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DOCUMENTS

Instruction on the Ecclesial Vocation of the Theologian Issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, on May 24, 1990

Instruction on the Ecclesial Vocation of the Theologian Issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, on August 6, 1984

The Notion of 'Hierarchy of Truths': An Ecumenical Interpretation Study Document Commissioned and Received by the Joint Working Group between the Roman Catholic Church and the World Council of Churches, August 1990


REFERENCE MATERIALS

Glossary of Theological Terms The glossary of theological terms is reproduced from Roberts S. & Muir D. (1994) The Distance Learner. Nottinham: St Johns

Theology Glossary By Rev. Kenneth W. Collins, B.A., M.Div. of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

Glossary for the Study of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

The Boston Collaborative Encyclopedia of Western Theology This dictionary contains articles written mainly by students of Boston University Modern Western Theology seminars. The emphasis of the Encyclopedia is on Modern Western Theology, especially Christianity; other articles are few at this stage but hopefully the range of figures covered with expand with time

Theologians and Religious Thinkers: A Guide to some Resources Abelard, Albert the Great, Anselm, Thomas Aquinas, Arminius, Athanasius, Augustine, Karl Barth, Bernard of Clarivaux, Jakob Boehme, Bonaventure, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Martin Buber, Johann Heinrich Bullinger, Rudolf Bultmann, John Calvin, Clement of Alexandria, John Cobb, Yves Congar, Thomas Cranmer, Nicholas of Cusa, Mary Daly, Henri de Lubac, Meister Eckhart, Jonathan Edwards, Erasmus, John Scotus Eriugena, Hans Frei, Gustavo Gutiérrez, Stanley Hauerwas, Abraham Heschel, Irenaeus, Jerome, John of the Cross, Julian of Norwich, Thomas á Kempis, John Knox, Hans Küng, William Law, Bernard Lonergan, Ignatius Loyola, Martin Luther, Philip Melanchthon, Thomas Merton, Johann Baptist Metz, Jürgen Moltmann, John Henry Newman, Rheinhard Niebuhr, Gregory of Nyssa, Origen, Rudolf Otto, Wolfhart Pannenberg, Karl Rahner, Franz Rosenzweig, Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, Edward Schillebeeckx, Friedrich Schleiermacher, Menno Simons, Philipp Jacob Spener, Emanuel Swedenborg, Teresa of Avila, Paul Tillich, Thomas Torrance, David Tracy, Hans Urs Von Balthasar, John Wesley, George Whitefield, Ulrich Zwingli

Bibliographies for Theology Compiled by Fr. William Harmless, S.J. of Creighton University


ARTICLES, PAPERS, BOOKS

Asian Christianity: The Post-Colonial Challenge of Identity and Theology By Edmund Chia in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2012

From Divine Action to Divine Presence: The Next Step in an Integrated Cosmology of Science and Theology By Robert Brodrick in Lumen et Vita, the graduate academic journal of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, 2012

Thoughts on the Experience of God in the Theology of Karl Rahner: Gifts and Implications By Mary Steinmetz in Lumen et Vita, the graduate academic journal of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, 2012

Stasis and kinesis: The mobile stability or the stable mobility of the man's ascent towards God in St. Gregory of Nyssa By Liviu Petcu. Scroll to page 66. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, January-March 2012

Emilian Vasilescu – An Apologist of Orthodox Values in the Context of Interwar Society By Cristinel Ioja. Scroll to page 42. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, April-June 2012

The Eastern Church in the 9th Century Theological Pro?le By Gabriel Valeriu Basa. Scroll to page 118. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, April-June 2012

Loh I-to as Bridge-Builder: Communication and Communion in the Asia Paci?c By Michael Nai-Chiu Poon. Scroll to page 54. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, 2012

óôÜóéò and êßíçóéò. The mobile Stability or the Stable Mobility of the Man's Ascent towards God in St. Gregory of Nyssa By Liviu Petcu. Scroll to page 66. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, 2012

Emilian Vasilescu – An Apologist of Orthodox Values in the Context of Interwar Society By Cristinel Ioja. Scroll to page 42. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, 2012

The Eastern Church in the 9th Century Theological Pro?le By Gabriel Valeriu Basa. Scroll to page 118. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, 2012

Reading Origen of Alexandria from the Perspective of Contemporary Semantics By Sergey Trostyanskiy in Union Seminary Quarterly Review, June 2012

Gregory Nazianzus' Poemata Arcana: A Poetic, Musical Catechism? By Frederick W. Norris in Union Seminary Quarterly Review, June 2012

Maximus the Confessor and John of Damascus on Gnomic Will (ãíþìç) in Christ: Clarity and Ambiguity By Paul M. Blowers in Union Seminary Quarterly Review, June 2012

Sacramental-Liturgical Theology Since Vatican II: The Dialectic of Meaning and Performance By Bruce T. Morrill in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 2012

The Christian Doctrine of God: The Council of Constantinople Podcast of presentation by Bill Harmless, S. J., 2012

The Christian Doctrine of God: The Council of Nicaea Podcast of presentation by Bill Harmless, S. J., 2012

Perennial Philosophy in the Catholic Tradition Podcast of presentation by Dr. John Carlson, 2012

Theology Coloured by Clergy Sex Abuse By Peter Kirkwood in Eureka Street, February 2011

Theology and God By Jean Richard MSC in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2011

Catholic Practical Theology: Reflections on an Emerging Field By Terry A. Veling in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2011

The Human as Encounter: Karl Barth's Theological Anthropology and a Barthian Vision of the Common Good By Benjamin Durheim in Lumen et Vita, the graduate academic journal of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, 2011

From Theoretical To Practical: Developing Tillich's Apologetics By Wendy Morrison in Lumen et Vita, the graduate academic journal of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, 2011

America's Technological Ontology and the Gift of the Given: Benedict XVI on the Cultural Significance of the Quaerere Deum By David L. Schindler in Communio: International Catholic Review, Summer 2011

Contemporary Theologies and Practises of Mission in Asia By Peter Phan, 2011

Nature of Theology in Ernst Troeltsch's Thought By Teofan Mada. Scroll to page 25. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, October-December 2011

Elements of Theology of Love in the Work of Dionysius the Areopagite: The Dionysian Universe as Universe full of Love By Marius-Mihai Ilca. Scroll to page 98. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, October-December 2011

Theology and Science: Theological Impulses for the Dialogue By Michael Welker. Scroll to page 29. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, April-June 2011

St. John Chrysostom's Homily 50 on Matthew: A Systematic Theology for Today By Despina D. Prassas. Scroll to page 9. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, January-March 2011

Dogma and Culture. Main Contribution of the Orthodox Faith to Public Theology By Daniel Munteanu. Scroll to page 34. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, January-March 2011

The Renewal-Regeneration of Human Existence and its Eccleciastical Intergration Through the Baptism According to Saint Gregory of Nyssa By Theodoros Alexopoulos. Scroll to page 73. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, July-September 2011

Thomism and the Nouvelle Théologie: A Dialogue Renewed? By William F. Murphy, Jr in Josephinum Journal of Theology, 2011

The Human as Encounter: Karl Barth's Theological Anthropology and a Barthian Vision of the Common Good By Benjamin Durheim in Lumen et Vita, 2011

From Theoretical To Practical: Developing Tillich's Apologetics By Wendy Morrison in Lumen et Vita, 2011

The Consciousness and Human Knowledge of Christ According to Lonergan and Balthasar By Aaron Pidel S.J. in Lumen et Vita, 2011

Pope Benedict XVI's Theology of the Word Podcast of presentation by Christopher Collins, S.J., 2011

Thomas Aquinas on Personhood and Death Podcast of presentation by Jeffrey Brower, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Purdue University, 2011

Aquinas' Theology of the God Who Is: The Significance of Ipsum Esse Subsitens in the Summa Theologiae By Dr. Michael A. Hoonhout, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, Seminary of Immaculate Conception, Huntington, NY, in Seat of Wisdom, Spring 2010

What Shall We Do With Ungodly Rulers? On Calvin, Theology and Politics By Roland Boer, researcher, writer and critic based at the University of Newcastle, 2010

Seeking Communion: Theological Scholarship and Christian Formation By Dr. Katherine M. Hayes, Professor of Sacred Scripture, Seminary of the Immaculate Conception, Huntington, NY, in Seat of Wisdom, Spring 2010

Comparative Theology as a Devotional Practice: A Christian Argument By AnnMarie Micikas in Journal of Comparative Theology, 2010

The Frontier of Comparative Theology By Samuel J. Youngs, graduate student at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, in Journal of Comparative Theology, 2010

The Beauty of Theology By Jacobus P. Labuschagne in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2010

Theology as a Challenge to Social Science By Clive Beed and Cara Beed in Australian EJournal of Theology, August 2010

Science and Theology: An Introduction Michael Fuller, an Anglican priest with a background in organic chemistry, looks at how a more traditional understanding of the practice of science has been called into question in recent years. 29 October 2010

Science and Theology: Flashpoints Dr Michael Fuller of the Theological Institute of the Scottish Episcopal Church unfolds some of the myths about historical points of alleged contention between the two disciplines. 2 November 2010

Science and Theology: Consonances Rev Dr Michael Fuller concludes his series on Thinking Faith by elaborating on the different ways in which scientific and theological disciplines can dialogue with one another. 5 November 2010

Ignatius of Loyola: Theology as a way of living James Hanvey SJ exposes the theological vision manifested in the Spiritual Exercises and in Ignatius's life. 30 July 2010

The Role of the Theologian in Post-Modernity Prepared by Thomas Tynan, S.J. Based on Johann-Baptist Metz: The Vocabulary of Political Theology

Theology as Nursing Care for Cultures and Souls By Bishop Anthony Fisher O.P. in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Spring 2010

Growing Human: The Experience of God and of Man in the Work of Luigi Giussani By Antonio Lopez in Communio: International Catholic Review, Summer 2010

Science and Theology: Flashpoints By Dr Michael Fuller of the Theological Institute of the Scottish Episcopal Church in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, November 2010

Science and Theology: An Introduction By Dr Michael Fuller of the Theological Institute of the Scottish Episcopal Church in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, October 2010

Tradition or Identity Politics: The Role of the 'West' in Contemporary Orthodox Theology By Aristotle Papanikolaou. Scroll to page 18. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, July-December 2010

Different Dogmatic Approaches to the Question of the Origin of Human Souls By Alexey R. Fokin. Scroll to page 26. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, July-December 2010

A Review of Dogmatic Theology in Bulgaria during 20th century By Svetoslav Ribolov. Scroll to page 39. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, July-December 2010

Saint Gregory Palamas:An Essential Key to Teaching Dogmatics Today By Fadi Georgi. Scroll to page 49. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, May-August 2010

Revival of theological traditions in the XX century By Petr Mikhaylov. Scroll to page 58. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, May-August 2010

Arius' attempt – a step forward defining the Trinity By Svetoslav Ribolov. Scroll to page 150. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, May-August 2010

Ignatius of Loyola: Theology as a way of living By James Hanvey SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, July 2010

All Have the Same God? Approaches to the Question of God in Emergent African Theologies Bulletin of Ecumenical Theology, Volume 21 (2009). Contents: Benoit Awazi Mbanbi Kungua, "From the God of the Ancestors to the God of Western Christianity: The Political Question of God in Postcolonial Africa." Elochukwu Uzukwu, Trinity in Contemporary African Theology -- Conversation with Augustine Ramazanni, Bede Ukwuije, and Benoit Kungua." Nicholas Ibeawuchi Omenka, "Blaming the Gods: Religious Propaganda in the Nigeria-Biafra War." Modeste Malu, "Traditional Religions and Reconciliation in Africa: Responding to the Challenges of Globalisation."

