran “insurgency” was all about) and were the driving force behind Luther's cry for reformation, at least as far as the doctrine of salvation was concerned. When it comes to the doctrine of salvation, Augustine found in Luther a prominent reader and a faithful follower. To understand this fact, it would suffice a careful analysis of Luther's doctrine of justification by faith alone since it contains a strong and genuine Augustinian tonality.


Titles In Series

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Justification And Merit

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Description : About the Contributor(s): Hans (Johann) Heinz, ThD, born 1930 in Vienna, is Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology and Church History, currently residing in Braunau, Austria. He has served as a pastor-evangelist and academic teacher for more than forty years in his home country and in Germany, being one of the leading Seventh-Day Adventist scholars in the fields of Reformation History and Luther Studies. While teaching at the seminaries in Bogenhofen, Marienhohe, and Friedendsau, his influence guided the theological reflection of numerous students and pastors. The present volume represents his doctoral dissertation, which was originally published by Andrews University Press (1984). The theological issues addressed in this book are still of vital importance for the modern ecumenical and interchurch dialogue.


Mos E Cristo Discorso

Author by : Rev. William WALLACE (Ministro evangelico.)
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Faith Born In The Struggle For Life

Author by : Dow Kirkpatrick
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Description : Rivera Pagán -- Hagar and Sarah / Milton Schwantes -- Women and Christology / Nelly Ritchie -- The priesthood of all believers / Jerjes Ruiz -- The trinity from the perspective of the woman / Maria Clara Bingemer -- Reinterpreting the doctrine of two kingdoms / Walter Altmann -- Theology of sin and structures of oppression / Aldo Etchegoyen -- Idols that kill : in the "world" and in the church / Jorge Pixley -- The power of nudity / Elsa Tamez -- Luther, the Reformation, and liberation / Leonardo Boff -- The Protestant principle and its denial / Rubem Alves -- Distortions in the transmission of the original legacy of Wesley / Mortimer Arias -- The missionary heritage of the Cuban churches / Israel Batista Guerra -- Heritage.


Luther Sa Doctrine

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History Of Italian Philosophy

Author by : Eugenio Garin
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Description : This book is a treasure house of Italian philosophy. Narrating and explaining the history of Italian philosophers from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century, the author identifies the specificity, peculiarity, originality, and novelty of Italian philosophical thought in the men and women of the Renaissance. The vast intellectual output of the Renaissance can be traced back to a single philosophical stream beginning in Florence and fed by numerous converging human factors. This work offers historians and philosophers a vast survey and penetrating analysis of an intellectual tradition which has heretofore remained virtually unknown to the Anglophonic world of scholarship.


Studies In Sacred Theology

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Lateranum

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Description : Issues prior to 1976 and every other issue 1976- consist of monographs; for titles of v. 1-41 see Shelf List.


Joseph Ratzinger And The Healing Of Reformation Era Divisions

Author by : Emery de Gaál
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Description : Edited by Emery de Gaál and Matthew Levering, Joseph Ratzinger and the Healing of Reformation-Era Divisions examines Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI’s manifold contributions to Catholic-Protestant theological reflection. The collection opens with an introduction comparing Ratzinger’s approach to ecumenism to that of Karl Rahner. Rahner argues that the structural uniting of Protestants and Catholics should take place now without worrying about doctrinal differences. In contrast, Ratzinger argues that unity in Christ requires probing the doctrinal differences and seeking a deeper understanding of the reasoning of each side—on the grounds that the truth of the Gospel that each side desires to preserve will ultimately be the basis for the only kind of Christian ecclesial unity worth having, namely, a unity of the basis of the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Detailed essays follow, treating a number of loci including papal primacy, ecumenical principles, liturgy, evangelization, Mariology, Christ’s birth and the celebration of Christmas, public theology, Christocentrism, Martin Luther, charity, conscience, missiology, justification, the reception of Ratzinger/Benedict in Radical Orthodoxy, and Scripture and Tradition. These essays run the full gamut of Ratzinger/Benedict’s major themes and preoccupations. Ten of the essays are by Catholic scholars, and seven by Protestant scholars. Contributors include many of the world’s leading Ratzinger experts, and the volume opens with an essay by Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer, Director of the Pope Benedict XVI Institute in Regensburg, Germany.