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Rethinking Fundamental Theology
Toward a New Fundamental Theology
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Peter Groves, Expository Times this is an excellent and voluminously learned work from a true servant of the church and its theological task. There is much to enjoy in his book, much to be gained from it, and much within it on which to reflect further.
Alan Padgett, Theological Studies a very fine text that should be welcomed by teachers, scholars, and students of all kinds...outstanding and impressive.
Paul Richardson, Church of England Newspaper a superb account of fundamental theology that examines most of the major questions in a clear and convincing way that will appeal to non-Catholics as well as Catholics.
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<br>Born in Melbourne (Australia), Gerald O'Collins was ordained a priest in 1963, took his PhD at the University of Cambridge in 1968 and taught for 33 years at the Gregorian University (Rome), where he was also dean of theology (1985-91). Now living back in Australia, he is an adjunct professor of the Australian Catholic University. Author or co-author of 56 published books and of hundreds of articles in professional and popular journals, he is widely known for his appearances on BBC and as a lecturer in many universities and colleges around the world and has chaired conferences for the Templeton Foundation.. He has received numerous honorary doctorates and other awards, including the Companion of the Order of Australia (AC), the highest honour awarded through the Australian government.<br>
Introduction; 1. History, Terms, Identity, and Themes; 2. Faith in a Personal God; 3. The Human Condition; 4. General and Special Revelation; 5. Jesus the Fullness of Revelation; 6. The Crucified and Resurrected Revealer; 7. The Faith that Responds to Revelation; 8. Tradition and the Traditions; 9. Revelation, the Bible, and Inspiration; 10. The Truth, Canon, and Interpretation of the Bible; 11. The Founding of the Church; 12. World Religions and Christ the Revealer and Saviour; 13. Theological Styles and Methods