Christian Theology and Morality A collection of books, essays and other material collected by James Arraj, who has a doctorate in theology specializing in Christian spirituality from the Gregorian University in Rome

African Theology in Quest for Alternatives to the Hegemony of Western Theology By Faustin Ntamushobora in Common Ground Journal, 2009, page 47

Theology in Chile By Sergio Silva G., SS.CC., report for the International Network of Societies for Catholic Theology, 2009

Identifying an Asian Theology: A Methodological Quest By Moonjang Lee in Common Ground Journal, 2009, page 60

Re-Configuration of Western Theology in Asia By Moonjang Lee in Common Ground Journal, 2009, page 79

Catholic Theology in Britain: The Scene since Vatican II By Aidan Nichols OP, 2009

European Dimensions in Romanian Theological Discourse By Ioan Chirila, Faculty of Orthodox Theology, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania, in HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 2009

What Theology Is By Aidan Nichols OP, 2009, summing up what was said in a series of introductory talks on Catholic theology given to first-year students at the Angelicum University, Rome

Evolution and God: Darwin and Theology 150 years after The Origin of the Species By Aloysious Mowe, S.J. Woodstock Report, June 2009

Theology in Slovenia By Janez Juhant, 2009

Towards a New Natural Theology Based on Horizontal Transcendence By Cornel W. du Toit in HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 2009

Indian Christian Approaches to Theologizing: Lessons from the Seashore By P.T. Mathew, SJ in Jnanadeepa, April 2009

'To Release the Oppressed': Reclaiming a Biblical Theology of Liberation By John Coffey in Cambridge Papers, December 2009

Urban Transformation and the Challenges to Theology By Neil Darragh, lecturer in theology at the School of Theology in the University of Auckland and in the Catholic Institute of Theology, Auckland, 2009

What Is 'Transformation Theology'? By Paul D. Janz in American Theological Inquiry, 2009. Scroll down to page 9

Theological Trends in Our Postsecular Age By Andries van Aarde in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2009

Anselm on Forgiveness, Patience, and Free Will By Katherin A. Rogers, University of Delaware, in The Saint Anselm Journal, Spring 2009

Justifying Atonement: An Anselmian Response to Modern Critics By Daniel Shannon, DePauw University, in The Saint Anselm Journal, Spring 2009

St. Thomas Aquinas on Human and Divine Forgiveness By Montague Brown, Saint Anselm College, in The Saint Anselm Journal, Spring 2009

To What Extent Can Aquinas' Understanding of the Trinity Be Termed 'Apophatic'? By Alan Darley in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, 2009

'The Name of God in Africa' and Related Contemporary Theological, Development and Linguistic Concerns By Jim Harries, Kima International School of Theology, Maseno, Kenya, in Exchange, 2009

Benedict, Maximus and the Greater Hope (Part II) By Michael Modini in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2009

Modernism: The Philosophical Foundations By Anthony Carroll SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, July 2009

George Tyrrell and Catholic Modernism By Oliver Rafferty SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, July 2009

The Creed of the 150 Fathers – Notes to its transmission and theological impact By Volker Henning Drecoll. Scroll to page 50. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, July-December 2009

Divine Energies or Divine Personhood: Vladimir Lossky and John Zizioulas on Conceiving the Transcendent and Immanent God By Aristotle Papanikolaou. Scroll to page 11. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, April-June 2009

Culture Between the Indefinable and Certainty By Nikolaus Lobkowicz in Oasis: Biannual Journal of the Oasis International Foundation, December 2009

Paul, Origen and Melanchthon on Justification By Joseph S. O'Leary, currently professor in English Literature at Sophia University, Tokyo, 2008

The Evolution of the Doctrine of Atonement in the Medieval Church: Anselm, Abelard and Aquinas By Larry Siekawitch in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 9, 2007-2008

Early Japanese Christian Thought Reexamined: Confucian Ethics, Catholic Authority, and the Issue of Faith in the Scholastic Theories of Habian, Gomez, and Ricci By Kiri Paramore in Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 2008

How to Create a Hollywood Christ-Figure: Sacred Storytelling as Applied Theology By Anton Karl Kozlovic, MEd, MEdStudies, MA, doctoral candidate in the School of Humanities, Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia, 2008

What Is "Theology" in "Public Theology" and What Is "Public" about "Public Theology"? By Andries van Aarde, University of Pretoria, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2008

Method in Theology: Past Challenges and New Opportunities By Dr. Saban Ali Düzgün, Divinity Faculty of Ankara University, Visiting Fellow in Woodstock Theological Center

Justice with Mercy: About a Contemporary Palestinian Theology By Knud Jeppesen, Tantur Ecumenical Institute for Theological Studies, Jerusalem, in HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 2008

Doing Theology in a Multicultural Theological Community By Peter T. Cha in Common Ground Journal, Spring 2008. Scroll down to page 81

Creative Giver of Life: An Ecological Theology of the Holy Spirit By Elizabeth A. Johnson, C.S.J., Distinguished Professor of Theology, Fordham University, 2008

Karl Rahner and the Immortality of the Soul By Mark F. Fischer, St. John's Seminary, Camarillo, CA, in The Saint Anselm Journal,Fall 2008

Karl Rahner on the Soul By Rev. Terrance W. Klein, S.T.D., Fordham University, in The Saint Anselm Journal,Fall 2008

Saint Anselm on the Kingdom of Heaven: A Model of Right Order By John R. Fortin, O.S.B., Saint Anselm College, in The Saint Anselm Journal,Fall 2008

Anselm on Free Will and the (Possibly Fortunate) Fall By Katherin A. Rogers, University of Delaware, in The Saint Anselm Journal,Spring 2008

Free Will, Evil, and Saint Anselm By Siobhan Nash-Marshall, Manhattanville College, in The Saint Anselm Journal, Spring 2008

The Continuing Significance of Bernard Lonergan By Gerald Whelan SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, September 2008

The Understanding of Sin and Its Function in the Theology of Karl Rahner By Errol D'Lima, SJ, in Janadeepa, July 2008

Theologians under Roman Suspicion: Anthony de Mello SJ, Jacques Dupuis SJ, Roger Haight SJ, Jon Sobrino SJ By Hans Waldenfels SJ, professor of fundamental theology and theology of religions at the University of Bonn, in Stimmen der Zeit, 2008

What Does Mumbai Have to Do with Rome? Postcolonial Perspectives on Globalization and Theology By Susan Abraham in Theological Studies, June 2008

De Lubac and Lonergan on the Supernatural By Raymond Moloney, S.J. in Theological Studies, September 2008

The Paradigm of Pluralism: New Challenges of Latin American Theology By Stefan Silber in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2008

Is There an Asian Way of Doing Theology? By Michael Amaladoss, SJ in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2008

Talking Back: Lay Theologians Create a Whole New Climate By Joseph F. Kelly in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 2008

Whatever That Was! Paradise According to Gregory of Nazianzus By Peter Bouteneff. Scroll to page 9. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, July-September 2008

Church, Eucharist, and Predestination in Barth and de Lubac: Convergence and Divergence in Communio By Aaron Riches in Communio: International Catholic Review, Winter 2008

  A Look at Pope Benedict's New Encyclical: Christ Our Hope By John Feister in Catholic Update, 2008

A Life in Theology By Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, 39th McGinley Lecture. April 21, 2008

A Theological Interface with Pieris and Sobrino By Jojo M. Fung, SJ in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2008

The Unselfing Activity of the Holy Spirit in the Theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar By Jeffrey A. Vogel in Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, Fall 2007

A "Trinitarian" Theology of Religions? An Augustinian Assessment of Several Recent Proposals Doctoral dissertation by Keith Edward Johnson, Department of Religion, Duke University, 2007

One Bread, One Body, One People: The Challenges of Migration to Theological Reflection By Gemma Tulud Cruz, Saint Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, in CTSA Proceedings, 2007

As Below, So Above: A Perspective on African Theology By Arno Meiring in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2007

The Unselfing Activity of the Holy Spirit in the Theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar By Jeffrey A. Vogel in Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, Fall 2007

Shaping Eschatology within Science and Theology By M Pretorius in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2007

Finnis and Aquinas on the Good of Life By John Lamont in New Blackfriars, July 2007

Anselm on the Character Creation Theory of Punishment By Katherin A. Rogers, University of Delaware, in The Saint Anselm Journal,Spring 2007

Bonhoeffer and Arendt at One Hundred By James Bernauer, Boston College, in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 2007

Jon Sobrino and the Vatican Judgment By Andrew Hamilton in Eureka Street, April 4, 2007

Creative on New Ways: Women Theologians in Latin America By Margit Eckholt, professor of dogmatics at the Philosophical-Theological University of the Don Bosco Salesians in Benediktbeuern, in Herder-Korrespondenz, 2007

A View into the Workshop of Chinese Theology By Luis Gutheinz, professor of dogmatic theology at the Fu Jen Catholic University in Taipei, in Stimmen der Zeit, 2007

Response to Neil Ormerod, and Beyond By David M. Coffey in Theological Studies, December 2007

When Black Priests Bring Themselves to Notice: Where does African Theology Stand Today? By Marco Moerschbacher, Africa adviser at the Missionswissenschaftliches Institut Missio e.V., Aachen, Germany, in Herder Korrespondenz, 2007

Theology: A Question of Discipleship By Steven M. Studebaker in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 8, 2007

Theology and Contemporary Science. Riding The Boundaries By Barry Brundell MSC in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Winter 2007

Sanctifying Grace in a "Methodical Theology" By Christiaan Jacobs-Vandegeer in Theological Studies, March 2007

Theology, Metaphysics, and the Centrality of Christ By Ilia Delio, O.S.F. in Theological Studies, June 2007

Homo Theologicus: Toward A Reflexive Theology (With the Help of Pierre Bourdieu) By T. Howland Sanks, SJ in Theological Studies, September 2007

The Johannine Logic of Augustine's Trinity: A Dogmatic Sketch By Evan F. Kuehn in Theological Studies, September 2007

