By Eugene R. Fairweather
Read or Download A Scholastic Miscellany: Anselm to Ockham (Library of Christian Classics (Ichthus ed.).) PDF
Best religion books
John Wyclif (d. 1384) has too often been defined as "Morning famous person of the Reformation" and only in the near past all started to be studied as a fourteenth-century English thinker and theologian. This paintings attracts on contemporary scholarship situating Wyclif in his fourteenth-century milieu to offer a survey of his idea and writings as a coherent theological place coming up from Oxford's "Golden Age" of theology.
Non secular ideals and attitudes have lengthy been well-known as taking part in a massive function in sexual functioning, however the courting among faith and sexual habit has hardly been studied in a accomplished approach. The essays during this quantity convey the perspectives of intercourse counsellors, therapists. theologians, and bioethicists to endure at the courting among faith and sexuality.
Daniel within the Lion’s Den: the Septuagint and the Hebrew Bible each one undergo witness to the idiosyncratic transmission of Daniel 6 in several cultural parts. utilizing comparative narrative research, the current research exhibits the categorical profile of every textual content and their divergent category in literary background.
- Dark Passages of the Bible: Engaging Scripture with Benedict XVI and St. Thomas Aquinas
- Christianity and the survival of the West
- The Un-Spell Book: Energy Essentials for Mastering Magick
- The Problem of Evil and its Symbols in Jewish and Christian Tradition (JSOT Supplement Series)
- Das Abendmahl im Zusammenhang mit dem Leben Jesu und der Geschichte des Urchristentums (2 Hefte)
- Antike Mythologie in christlichen Kontexten der Spätantike
Extra info for A Scholastic Miscellany: Anselm to Ockham (Library of Christian Classics (Ichthus ed.).)
Lanfranc's De corpore et sanguine domini will be found in PL, 150. Cf. A. J. , London, 1944), 4'-55Cf. Cur deus homo, I, 1. INTRODUCTION 49 replace faith by reason, while others have tried to turn his use of reason into a pure exposition of faith, or even a kind of mysticism. We must, however, attempt a more balanced assessment of his position if we are to make any progress in the understanding of one of the greatest of Christian teachers. Anselm's attitude is indicated fairly enough in the alternative title of the Proslogion—Faith in Search of Understanding.
Luchaire, Innocent III, la papaute" et Vempire (Paris, 1906); M. Maccarone, Chiesa e stato nella dottrina dipapa Innocenzo III (Lateranum, Rome, I 94°); J- Riviere, Le ProbUme de Veglise et Vetat au temps de Philippe le Bel (Louvain, 1926); J . B. Sagmiiller, "Die Idee von der Kirche als Imperium Romanum im kanonischen Recht," Theol. Quartalschrift, 80 (1898), 50-80; A. L. Smith, Church and State in the Middle Ages (Oxford, 1913); T. F. Tout, The Empire and the Papacy, gi8-i223 (London, 1914). L.
J . de Boer, The History of Philosophy in Islam (Luzac, London, 1933); L. Gardet and M. M. Anawati, Introduction a la theologie musulmane (Vrin, Paris, 1948); L. Gauthier, Introduction a I'etude de la philosophie musulmane (Paris, 1923); M. Horten, Die philosophische Systeme der spekulativen Theologen im Islam (Bonn, 1912); G. Quadri, La Philosophie arabe dans VEurope medievale, des origines a Averrois (Payot, Paris, 1947)On medieval Jewish thought, consult I. Husik, A History of Medieval Jewish Philosophy (Jewish Publication Society of America, Philadelphia, 1946), and G.
A Scholastic Miscellany: Anselm to Ockham (Library of Christian Classics (Ichthus ed.).) by Eugene R. Fairweather