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Henri de Lubac and the recovery of the traditional hermeneutic

Marcellino D"Ambrosio

Henri de Lubac and the recovery of the traditional hermeneutic

by Marcellino D"Ambrosio

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    Subjects:
  • Lubac, Henri de, -- 1896-.,
  • Lubac, Henri de, -- 1896- -- Bibliography.,
  • Hermeneutics -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMarcellino G. D"Ambrosio.
    GenreBibliography.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 388 p.
    Number of Pages388
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18063733M

    Henri de Lubac: Medieval exegesis Vols. 1 & 2. Vol. 1 translated by Mark Sebanc; v. 2 translated by E.M. Macierowski, Ressourcement (Grand Rapids, Mich.), Grand Rapids, Mich This publication is related to his earlier book on the biblical exegesis of Origen, see Henri de Lubac: History and spirit. Also in the Tradition we find a common comparison between the fourfold sense of Scripture and a great building, which Henri de Lubac called the “edifice of all Christian thought” (De Lubac, H. Theological Fragments, Ignatius Press, , p). The foundation is the literal sense which relates history, the walls and shape of the whole.

    The Modern Theologians: An Introduction to Christian Theology Since (The Great Theologians) David Ford, Rachel Muers Like its companion volume from Blackwell (`The Medieval Theologians'), this text, `The Modern Theologians', edited by David Ford, provides a wonderful in-depth and broad-ranging introduction to twentieth century theology. As a scholar, he specializes in ressourcement theology, which is best exemplified in the work of Henri de Lubac. As an Anglican Priest serving at St. John’s in Canton, Ohio, he is always interested in the ways that Christians and Christian churches engage contemporary culture and struggle to remain faithful to the gospel in different contexts.

    The dual concern of this article is to present the vision of the church articulated by the renowned generation of Catholic ressourcement thinkers in the mid-twentieth century, and to demonstrate its continued fecundity in the pluralist, multi-cultural context of contemporary western society. It seeks to contribute primarily to ecclesiology, while also providing historical and social commentary Author: Gabriel Flynn. Content Posted in PDF. An American practice of giving: a neglected strand in American church history, Robert W. Lynn and American Society of Church g ( Atlanta, Georgia) PDF. An analysis and critical study of Alvin Plantinga's account of Reformed epistemology, James Alan Cook. PDF.


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Click to open the footnotes in a separate window. This essay, which originally formed part of the doctoral dissertation of Marcellino D’Ambrosio (Henri de Lubac and the Recovery of the Traditional Hermeneutic, Catholic University of American, ) appeared in. Henri de Lubac and the Fourfold Sense of Scripture In this section I examine de Lubac’s understanding of patristic and medieval exegesis.[1] I first survey de Lubac’s exposition of the fourfold sense; then I address several important differences between him and Beale.

The Fourfold Sense The French Jesuit observed a dynamic, organic, and coherent hermeneutic. Dissertation Abstract on Henri de Lubac – Marcellino D’Ambrosio.

This doctoral dissertation abstract on "Henri de Lubac and the Recovery of the Traditional Hermeneutic" was submitted to the theology department of the Catholic University of America by Marcellino D'Ambrosio for completion of the requirements of a Ph.D.

in historical theology. Marcellino D’Ambrosio, “Henri de Lubac and the Recovery of the Traditional Hermeneutic,” doctoral dissertation directed by Avery Dulles, S.J., and submitted to the Catholic University of.

{6} For this, see Marcellino D'Ambrosio, "Henri de Lubac and the Recovery of the Traditional Hermeneutic" (Ph.D. diss., Catholic University of America, 1). {7} For an example of de Lubac's use of the former term, which refers to the general method of critical historiography utilized by scientific exegetes as well as other contemporary.

While much of the recent work on de Lubac centers on the controversies surrounding his theology of the supernatural, Between Apocalypse and Eschaton argues that eschatology is the key to de Lubac’s theological project and critical to understanding the nouvelle théologie, the group of theologians with whom de Lubac was associated.

For de Lubac's reinterpretation of Origen and various scholarly responses to it. see Marcellino D'Ambrosio, "Henri de Lubac and the Recovery of the Traditional Hermeneutic," (Ph.D.

diss., Catholic University of America, ). and {48} Unsigned preface entitled "Sources Chrétiennes," in Gregory of Nyssa. De Lubac’s work concerning the understanding of revelation in the Fathers, most notably Origen of Alexandria, led to a recovery of the understanding of the five different senses of Scripture.

4 De Lubac’s “return to the sources” fuelled an increasingly spiritual understanding of revelation than what was presently popular in the seminary. Marcellino D’Ambrosio, “Henri de Lubac and the Recovery of the Traditional Hermeneutic,” doctoral dissertation directed by Avery Dulles, S.J.

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Covenantal theology is a distinctive approach to Catholic biblical theology stemming from the mid-twentieth century recovery of Patristic methods of interpreting scripture by scholars such as Henri de Lubac. This recovery was given further impetus by Dei verbum, the Second Vatican Council's "Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation", and.

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"The hermeneutic of reform": a historical analysis. Link/Page Citation IN THE WEST FEW IDEAS have enjoyed a longer, more complex, and, in many instances, more disruptive history than reform. Henri de Lubac, and Jean Danielou.

Proponents of collegiality saw it as a recovery of the predominantly collegial character of the church that had.

This book comes to the issues through sustained examination of contemporary writers committed to the faithful practice of both theology and history: biblical scholars Raymond Brown and Brevard Childs, and theologians Juan Luis Segundo and Henri de Lubac.

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Theologians as diverse as Henri de Lubac, Karl Rahner and Hans Urs von Balthasar have all pointed out the problems with such dichotomies -- and got into trouble for it.6 “Der Seelen wunderliches Bergwerk” of works by Charles Péguy, Paul Claudel, and Pedro Calderón de la Barca, among others).

His lengthy theological trilogy of The Glory of the Lord, Theo-Drama, and Theo-Logic (Herrlichkeit, Theodramatik, and Theologik) corresponds respectively to the three transcendentals of beauty, goodness, and truth, making use of aesthetic categories and.Marcellino D’Ambrosio, “Henri de Lubac and the Recovery of the Traditional Hermeneutic,” doctoral dissertation directed by Avery Dulles, S.J., and submitted to the Catholic University of America,