On the (Economic) Trinity: An Argument In Conversation with Robert Doran By Charles Hefling in Theological Studies, September 2007

Two Points or Four?--Rahner and Lonergan on Trinity, Incarnation, Grace, and Beatific Vision By Neil J. Ormerod in Theological Studies, September 2007

Addressing the Four-Point Hypothesis By Robert M. Doran, S.J. in Theological Studies, September 2007

Neo-Thomism and the Theology of Religions: A Case Study on Belgian and U.S. Textbooks (1870–1950) By Jan Van Wiele in Theological Studies, December 2007

We Need a Theology that Afflcits the Comfortable By Jesse Sullivan in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 2007

Theology Forum Includes: Jennifer Glancy, "Slavery and Torture; Why Not?"; Mary Ann Foley, "What Is the 'Best Kept Secret' of Catholicism?"; Wilburn T. Stancil, "Theology Is a Liberal Art"; Jeannine Hill Fletcher, "Theology Points to the Right Road"; Thomas Schubeck,S.J., "Let Go of Their Jaundiced and Erroneous Views"; and Mark A. McIntosh, "The Effects of Studying God," in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 2007

The Challenges of a Theology of Religious Pluralism for Traditional Fundamentalist Faith By Jose Maria Vigil in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2007

The Weakness of God And of Theological Thought for That Matter: Acta Est Fabula Plaudite By Carl Raschke, University of Denver, in The Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, Winter 2006

Why the Devil Fell: A Lesson in Spiritual Theology From Aquinas's Summa Theologiae By Jeffrey McCurry in New Blackfriars, July 2006

Companion to the Encyclical of Pope Benedict XVI on "God Is Love" By Tissa Balasuriya in Cross Currents, Summer 2006

American Liberal Theology: Crisis, Irony, Decline, Renewal, Ambiguity By Gary Dorrien in Cross Currents, Winter 2006

The Word Is Life: African Theology as Biblical and Contextual Theology By Ernest van Eck, Department of New Testament Studies, University of Pretoria, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2006

The Church and the Secular Establishment: A Philosophical Dialog between Joseph Ratzinger and Jurgen Habermas By Virgil Nemoianu in Logos, Spring 2006

Resurrection and the Costs of Evolution: A Dialogue with Rahner on Noninterventionist Theology By Denis Edwards in Theological Studies, December 2006

A Positive Model for Responding to Unorthodox Theology By Stephen Kuhrt, Curate of Christ Church, New Malden, 2006

The Authority of Mystery: The Biblical Theology of Pope Benedict XVI By Scott W. Hahn, St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, in Letter & Spirit: A Journal of Catholic Biblical Theology, 2006

The Starting Point of Systematic Theology By Robert M. Doran in Theological Studies, December 2006

Evolution and Christian Thought in Dialog according to the Teaching of John Paul II By Jozef M. Zycinski in Logos, Winter 2006

Augustine's Questions: Why the Augustinian Theology of God Matters Today By Rev. Robert Barron, Habiger Lecture, Center for Catholic Studies, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN, March 27, 2006

Mythology, Poetry and Theology By Alphonso Groenewald, Department of Old Testament Studies, University of Pretoria, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2006

Pastoral Theology in an Age of Uncertainty By Elaine Graham, professor of Social & Pastoral Theology in the School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, University of Manchester, UK, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2006

Postfoundationalism, Deconstruction and the Hope That Motivates Research in Practical Theology By Johann-Albrecht Meylahn, Pastor of the Evangelisch-Lutherische St Petersgemeinde, Pretoria, and a research assosicate, Department of Practical Theology, Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2006

How Theology Should Be Done By Edmund Chan in Common Ground Journal, Spring 2006. Scroll down to page 46

Augustine and Manichaeism: New Discoveries, New Perspectives By H van Oort in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2006

Postmodern Epistemology and the Christian Apologetics of CS Lewis By DN Wilson in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2006

An Historical-Critical Evaluation of Aquinas' Argument For the Existence of God By Frank David Chance, 2006

Aquinas on Torture By Jordan Bishop in New Blackfriars, May 2006

James Cone's Legacy in Africa: Confession as Political Praxis in the Kairos Document By Ogbu U Kalu in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2006

Servant of Silence By Andrew Hamilton in Eureka Street, April 21, 2006

Theology from Asian Women's View-point By Annette Meuthrath in Stimmen der Zeit, 2006

The Human Good in Aquinas By Joseph Ogbonnaya, 2006

Tradition and Doctrinal Development: Can Vincent of Lerins Still Teach the Church? By Thomas Guarino in Theological Studies, March 2006

Theological Attitudes toward the Scriptural Text: Lessons from the Qumran and Syriac Exegetical Tradition By Angela Kim Harkins in Theological Studies, September 2006

A Procreative Paradigm of the Creative Suffering of the Triune God: Implications of Arthur Peacocke's Evolutionary Theology By Gloria L. Schaab in Theological Studies, September 2006

The Address of Pope Benedict on Faith and Reason By Patrick McInerney in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2006

God and Phenomenology: Re-Reading Jean-Luc Marion By John O'Carroll and Chris Fleming in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Spring 2006

Loisy's "L'vangele et l'Évangile et l'Église" in Light of the "Essais" By Harvey Hill in Theological Studies, March 2006

Evolution, Randomness, and Divine Purpose: A Reply to Cardinal Schonborn By Patrick H. Byrne in Theological Studies, September 2006

Monika K. Hellwig: An Appreciation By Charles L. Currie, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 2006

Augustinian Thought on the State and Patriotism By Stanley Hauerwas in Oasis: Biannual Journal of the Oasis International Foundation, September 2006

'Regional' Theologies are No Longer Sufficient By Javier Prades-López in Oasis: Biannual Journal of the Oasis International Foundation, September 2006

From Ratzinger to Benedict By Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, in First Things , February 2006

God Is Love Pope Benedict's First Encyclical in Condensed Form in Catholic Update, 2006

From Here to Where? Augustine and Augustinian Enquiry By Kyle Bertoli, University of Notre Dame, in Vita, Dulcedo et Spes, 2006

Double Vision: Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Aquinas on Silence By Sarah Honeycutt, University of Dallas, in Vita, Dulcedo et Spes, 2006

The Philosophical Failure of Theological Determinism By Patrick Todd, Baylor University, in Vita, Dulcedo et Spes, 2006

A Montage of Catholic Modernists By Rev. Marvin O'Connell, University of Notre Dame, at the “Modernity: Yearning for the Infinite” Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2006

"Sown Psychic, Raised Spiritual": The Lived Body as the Organ of Theology By Adrian J. Walker in Communio: International Catholic Review, Summer 2006

The Redemption of Eros: Philosophical Reflections on Benedict XVI's First Encyclical By D. C. Schindler in Communio: International Catholic Review, Fall 2006

Pain and the Problems of the Body: "Ontological Frailty" and a Political Reconsideration of the Corporeal Turn in Theology By Robert Geroux, Marian College, in The Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, Winter 2005

Newman and Theological Liberalism By Terrence Merrigan in Theological Studies, September 2005

The Human Genome Project as a Case Study in the Debate about the Relationship between Theology and Natural Science By Johan Buitendag, Department of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics, University of Pretoria, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2005

Bernard Lonergan at the Service of the Church By Carlo Maria Martini in Theological Studies, September 2005

Reconciling the Cross in the Theologies of Edward Schillebeeckx and Ivone Gebara By Kathleen McManus in Theological Studies, September 2005

The Analogy of Tradition: Method and Theological Judgment By John E. Thiel in Theological Studies, June 2005

A Trinitarian Doctrine of Creation?: Considering Barth as a Guide By Andrew K. Gabriel in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 6, 2003-2005

Future Directions in Systematic Theology By Dr Douglas Knight, editor of the 'Resources for Christian Theology' web site, 2005

James Doull on Theology and Public Life By Gary D. Badcock, University of Western Ontario, in Animus, 2005

The Theological Language in Africa By Francis Anekwe Oborji, 2005

Catholic Theology Worldwide - Regional Challenges and New Developments: papers presented in the context of the meeting of the International Network of Societies for Catholic Theology in 2005
  • Catholic Theology in West Africa By Elochukwu Uzukwu
  • Catholic Theology in Cameroon Africa By Meinrad Hebga
  • Catholic Theology in East Africa By Theresia Hinga
  • Catholic Theology: African Approaches and Elaborations from the Democratic Republic of the Congo By Leonard Santedi Kinkupu
  • Catholic Theology in Nigeria By Josephat Obi Oguejiofor
  • Catholic Theology in Bénin Africa By Gaston Ogui
  • Catholic Theology in South Africa Jennifer Slater
  • The Conclave and the Search for Asian Theology By Edmund Chia
  • Mapping Asian/Filipino Catholic Theology: A Filipino Lay Womans Perspective By Gemma Tud Cruz
  • Catholic Theology in Asia: Challenges and New Developments By Vimal Tirimanna
  • Catholic Theology in Australia By Neil Ormerod
  • Catholic Theology in Europe By Lieven Boeve and Hans Geybels
  • The Development of Catholic Theology in Brazil By Paulo Fernando Carneiro de Andrade
  • Catholic Theology in Chile By Fernando Berrios Medel

    YHWH and the God of Philosophical Theology By J W Gericke in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2005

    Iris Murdoch, Spiritual Exercises, and Anselm's Proslogion and Prayers By Thomas S. Hibbs, Baylor University, in The Saint Anselm Journal, Fall 2005

    Augustine on Freedom and God By Montague Brown, Saint Anselm College, in The Saint Anselm Journal,Spring 2005

    Anselm on Grace and Free Will By Katherin A. Rogers, University of Delaware, in The Saint Anselm Journal,Spring 2005

    Aquinas: Compatibilist or Libertarian? By Kevin M. Staley, Saint Anselm College, in The Saint Anselm Journal,Spring 2005

    James Doull on Theology and Public Life By Gary D. Badcock in Animus, 2005

    Hans Urs von Balthasar: Theologian of Beauty By Joan L. Roccasalvo in The Way, 2005

    Sex, Death and Melodrama: A Feminist Critique of Hans Urs von Balthasar By Tina Beattie in The Way, 2005

    Defending von Balthasar's Apology of Holiness By Mark Van Steenwyk in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, April-June 2005

    Kierkegaard on Upbuilding, Grace and the God Whom Gives Every Good and Perfect Gift By Brian Lightbody in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, April-June 2005

    Metaphorical Theology: An Evangelical Appropriation By Ryan Klassen in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, April-June 2005

    Praxis and the Content of Theology in Gustavo Gutiérrez's Theological Methodology: A Comparative Critique By Richard Gillingham in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, April-June 2005

    Against Praxeas -- How Far Did Tertullian Advance the Doctrine of the Trinity? By Harold F. Carl, Ph.D.

    Substitution and the Biblical Background to Cur Deus Homo By David Neelands, Trinity College, Toronto School of Theology, in The Saint Anselm Journal, Spring 2005

    Revisiting Affective Knolwedge and Connaturality in Aquinas By Thomas Ryan in Theological Studies, March 2005

    Sixty Years after Auschwitz: What Does It Mean for Christian Theology? By Joseph Grayland in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2005

    The Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church in Australia and the Filioque: A Return to Eastern Christian Tradition By Paul Babie in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2005

    Eucharistic Worship and Texts as Sources of Theological Reflection By James Leachman, O.S.B. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2005

    The Conclave and the Search for Asian Theology By Edmund Chia in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2005

    Is Creation Eternal? By Ilia Delio in Theological Studies, June 2005

    Raptured or Not? A Catholic Understanding By Michael D. Guinan, O.F.M., Ph.D in Catholic Update, 2005

    The Theologian: A Reflection on the Life of John Paul II By Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, in America, April 18, 2005

    'Wie kommt der Mensch in die Theologie?': Heidegger, Hegel, and the Stakes of Onto-Theo-Logy By D. C. Schindler in Communio: International Catholic Review, Winter 2005

    Blessed Negativities: The Contribution of Deconstruction to Theology By Anthony Kelly, CSsR, Head of the Sub-Faculty of Philosophy and Theology at Australian Catholic University, in the Australian EJournal of Theology, February 2004

    Theology's Responsibility and Tasks in Today's Church and World By Archbishop Joseph Dore in Theological Studies, December 2004

    Religion, Theology and the Social Sciences in a Society in Transition By Etienne de Villiers, Department of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics, University of Pretoria, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2004

    Human Free Will in Anselm and Descartes By Sophie Berman, St. Francis College, in The Saint Anselm Journal, Fall 2004

    Anselm and the Guilt of Adam By Kevin A. McMahon, Saint Anselm College, in The Saint Anselm Journal,Fall 2004

    Faith and Reason in Anselm: Two Models By Montague Brown, Saint Anselm College, in The Saint Anselm Journal, Fall 2004

    An Ignatian Way of Doing Theology: Theology Discerning 'The True Life' By Christophe Theobald in The Way, 2004

    Fidelity in Context: John Courtney Murray (1904-1967) By Thomas Hughson in The Way, 2004

    A Symbol Perfected in Death': Rahner's Theology and Alfred Delp (1907-1945) By Philip Endean in The Way, 2004

    The Christian Neoplatonism of St. Maximus the Confessor By Edward Moore in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, July - September 2004

    A Reassessment of the Meaning of the Abrahamic Covenant for Evangelical Theology By Daniel Lee in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, September 2004

    The Need For and the Use of Doxological Language in Theology By Robert Gresser in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, January-March 2004

    Suffering the Patient Victory of God: Shusaku Endo and the Lessons of a Japanese Catholic By Brett Dewey in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, January-March 2004

    Barthes' and Derrida's Agon with God By Kathleen Steele, 2004

    The Vocation of the Theologian By Mary Ann Donovan in Theological Studies, March 2004

    The Whole Rahner on the Supernatural Existential By David Coffey in Theological Studies, March 2004

    Theology's Responsibility and Tasks in Today's Church and World By Archbishop Joseph Dore in Theological Studies, December 2004

    On "Rephilosophizing" Theology By Adrian J. Walker in Communio: International Catholic Review, Spring 2004

    A Latino Practical Theology: Mapping the Road Ahead By Allan Figueroa Deck in Theological Studies, June 2004

    The Vocation of the Theologian By Mary Ann Donovan in Theological Studies, March 2004

    Jonathan Edwards on Beauty, Desire, and the Sensory World By Belden C. Lane in Theological Studies, March 2004

    The Whole Rahner on the Supernatural Existential By David Coffey in Theological Studies, March 2004

    Lex orandi lex credendi: Liturgy as Locus Theologicus in the Fifth Century? By Daniel G. Van Slyke in Josephinum Journal of Theology, Summer/Fall 2004

    The Rebirth of Apologetics By Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, in First Things, May 2004

    St. Anselm of Canterbury and Romano Guardini By Father Emery de Gaál, Ph.D. University of St. Mary of the Lake, in Saint Anselm Journal, Fall 2004

    Theology Between Yesterday and Tomorrow By Milan Opocensky, Emeritus Professor of Christian Social Ethics at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. Paper presented at a consultation on public theology, sponsored by Princeton's Center for Theological Inquiry, held in Prague, Czech Republic, May 2003

    Irenaeus: Touchstone of Catholicity By Damien Casey, Lecturer in Systematic Theology at the Brisbane (McAuley) campus of the Australian Catholic University

    An Expanding Theology: Faith in a World of Connections Complete book by Anthony Kelly, CSsR, Australian Catholic University, 2003

    The Theological Coherence between the Belhar Confession and Some Antecedent Church Witnesses in the Period 1948- 1982 By P Naude in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2003

    Anselm on God's Perfect Freedom By Katherin A. Rogers, University of Delaware, in The Saint Anselm Journal,Fall 2003

    A Multidimensionsal Disclosure: Aspects of Aquinas' Theological Intentionality By Anthony J. Kelly, C.Ss.R in The Thomist, July 2003

    Connaturality in Aquinas: The Ground of Wisdom By R. J. Snell in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, October 2003

    Theology By John Odendaal in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, October 2003. Introduction. Theology as Science and Spirituality. The Theological Task. Tradition. Context. Hermeneutics. Conclusion. Bibliography

    Origen of Alexandria and apokatastasis: Some Notes on the Development of a Noble Notion By Edward Moore in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, January 2003

    Toward an Arminian Universalist Theology By James Alexander in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, January 2003

    Faith Seeking Fantasy: Tolkien on Fairy Stories By Anthony J. Kelly, CSsR, in Pacifica, February 2003

    The Transcendental Method of Bernard Lonergan By R. Jeffrey Grace, 2003

    Augustine's "De Trinitate" and Lonergan's Realms of Meaning By Neil Ormerod in Theological Studies, December 2003

    Rosmini, Ratzinger, and Kuhn: Observations on a Note by the Doctrinal Congregation By Thomas Guarino in Theological Studies, March 2003

    Piet Fransen's Research on "Fides et Mores" By David Stagaman in Theological Studies, March 2003

    Human Suffering and John Paul II's Theology of the Body By Adrian Reimers, University of Notre Dame, 2003

    A Critique of John Noonan's Approach to Development of Doctrine By Richard S. Myers in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2003

    Teaching Theology in an Asian Context: A Conference to Evaluate Curricula By Annette Meuthrath in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2003

    The Mystery of the Incarnation According to Contemporary Theology By Ann Shwe, S.J.A. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2003

    Contextual Theology and Integration By Michael Amaladoss, S.J. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2003

    Contextual Theologizing: Future Perspectives By Joe M. de Mesa in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2003

    An Asian Proposal for Future Directions of Theological Curricula in the Context of Globalization By Kim, Yong-Bock in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2003

    Desire and Mourning: Theology and the Literary Imagination By Victor E. Taylor, York College of Pennsylvania, Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, 2002

    Finnis and Aquinas on the Good of Life By John Lamont in New Blackfriars, July 2002

    The Importance of Life and Faith Histories in the Methodology of Practical Theology By Riet Bons-Storm, emeritus professor at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2002

    A Holistic Approach to Human Rights in Private Uganda: Challenges to Theology and Philosophy By A.B.T. Byaruhanga-Akiiki. Chapter 8 of the book Ethics, Human Rights and Development in Africa, 2002

    Stanley Hauerwas: An Interview By Michael J. Quirk in Cross Currents, Spring 2002

    This Side of God: A Conversation with David Tracy By Scott Holland in Cross Currents, Spring 2002

    Salvation and Liberation in the Practical-Critical Soteriology of Schillebeeckx By Derek J. Simon in Theological Studies, September 2002

    Theology and the Clash of Civilizations By Jack Miles, Senior Advisor to the President at the J. Paul Getty Trust and a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy, in Cross Currents, Winter 2002

    Karl Barth and the Future of Dogmatic Theology By Alasdair I.C. Heron, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2002

    The Theological Hermeneutics of Edward Schillebeeckx By Dennis Rochford in Theological Studies, June 2002

    Images of God within Systematic Theology By Joseph A. Bracken in Theological Studies, June 2002

    Postcolonial African Theology in Kabasele Lumbala By Mario I. Aguilar in Theological Studies, June 2002

    Catherine Mowry LaCugna's Contribution to Trinitarian Theology By Elizabeth T. Groppe in Theological Studies, December 2002

    George Tyrrell: Modernist Theologian (1861 - 1909): What He Said He Said By Allan Savage in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, Winter 2002

    Thomas Aquinas on the Metaphysical Problem of Evil By Bill King in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, Summer 2002

    From Anthropos to Albion: Gnosticism and the Theology of Thomas Altizer By Trevor Greenfield in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, November 2002

    A Brief Theology of Time - Part 2: Resisting the Tyranny of Time By Paul Mills in Cambridge Papers, December 2002

    Unearthing Ancient Colossae in Southern Turkey: Theology and archeology in dialogue By Michael Trainor in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2002

    The Relevance of Western Post-Holocaust Theology to the Thought and Practice of the Russian Orthodox Church By Sergii Hackel, 2002

    The Impassible Reef: Pope John Paul II and Bishop Hierotheos Vlachos on Philosophy and Theology By Corina Delkeskamp-Hayes at the Death to Life Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2002

    Fides et Ratio and the Metaphysical Basis of Aquinas' Natural Law By John F. X. Knasas, Center for Thomistic Studies University of St. Thomas at the Death to Life Conference in the Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, 2002

    Justification: The Joint Declaration By Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, in Josephinum Journal of Theology, Winter/Spring 2002

    The Dragon and the Eagle: Towards a Vietnamese-American Theology By Peter C. Phan in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2002

    Doing Theology in the Context of Mission: Lessons from Alexandre de Rhodes, S.J. By Peter C. Phan in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2002

    Anselm and the Unbelievers: Pagans, Jews, and Christians in the "Cur Deus Homo" By F. B. A. Asiedu in Theological Studies, September 2001

    Doing Theology in the City By Paul Fitzgerald in Cross Currents, Spring 2001

    Theology and the City: Learning to Cry, Struggling to See By Jim Perkinson in Cross Currents, Spring 2001

    Schillebeeckx on the Development of Doctrine By Daniel P. Thompson in Theological Studies, June 2001

    The Contribution of Yves Congar's Theology of the Holy Spirit By Elizabeth Teresa Groppe in Theological Studies, September 2001

    The Influence of Information Technologies on Theology By Paul A. Soukup, Francis J. Buckley, David C. Robinson in Theological Studies, June 2001

    True 'Creation Spirituality': Original Blessing and Original Sin--A Critique of Matthew Fox's Theology By Dr Andrew Basden, briefing paper of The John Ray Initiative, 2001

    The Sapphire Light of the Mind: The Skemmata of Evagrius Ponticus By William Harmless and Raymond R. Fitzgerald in Theological Studies, September 2001

    Why Theology? A Catholic Reflection on Twenty Years of Literature on Theological Education By William Cahoy

    The Church of the East and Its Theology By Nikolai Seleznyov

    Theological Explorations Volume two, edited by Mr. Thomas A. Walsh and Dr. George S. Worgul, focuses on on the approved application of the papal encyclical, Ex Corde Ecclesiae, to Catholic Schools of Higher Learning

    Reason, Faith, and Theology: An Interview with Cardinal Avery Dulles, S.J. By James Martin, S.J. in America, 2001

    The Reconstruction of Africa by Theologians By David Kuria, in African Scribe, January 2001

    Together towards the Kingdom: An Emerging Asian Theology By Michael Amaladoss, S.J.

    Thomas Aquinas on the Development of Doctrine By Christopher Kaczor in Theological Studies, June 2001

    The Three Turns In Modern Theology: Transcendental, Political and Liberation Theologies By Gerard Hall, SM, Head of the School of Theology at McAuley Campus, Brisbane, Australian Catholic University

    Fides et Ratio: Theology and Contemporary Pluralism By Thomas G. Guarino in Theological Studies, December 2001

    The Theology of the Cross as Theology of the Trinity: A Critique of Jürgen Moltmann's Staurocentric Trinitarianism By Dennis W. Jowers, New College, Edinburgh, in Tyndale Bulletin, 2001

    Theology in Europe Today By Peter Hünermann in The Way, 2001

    Meta-Paradigms in Theological Thought By Herman J Pietersen in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, Fall 2001

    Coming into Power: Taking Theology to the Streets By Irene Monroe in The Witness, July-August 2001

    Poetry, and the Language of Faith in Australia By Anthony Kelly, CssR, 2001

    Powerlessness of God? A Critical Appraisal of Hans Jonas's Idea of God after Auschwitz By Hans Hermann Henrix, 2001

    Desolation and Doctrine in Therese of Lisieux By Mary Frohlich in Theological Studies, June 2000

    Theodore of Mopsuestia Revisited By Frederick G. Mcleod in Theological Studies, September 2000

    System, History, and a Theology of Ministry By Neil Ormerod in Theological Studies, September 2000

    Hegel, Lutheranism and Contemporary Theology By Gary D. Badcock in Animus, 2000

    God is Love, God is Dead: Radical Theology as Wisdom Literature By Trevor Greenfield in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, Summer 2000

    Tell Me a Story, and I Will Remember: Doing Theology through Personal Narrative By Ina Hughes in The Witness, December 2000

    Rahner and de Lubac on Nature and Grace By S. Joel Garver, 2000

    The Problems of Euro-Asian Theology for the New Millennium By Dr. Sergei Nikolaev, President of the St. Petersburg Evangelical Theological Academy, and Bishop of the Evangelical Churches of North-Western Russia. Address to the Euro-Asian Accrediting Association (EAAA) held in Kiev, Ukraine, October 1999

    Looking Ahead: Ecology and Theology By Moni McIntyre, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Theology at Duquesne University

    A Place for Reflection, a Chance to be Honest in our Location: Popular Culture, Media Literacy and Theological Reflection in the Years to Come By Mary E. Hess, Ph.D., adjunct professor at Boston College and at the Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry, 1999. Scroll down to page 12

    Theology That Is Practical: The Model for the Next Millennium By Maureen R. O'Brien. Scroll down to page 46

    Luce Irigaray and the Advent of the Divine: From the Metaphysical to the Symbolic to the Eschatological By Damien Casey in Pacifica, February 1999

    Bonaventure's Metaphysics of the Good By Ilia Delio in Theological Studies, June 1999

    Suffering in the Theology of Edward Schillebeeckx By Kathleen McManus in Theological Studies, September 1999

    System and History: The Challenge to Catholic Systematic Theology By Robert M. Doran in Theological Studies, December 1999

    The Authentication of Doctrines: Hints from C. S. Peirce By Donald L. Gelpi in Theological Studies, June 1999

    The Concept of Representation in the Theology of Hans Urs Von Balthasar By Michele M. Schumacher in Theological Studies, March 1999

    The Logic of Genre: Theological Method in East and West By A. N. Williams in Theological Studies, December 1999

    Ethical, Theological, and Legal Issues in Genetics By Thomas A. Shannon, James J. Walter and M. Cathleen Kaveny in Theological Studies, March 1999

    Christian Theology and Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life By Thomas F. O'Meara in Theological Studies, March 1999

    Karl Adam, National Socialism, and Christian Tradition By Robert A. Krieg in Theological Studies, September 1999

    Lack of Social Drama in Balthasar's Theological Dramatics By Thomas G. Dalzell in Theological Studies, September 1999

    African Theology and Social Change: An Anthropoligical Approach By Ian D. Ritchie, Ph.D., doctoral dissertation, 1993, 1999

    Ancient Scepticism and the Contra Academicos of St. Augustine By Bernard Wills in Animus, 1999

    Anselm's Proslogion: One Simple Proof? By Dennis Jowers in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, July 1999

    The Impact of Medellin and Puebla on Asian Theology By Jacob Kavunkal, SVD, French version in Spiritus, September 1999

    Foundations for Theology: Establishing Perspectives for Understanding the Nature of Theology By Loretta Harriman, M.M. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1999

    Doing Practical Theology A Malaysian Perspective By Jojo M. Fung, SJ, in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1999

    Bernard Lonergan and the Functions of Systematic Theology By Robert M. Doran in Theological Studies, December 1998

    Faithful and Effective God-Talk: Trinitarian Theology for the People of God By Jonathan P. Case, Kingsley College, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, in Word & World, 1998

    Decolonization of Theology By Samuel Rayan, SJ, Vidyajyoti, Delhi, in Jnanadeepa, July 1998

    Romano Guardini's Theology of the Human Person By Robert A. Krieg in Theological Studies, September 1998

    Syllogism or Paradox: Aquinas and Luther on Theological Method By Denis R. Janz in Theological Studies, March 1998

    Psychological Analogy and Paschal Mystery in Trinitarian Theology By Anne Hunt in Theological Studies, June 1998

    Theological Presuppositions in Our Preaching about the Spirit By Kilian McDonnell in Theological Studies, June 1998

    Toward a New Philosophical Theology Based on Intersubjectivity By Joseph A. Bracken in Theological Studies, December 1998

    The Voice of Theologians in General Councils from Pisa to Trent By Nelson H. Minnich in Theological Studies, September 1998

    'Faith and Reason': A Note on the New Encyclical By Avery Dulles, S.J. in America, 1998

    The Place and Value of Theology By Dermot Mansfield in The Way, 1998

    Theology After the Demise of Foundationalism By Paul D. Murray in The Way, 1998

    Bible and Culture in African Theology, Part 1 By Ernest Munachi Ezeogu, C.S.Sp., 1998
    Bible and Culture in African Theology, Part 2 By Ernest Munachi Ezeogu, C.S.Sp., 1998

    A Brief Theology of Time By Paul Mills in Cambridge Papers, March 1998

    Truth as the Ground of Freedom: A Theme from John Paul II By Avery Dulles, SJ, 1998

    A Thank You And An Interim Reflection On The Reconciliation By Tissa Balasuriya, OMI in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1998

    John Courtney Murray and Postconciliar Faith By Thomas Hughson in Theological Studies, September 1997

    Recent Theological Observations on Magisterial Documents and Public Dissent By Francis A. Sullivan in Theological Studies, September 1997

    The Quest for Truth in Augustine's 'De Trinitate' By John C. Cavadini in Theological Studies, September 1997

    St Thomas Aquinas on the "Scientific" Nature of Theology By Geoffrey Turner in New Blackfriars, November 1997

    Towards A Wider Reconciliation: A Cultural-Theological Reflection on the Division within the Church in China Book by John B. Zhang Shijiang in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1997
  • Introduction - The Meaning and Meanings of Reconciliation
  • Chapter I - Literature on the Division in the Chinese Church
  • Chapter II - Cultural and Theological Aspects of Division and Reconciliation
  • Chapter III - Cultural And Theological Aspects Of Division And Reconciliation
  • Chapter IV - Reconciliation, and the Tradition, and Jesus the Model Reconciler
  • Chapter V - Reconciliation and Union Through a Contemporary Chinese Christology

    African Theology By James C. Okoye, CSSP in Dictionary of Mission: Theology, History, Perspectives, Orbis Books, 1997

    Theology in the Contemporary Chinese Context By Baoping Kan, Nanjing Union Theological Seminary, Nanjing, China, in Word & World, Spring 1997

    Impassible Suffering? Divine Passion and Fifth-Century Christology By John J. O'Keefe in Theological Studies, March 1997

    Ecumenism and Irenics in 17th-Century English Catholic Apologetics By Thomas H. Clancy in Theological Studies, March 1997

    Lonergan and Balthasar: Methodological Considerations By Robert M. Doran in Theological Studies, March 1997

    ReChristianizing Augustine Postmodern Style By Wayne John Hankey in Animus, 1997

    Jewish Holocaust Theology By Norman Solomon in The Way, 1997

    Christian Theology After the Holocaust By Kenneth Cracknell in The Way, 1997

    Indigenisation and Liberation: A Challenge to Theology in the Southern African Context By Luke Lungile Pato, College of the Transfiguration, Grahamstown, in Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, November 1997

    Half a Century of African Christian Theologies: Elements of the Emerging Agenda for the Twenty-First Century By Tinyiko Sam Maluleke, Department of Missiology, University of South Africa, in Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 1997

    Orientations to Roman Catholic Modernism By C. J. T. Talar, Alvernia College

    Question of Truth Lies at Centre of Theology By Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, 1996

    Augustine's World: An Introduction to his Speculative Philosophy By Donald X. Burt, OSA, 1996. From his web site Reflections on the Spirituality of Augustine

    The Faith-Culture Dialogue: Karl Rahner and Hans Urs von Von Balthasar By Bevil Bramwell OMI, Franciscan University, ca. 1996

    Aquinas's Model of Mind By Patrick Quinn in New Blackfriars, May 1996

    African Culture, African Intellectuals and the White Academy in South Africa: Some Implications for Christian Theology in Africa By Tinyiko Sam Maluleke in Religion and Theology, 1996

    Postmodernism and Theology By Max Charlesworth in The Way, 1996

    Does God Play Dice? Divine Providence and Chance By Elizabeth A. Johnson in Theological Studies, March 1996

    Response to Elizabeth Johnson's "Does God Play Dice?" By Joseph A. Bracken in Theological Studies, December 1996

    Reclaiming Rhetoric in the Christian Tradition By Bradford E. Hinze in Theological Studies, September 1996

    Theology at the Service of Mysticism: Method in Pseudo-Dionysius By Seely J. Beggiani in Theological Studies, June 1996

    Eberhard Jungel on the Structure of Theology By Paul DeHart in Theological Studies, March 1996

    Evangelizing Theology By Avery Dulles, SJ, in First Things, March 1996

    The Postmodern: Tracy, Taylor and Dogen By Charl le Roux in Religion and Theology

    The School of Alexandria: Before Origen By Fr. Tadros Y. Malaty of the Coptic Orthodox Church, 1995

    The School of Alexandria: Origen By Fr. Tadros Y. Malaty of the Coptic Orthodox Church, 1995

    Monophysitism Reconsidered By Fr. Matthias F. Wahba of the Coptic Orthodox Church

    A Theology that Comes from the Flesh In the western world, one way to find fecund and rich theology is to look to those silenced by the Catholic Church. Ivone Gebara, a Brazilian theologian, speaks to the National Catholic Reporter before her period of silence began in September 1995. She talks about her theology and about ecofeminism. This theology not only speaks out on behalf of the poor but also demands that the underlying patriarchal presumptions about God be seriously questioned

    Freedom, Theology and Deliverance By Marie-Henry Keane in The Way, 1995

    Understanding African Theology in the 20th Century By Kwame Bediako, Director of the Akrofi-Christaller Centre for Mission Research and Applied Theology, Akropong, Ghana, in Themelios, 1995

    Bossuet and the Consenses of the Church By Richard F. Costigan in Theological Studies, December 1995

    Real Relations and the Divine: Issues in Thomas's Understanding of God's Relation to the World By Earl Muller in Theological Studies, December 1995

    Trinitarian and Mystical Receptivity: Modern Theory and a Medieval Case Study By Dennis D. Martin in Theological Studies, December 1995

    The Nature of Women and the Method of Theology By Mary Aquin O'Neill in Theological Studies, December 1995

    The Incomprehensibility of God: A Buddhist Reading of Aquinas By James L. Fredericks in Theological Studies, September 1995

    Comparative Theology: A Review of Recent Books By Francis X. Clooney in Theological Studies, September 1995

    Karl Rahner and Demythologization By Michael B. Raschko in Theological Studies, September 1995

    Augustine in Contemporary Trinitarian Theology By Michel Rene Barnes in Theological Studies, June 1995

    Ontotheology to excess: Imagining God without Being by Anthony J. Godzieba in Theological Studies, March 1995

    The Gospel of Life: A Symposium Participants: Avery Dulles, SJ, Russell Hittinger, Richard M. Doerflinger, and Robert P. George, in First Things, October 1995

    The Challenge of the Catechism By Avery Dulles, SJ, in First Things, January 1995

    Buhay, Karanasan, Aral at Turo: A Filipino Hermeneutics of Experience By José M. de Mesa in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1995

    Understanding African Theology in the 20th Century By Kwame Bediako, Director, Akrofi-Christaller Memorial Centre for Mission Research & Applied Theology, Akropong-Akuapem, Ghana, in Themelios--An International Bulletin for Theological and Religious Studies Students, October 1994

    The Defective Male: What Aquinas Really Said By Michael Nolan in New Blackfriars, March 1994

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    Recent Trends in Practical Theology By Vivian Msomi, School of Theology, University of Natal, in Bulletin for Contextual Theology, 1994

    African Hyphenated Christians: An Alternate Model of Theologizing in Africa By C.B. Peter, Moi University, Kenya, in Nordic Journal of African Studies, 1994

    Anonymous Christians: Karl Rahner's pneuma-Christocentrism and an East-West dialogue by Joseph H. Wong in Theological Studies, December 1994

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    Demythologization in the Theology of Karl Rahner By Michael D. Barnes in Theological Studies, March 1994

    Christian Faith and Theology in Encounter with Non-Christians: Profession? Protestation? Self-maintenance? Abandon? By Frans Jozef Van Beeck in Theological Studies, March 1994

    The Relationship Between Faith and Reason in St Thomas Aquinas According to the "Christian Philosophy" of Etienne Gilson Book by Darrell D Wright, 1994

    Is Science Scientific? Affinities between Theologians and Scientists as Interpreters in the Search for Truth By Beverly J. Stratton, Augsburg College, Minneapolis, Minnesota, in Word & World, 1993

    Macquarrie's Doctrine of God By Tim Bradshaw, Dean and Tutor in Chrisitan Doctrine, Regent's Park College, Oxford, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1993

    Herman Schell and the Reform of the Catholic Church in Germany By George E. Griener in Theological Studies, September 1993

    Apocatastasis in Patristic Theology By John R. Sachs in Theological Studies, December 1993

    Aquinas on God-Talk: Hovering over the Abyss By Gregory P. Rocca in Theological Studies, September 1993

    David Tracy's Theological Project: An Overview and Some Implications By T. Howland Sanks in Theological Studies, September 1993

    Between Foundationalism and Nihilism: Is Phronesis the Via Media for Theology? By Thomas Guarino in Theological Studies, March, 1993

    Mystery and Promise: A Theology of Revelation Book by by John F. Haught, professor of theology at Georgetown University, 1993

    From Theology to Philosophy in the Latin West By Philip Sherrard. From The Greek East and the Latin West - A Study in the Christian Tradition, Oxford Univ. Press 1959, Denise Harvey 1992

    Theology: Liberation of Christians By Daniel Liderbach, Canisius College

    Signposts towards a Pastoral Theology By Thomas H. Groome and Robert P. Imbelli in Theological Studies, March 1992

    The Magisterium of the Faculty of Theology of Paris in the Seventeenth Century By Jacques M. Gres-Gayer in Theological Studies, September 1992

    The Holy Spirit and Theology of the Cross: Significance and Dialogue By Harold Wells in Theological Studies, September 1992

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    Teilhard de Chardin: Ontogenesis vs. Ontology By Carol Jean Vale in Theological Studies, June 1992

    The Heart in Rahner's Philosophy of Mysticism By Andrew Tallon in Theological Studies, December 1992

    Tradition and Creativity in Theology By Avery Dulles, SJ, in First Things, November 1992

    The Theologian's Ecclesial Vocation and the 1990 CDF Instruction By Francis A. Sullivan in Theological Studies, March 1991

    Theology and Science: A New Commitment to Dialogue By Christopher F. Mooney in Theological Studies, June 1991

    Thomas Aquinas, Human Suffering, and the Unchanging God of Love By Michael J. Dodds in Theological Studies, June 1991

    Theology as Rhetoric By David S. Cunningham in Theological Studies, September 1991

    Jesuits and Theology: Yesterday and Today By Avery Dulles in Theological Studies, September 1991

    Theology, Philosophy, and the Natural Sciences By John H. Wright in Theological Studies, December 1991

    The Future of Patristics By Charles Kannengiesser in Theological Studies, March 1991

    Current Eschatology: Universal Salvation and the Problem of Hell By John R. Sachs in Theological Studies, June 1991

    Are Our Images of God Growing? By Pat McCloskey, O.F.M. in Catholic Update, 1991

    God and the Human Being in the Writings of Gertrude of Helfta  By Gertrud Jaron Lewis in Vox Benedictina: A Journal of Translations from Monastic Sources, 1991

    The Holy Trinity and the Parousia of the Holy Spirit According to St. John Chrysostom By Stylianos G. Papadopoulos

    Experience in the Church and the Work of Theology By Claus Westermann, Professor Emeritus of Old Testament, Ruprecht-Karl-Universitat, Heidelberg, Germany, in Word & World, 1990

    The Theology of Cardinal Newman By Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, 1990

    Augustine, Evil and Donatism: Sin and Sanctity before the Pelagian Controversy By Peter Iver Kaufman in Theological Studies, March 1990

    Vedanta, Theology, and Modernity: Theology's New Conversation with the World's Religions By Francis X. Clooney in Theological Studies, June 1990

    Newman on Infallibility By Avery Dulles in Theological Studies, September 1990

    Theology and Culture at Mid-Century: The Example of Henri de Lubac By Joseph Komonchak in Theological Studies, December 1990

    The Recovery of Theology as a Practical Discipline By Randy L. Maddox in Theological Studies, December 1990

    The Function of the Trinity in Moltmann's Ecological Doctrine of Creation By Paul D. Molnar in Theological Studies, December 1990

    Concerning the Notion of Person in Theology By Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger in Communio: International Catholic Review, Fall 1990

    Our Knowledge of God: The Relevance of the Debate Between Eunomius and the Cappadocians By Graham A. Keith, Teacher in Latin and Religious Education, Kyle Academy, Ayr, in Tyndale Bulletin, May 1990

    Reading, Writing, and Aquinas By Hamish F.G. Swanston in New Blackfriars, January 1989

    Human Rights, Justice and Theology By Brian Johnstone, chapter 10 of the book Culture, Human Rights and Peace in Central America, 1989

    New Life in Christ: Salvation in Orthodox Theology By John Meyendorff in Theological Studies, September 1989

    The Uneasy Alliance Reconceived: Catholic Theological Method, Modernity, and Postmodernity By David Tracy in Theological Studies, September 1989

    Fifty Years of Patristics By Charles Kannengiesser in Theological Studies, December 1989

    A Theology of the Cross By Wolfhart Pannenberg, University of Munich, Federal Republic of Germany, in Word & World, 1988

    Pelagius Revisited By Martha Ellen Stortz, Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley, California, in Word & World, 1988

    The Durability of Orthodoxy By Robert L. Wilken, The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, in Word & World, 1988

    Contemporary Theologies of the Cross By Anne Murphy in The Way, 1988

    Contemporary Theologies of the Cross II By Anne Murphy in The Way, 1988

    On Doing the Truth: Orthopraxis and the Theologian By Bernard J. Verkamp in Theological Studies, March 1988

    The Literature on Origen 1970-1988 By Henri Crouzel in Theological Studies, September 1988

    Philosophical Theology in the Perspective of Religious Diversity By J.A. DiNoia in Theological Studies, September 1988

    The Grammar of Grace: Karl Rahner as a Watershed in Contemporary Theology By George Vandervelde in Theological Studies, September 1988

    The Exegetical Roots of Trinitarian Theology By Michael Slusser in Theological Studies, September 1988

    The Unigenitus of Clement XI: A Fresh Look at the Issues By Jacques M. Gres-Gayer in Theological Studies, June 1988

    Alive to the Glory of God: A Key Insight in St. Irenaeus By Mary Ann Donovan in Theological Studies, June 1988

    Hans Urs von Balthasar's Theology of Aesthetic Form By Louis Dupre in Theological Studies, June 1988

    A Resume of My Thought By Hans Urs von Balthasar in Communio, Winter 1988

    Gregory Nazianen's Use of Scripture in Defence of the Deity of the Spirit By Tom A. Noble, Academic Dean and Lecturer in Theology, British Isles Nazarene College, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1988

    Discovering God's Will: Paley's Problem with Special Reference to 'The Christian Sabbath' By Graham Cole, Lecturer in Theology, Philosophy and Apologetics, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1988

    The Task of Malaysian Theology By Canon S. Batumalai in Inter-Religio, 1988

    Towards the Charting of Asian Theologies By John C. England in Inter-Religio, 1988

    Philosopher and Theologian From the book Albert the Great by Sr. M. Albert Hughes, O.P. In Spirituality Today, Autumn 1987

    St Thomas Aquinas and the Motion of the Motionless God By Michael J. Dodds in New Blackfriars, May 1987

    Doing Theology by Heart: John S. Dunne's Theological Method By Jon Nilson in Theological Studies, March 1987

    Catholic Theology and the Study of Religion in South Asia: Widening the Context for Theological Reflection By Francis X. Clooney, Paul J. Griffiths, Charles Hallisey, and James Laine in Theological Studies, December 1987

    Barth - A Truly Biblical Theologian? By Christina A Baxter, Registrar and Lecturer in Doctrine, St John's College, Nottingham, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1987

    Korean Theology: Past and Present By Keel Hee-Sung, Sogang University, in Inter-Religio, 1987

    Liberation and Inculturation: Two Streams of Doing Theology with Asian Resources By Kim Sung-Hae in Inter-Religio, 1987

    Program for Theology and Cultures in Asia By John C. England in Inter-Religio, 1987

    Permanent Creation in Saint Thomas Aquinas By Montague Brown in New Blackfriars, September 1986
    Theology in the Thirteenth Century: Methodological Contrasts By John Meyendorff. From The 17th lnternational Byzantine Congress: Major Papers, 1986

    Permanent Creation in Saint Thomas Aquinas By Montague Brown in New Blackfriars, September 1986

    Christians and Their Ancestors: A Dilemma of African Theology By Jack Partain in the Christian Century, November 26, 1986

    Heidegger and His Origins: Theological Perspectives By Thomas F. O'Meara in Theological Studies, June 1986

    The New Calvinist Epistemology By Vincent M. Cooke in Theological Studies, June 1986

    Process Theology and the Catholic Theological Community By J.J. Mueller in Theological Studies, September 1986

    Theology and Anthropology: Time for Dialogue By Gerald A. Arbuckle in Theological Studies, September 1986

    Bultmann: Reminiscence and Legacy By P. Joseph Cahill in Theological Studies, September 1986

    Theological Responsibilty: Beyond the Classical Paradigm By John E. Thiel in Theological Studies, December 1986

    Expanding Our Vision: Insights from Emerging Theologies By Patricia Wilson-Kastner, General Theological Seminary, New York, New York, in Word & World, 1985

    Convergences in Theology and Spirituality By Regina Bechtle in The Way, 1985

    The Two Process Theologies: A Reappraisal By Joseph A. Bracken in Theological Studies, March 1985

    A Trinitarian Theology of the Holy Spirit? By Kilian McDonnell in Theological Studies, June 1985

    Can We Know God Directly? Rahner's Solution From Experience By Paul D. Molnar in Theological Studies, June 1985

    Unity in Difference: Karl Rahner and Niels Bohr By John Honner in Theological Studies, September 1985

    A Journey into Time: The Legacy of Karl Rahner's Last Years By Leo J. O'Donovan in Theological Studies, December 1985

    The Relational God: Aquinas and Beyond By Catherine M. LaCugna in Theological Studies, December 1985

    End-of-the-world Qualms - A Topical Religious Theme and a Pastoral Problem By Jean Vernette in SIDIC Periodical, 1985

    Three Talks on Minjung Theology By Hyun Young-hak in Inter-Religio, 1985

    The Two Process Theologies By Bernard J. Lee in Theological Studies, June 1984

    Theological Education: Its Fragmentation and Unity By P. Joseph Cahill in Theological Studies, June 1984

    The Emergence of African Theologies By Justin S. Ukpong in Theological Studies, September 1984

    The Use of the Bible in Theology By John Howard Yoder, professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame, 1984

    Justification and Faith in Luther's Theology By Jared Wicks in Theological Studies, March 1983

    The Condemnation of Lamennais: A New Dossier By Joseph N. Moody in Theological Studies, March 1983

    Arius and the Arians By Charles Kannengiesser in Theological Studies, September 1983

    The Mandate to Teach Theological Disciplines: On Canon 812 of the New Code By Ladislas Orsy in Theological Studies, September 1983

    Primitive Christian Soteriological Themes By Michael Slusser in Theological Studies, December 1983

    Orthodox Ecumenism and Theology: 1978-1983 By Michael A. Fahey in Theological Studies, December 1983

    Theology of the Holy Spirit I: Jesus and the Spirit By John O'Donnell in The Way, 1983

    Theology of the Holy Spirit II: Gathered in the Spirit By John O'Donnell in The Way, 1983

    The Filioque Clause in History and Theology By Gerald Bray, Tutor in Christi Doctrine, Oak Hill College, London, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1983

    A Jewish Concept of Death By Giuseppe Laras in SIDIC Periodical, 1983

    A Christian's View of Death By Hubert J. Richards in SIDIC Periodical, 1983

    The Person and the Theologian By F.W. Dillistone in Theology Today, 1982

    Does Process Theology Rest on a Mistake? By David B. Burrell in Theological Studies, March 1982

    Marcellus of Ancyra in Modern Research By Joseph T. Lienhard in Theological Studies, September 1982

    Postliberal Process Theology: A Rejoinder to Burrell By Philip E. Devenish in Theological Studies, September 1982

    The Bible and Hermeneutical Horizon: The Use of Scripture in Theology By John H. Wright in Theological Studies, December 1982

    The Right Way to Speak about God? Pannenberg on Analogy By Elizabeth A. Johnson in Theological Studies, December 1982

    Defending the Public Character of Theology By David Tracy in Christian Century, April 1, 1981

    How Pastoral Theology Functions By Robert L. Kinast in Theology Today, 1981

    Angels and Demons: The Teaching of IV Lateran By Paul Quay in Theological Studies, March 1981

    The Mystery of God as a History of Love: Eberhard Jungel's Doctrine of God By Leo J. O'Donovan in Theological Studies, June 1981

    Of Art and Theology: Hans Urs von Balthasar's Systems By Thomas F. O'Meara in Theological Studies, June 1981

    Bonaventure and the Coincidence of Opposites: A Response to Critics By Ewert H. Cousins in Theological Studies, June 1981

    The Mutability of God: Tertullian to Lactantius By Joseph M. Hallman in Theological Studies, September 1981

    Man as the Image of God: Its Meaning and Theological Significance in Narsai By Frederick G. McLeod in Theological Studies, September 1981

    Infallibility: Rapprochement between Kung and the Official Church? By Peter Chirico in Theological Studies, December 1981

    A Theology of Power and Conflict By Michael Stogre in The Way, 1981

    The Lamb of God and Atonement Theories By George L. Carey, Vicar of St. Nicholas' Church, Durham City, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1981

    Theological Labels By George S. Hendry in Theology Today, 1980

    Wanted: Theologians Who Are Theologians By Deane William Ferm in Theology Today, 1980

    Hans Kung and the Magisterium By John Jay Hughes in Theological Studies, June 1980

    The Coincidence of Opposites: A Recent Interpretation of Bonaventure By George H. Tavard in Theological Studies, September 1980

    The Spiritual Roots of Newman's Theology By Vincent F. Blehl in The Way, 1980

    St Thomas Aquinas as a Dominican By Brian Davies in New Blackfriars, March 1979

    Ways of Russian Theology By Fr. Georges Florovsky, Emeritus Professor of Eastern Church History at Harvard University, d. 1979

    A Process Theology of Interdependence By Dean R. Fowler in Theological Studies, March 1979

    Infallibility: A Review of Recent Studies By John T. Ford in Theological Studies, June 1979

    Loisy's Theological Development By Valentine G. Moran in Theological Studies, September 1979

    On Being a Symbol: An Appraisal of Karl Rahner By James J. Buckley in Theological Studies, September 1979

    Some Implications of Parapsychology for Theology By John J. Heaney in Theological Studies, September 1979

    Millennialism in America: Recent Studies By Leonard I. Sweet in Theological Studies, September 1979

    Theology and Philosophy in Public: A Symposium on John Courtney Murray's Unfinished Agenda By John A. Coleman, J. Bryan Hehir, David Hollenbach, and Robin W. Lovin in Theological Studies, December 1979

    Integrative Theology: A Polanyian Proposal for Theological Foundations By John V. Apczynski in Theological Studies, March 1979

    "Prosopon" in Gregory of Nyssa: A Theological Word in Transition By John J. Lynch in Theological Studies, December 1979

    Theology and the Darkness of Death By Bartholomew J. Collopy in Theological Studies, March 1978

    A Decade of Hope Theology in North America By William P. Frost in Theological Studies, March 1978

    Responses to Peter Berger By Langdon Gilkey, Schubert M. Ogden, and David Tracy in Theological Studies, September 1978

    Origen Studies and Pierre Nautin's "Origene" By Robert J. Daly in Theological Studies, September 1978

    "Charisma veritatis certum": Irenaeus, "Adversus haereses 4, 26, 2 By Jerome D. Quinn in Theological Studies, September 1978

    Modes of Theological Argument By David Tracy in Theology Today, 1977

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    Secular Theology and the Rejection of the Supernatural: Reflections on Recent Trends By Peter L. Berger in Theological Studies, March 1977

    Doctrines and Historicity in the Context of Lonergan's "Method" By Frederick E. Crowe in Theological Studies, March 1977

    The Challenge of Juan Luis Segundo By Alfred T. Hennelly in Theological Studies, March 1977

    The Theological Significance of Rudolf Bultmann By P. Joseph Cahill in Theological Studies, June 1977

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    Theological Method: The Southern Exposure By Alfred T. Hennelly in Theological Studies, December 1977

    A Next Step for Catholic Theology By John Carmody in Theology Today, 1976

    Vision and Praxis in American Theology: Orestes Brownson, John A. Ryan, and John Courtney Murray By John A. Coleman in Theological Studies, March 1976

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    Sterilization and Theological Method By Richard A. McCormick in Theological Studies, September 1976

    The Parousia in Modern Theology, Some Questions and Comments By A. C. Thiselton, B.D., M.Th., Ph.D., Lecturer in Biblical Studies, The University of Sheffield, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1976

    Pannenberg's Use of History as a Solution to the Religious Language Problem By Millard J. Erickson, Bethel Theological Seminary, St. Paul, MN, in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1975

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    The Phenomenon of Teilhard By Donald P. Gray in Theological Studies, March 1975

    Thomas More and the Sensus Fidelium By James Hitchcock in Theological Studies, March 1975

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    Paul Tillich and Process Theology By Tyron Inbody in Theological Studies, September 1975

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    The Ethicist as Theologian By Stanley Hauerwas, professor of theology and ethics at Duke University Divinity School, 1975

    Two Cheers for Thomas Aquinas By David Tracy, Christian Century, March 6, 1974

    Wholeness in Wittgenstein and Aquinas: A Contrast in Styles By Marcus Lefébure in New Blackfriars, March 1974

    Saint Thomas Aquinas and the Spirit of Ecumenism By Yves Congar in New Blackfriars, May 1974

    Politics and Political Theologians By Andrew M. Greeley in Theology Today, 1974

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    American Liturgy: A Theological Locus By John Gallen in Theological Studies, June 1974

    Progress and Pluralism in Theology By Raymond J. Devettere in Theological Studies, September 1974

    Papias: Polemicist against Whom? By Charles M. Nielsen in Theological Studies, September 1974

    The Unfolding of Modernism in France: Blondel, Laberthonnière, Le Roy By Roger Haight in Theological Studies, December 1974

    A Future for Theology? By Robert Butterworth in The Way, 1974

    Doctrine, Theology and Education By Robert Butterworth in The Way, 1974

    Uncreated and Created, Unbegotten and Begotten in the Theology of Athanasius of Alexandria By Panayiotis Christou, Augustinianum 13, Roma 1973

    Ecclesiological Developments in Moltmann's Theology of Hope By Martin Tripole in Theological Studies, March 1973

    The Dynamics of Grace in Aquinas: A Structural Approach By Jean-Marc Laporte in Theological Studies, June 1973

    Dimensions of "Jus divinum" in Roman Catholic Theology By Carl J. Peter in Theological Studies, June 1973

    An Overview of Catholic Theology By John J. Carey in Theology Today, 1973

    Doing Theology for the Church By Robert L. Saucy, Talbot Theological Seminary, La Mirada, CA, in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1973

    Rahner on the Development of Dogma By Stanley N. Gundry in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1972

    The Eschatology of Ignatius of Antioch: Christocentric and Historical By Edward Fudge, M.A., in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1972

    What Is Logocentric Theology? By John F. Haught in Theological Studies, March 1972

    Changing Trends in Radical Theology: Counterattack on the New Polytheism By George N. Boyd in Theological Studies, June 1972

    Nominalism and Late Medieval Thought: A Bibliographical Essay By William J. Courtenay in Theological Studies, December 1972

    On Theological Language By Robert Butterworth in The Way, 1972

    Theology and the Manifestation of the Sacred By Charles E. Winquist in Theological Studies, March 1971

    Infallible? An Inquiry Considered By John Jay Hughes in Theological Studies, June 1971

    A Case For Logocentric Theology By Seely J. Beggiani in Theological Studies, September 1971

    Sacerdotium et Imperium: The Constantinian Renovatio According to the Greek Fathers By Michael Azkoul in Theological Studies, September 1971

    Styles of Theological Reflection for the Future By Gregory Baum in Theology Today, 1971

    Art and the Art of Theology By Mary McDermott Shideler in Theology Today, 1971

    Political Theology By Jurgen Moltmann in Theology Today, 1971

    Man Come of Age: Bonhoeffer's Response to the God-of-the-Gaps By Richard H. Bube, Ph.D., in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Fall 1971

    The First Harmony of the Gospels: Tatian's Diatessaron and Its Theology By Edward A. Johnson, B.D., in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Fall 1971

    Meaning and characteristics of an American theology By John H. Wright in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1971

    Response to "Meaning and characteristics of an American theology" By David W. Tracy in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1971

    American history and the theological enterprise By James Hennesey in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1971

    American culture and theology By Anthony Padovano in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1971

    American youth and the problem of God: a theological reflection By Michael Novak in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1971

    A response to "American youth and the problem of God" By John Burkhart in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1971

    Theology and Religious Experience By Edward George Bozzo in Theological Studies, September 1970

    The Postsecular Situation of Jewish Theology By Eugene B. Borowitz in Theological Studies, September 1970

    The Theology of Grace: Present Trends and Future Directions By Francis Colborn in Theological Studies, December 1970

    An Unexpected Tribute to the Theologian By Rosemary Ruether in Theology Today, 1970

    The Future of Theology and the Theology of the Future By Vernon Grounds, Ph.D., in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Summer 1970

    Jurgen Moltmann and His Theology of Hope By David P. Scaer, Th.D., in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Spring 1970

    Eschatology: The Controlling Thematic in Theology By Charles M. Horne, Th.D., in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Winter 1970

    Orthodoxy and heterodoxy: the situation in the Church today By Gerard S. Sloyan in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1970

    Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy: A Response to the Critique By Neil J. McEleney in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1970

    Presidential Address By Charles E. Curran in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1970

    Neville's Dialectical Argument for an Indeterminate Creator By Anselm Atkins in Theological Studies, March 1969

    Dumery and the Dynamism of the Spirit By Gerald A. McCool in Theological Studies, June 1969

    Luther on the Person Before God By Jared Wicks in Theological Studies, June 1969

    Teilhard de Chardin and the Development of Dogma By John R. Sheets in Theological Studies, September 1969

    Where Is Theology Going? By Gregory Baum in Theology Today, 1969

    The Theology of Renewal: Conversion and Theology By Richard Roach in The Way, 1969

    Theological Method and the Nature of Ministry By Peter Chirico in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1969

    Presidential Address By Austin B. Vaughan in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1969

    The Teaching of the Magisterium and Theologians By Richard A. McCormick in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1969

    The Magisterium and Theology By John R. Quinn in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1969

    Church and Theology: From Here To Where? By J. A. T. Robinson in Theology Today, 1968

    The Theology of Hope By Gerald O'Collins in The Way, 1968

    Worldly Theology: Reflections on Carl Michalson By P. Joseph Cahill in Theological Studies, September 1968

    Towards an American Theology By Walter J. Burghardt in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1968

    Theistic Evidences in Contemporary Protestant Theology By Edward H. Schroeder in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1968

    The Transcendence of God and the Modernist Crisis By John Ratte in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1968

    Panel Discussion: Academic Freedom and the Theologian By Augustine Rock and Robert E. Hunt in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1968

    Teilhard De Chardin on Creation and the Christian Life By Robert L. Faricy in Theology Today, January 1967

    Some Recent Death-of-God Literature By Avery Dulles in Theological Studies, March 1967

    The Problem of Evil: A New Study By Thomas E. Clarke in Theological Studies, March 1967

    The Past of Belief: Reflections of a Historian of Doctrine on Dewart's "The Future of Belief" By Jaroslav Pelikan in Theological Studies, June 1967

    Development of the CTSA in the Post-Conciliar Church By Paul E. McKeever in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1967

    The Notion of Tradition in Maruice Blondel By William A. Scott in Theological Studies, September 1966

    Teilhard de Chardin's Theology of Redemption By Robert L. Faricy in Theological Studies, December 1966

    The Status of Scholastic Philosophy in Theology Today By Gerard A. Vanderhaar in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1966

    Biblical and systematic theology: the basic issues By David A. Dillon in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1966

    Theology and natural law By Paul E. McKeever in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1966

    Karl Rahner and a Protestant view of the sacramentality of the ministry By George A. Lindbeck in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1966

    Natural Law, Theology, and the Church By John J. Reed in Theological Studies, March 1965

    Heidegger and Theology By William J. Richardson in Theological Studies, March 1965

    Some Considerations about Polygenism By John J. O'Rourke in Theological Studies, September 1965

    The Modernist crisis half a century later By John Wm. Padberg in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1965

    The position of Karl Rahner regarding the supernatural: a comparative study of Nature and Grace By Carl J. Peter in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1965

    Crises in contemporary theology By Gerald Van Ackeren in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1965

    The "Contra Julianum" of St. Cyril of Alexandria and St. Peter Canisius By William J. Malley in Theological Studies, March 1964

    Christ the Sacrament of the Encounter with God By William J. Hill in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1964

    A Theology Relevant for Today By Richard T. Doherty in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1964

    Aqunias on Naming God By David B. Burrell in Theological Studies, June 1963

    The Recent Revival of Origen Studies By Herbert Musurillo in Theological Studies, June 1963

    Towards an Integral Theology By John Thornhill in Theological Studies, June 1963

    Christopher Davenport on the Problem of Tradition By George H. Tavard in Theological Studies, June 1963

    The Influence of Bishop Butler on Religious Thought By John L. Murphy in Theological Studies, September 1963

    The Theology of God's Self-Gift By P. De Letter in Theological Studies, September 1963

    Karl Barth and Faith: Recent Orientations By Maurice B. Schepers in Theological Studies, September 1963

    Teilhard and the Problem of Creation By Robert North in Theological Studies, December 1963

    Rahner's Theory of Doctrinal Development By Robert L. Richard in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1963

    The Task of the Theologian Today By E. Ferrer Smith in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1963

    The Unity of Theology By Augustine Rock in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1963

    Tradition in Early Post-Tridentine Theology By George H. Tavard in Theological Studies, September 1962

    On the Method of Theology By Frederick E. Crowe in Theological Studies, December 1962

    How Should De Ecclesia Be Treated In Scientific Theology? By Richard X. Redmond in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1962

    The Professional Theologian--An Instrumental Cause in the Ecclesia Docens By Aloysius McDonough in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1962

    St Gregory Palamas and the Tradition of the Fathers By George Florovsky, Sobornost, 1961

    Ignatius of Antioch: Gnostic or Essene? A Note on Recent Work By Herbert Musurillo in Theological Studies, March 1961

    "Quasi experimentalis cognitio": A Historical Approach to the Meaning of St. Thomas By John F. Dedek in Theological Studies, September 1961

    The Philosophy of the Human Person in Karl Rahner's Theology By Gerald A. McCool in Theological Studies, December 1961

    The Concept of Union with Christ after Death in Early Christian Thought By Barnabas M. Ahern in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1961

    The Image of God in Man: Alexandrian Orientations By Walter J. Burghardt in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1961

    Some Post-War Trends in De gratia By Thomas William Coyle in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1961

    Two contemporary Approaches to Theology By John S. Dunne in Theological Studies, March 1960

    Sidelights of Recent Gelasian Study By Gerald Ellard in Theological Studies, June 1960

    Newman on Nicaea By Michael Novak in Theological Studies, September 1960

    The Eastern Orthodox conception of tradition By Frederic H. Chase in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1960

    Theology in the New Catholic Encyclopedia By Edmond D. Benard in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1960

    the task ahead for the theologian in a new decade By Lawrence J. Riley in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1960

    The Ambrosian Origin of St. Augustine's Theology of the Image of God in Man By Gerald A. Mccool, SJ in Theological Studies, March 1959

    Isidoriana By Robert E. Mcnally, S.J. in Theological Studies, September 1959

    Ascetical and Mystical Theology By Elmer O'Brien in Theological Studies, March 1958

    St. Augustine and Cosmic Redemption By Thomas E. Clarke in Theological Studies, June 1958

    Ascetical and Mystical Theology, 1956-1957 By Elmer O'Brien in Theological Studies, June 1958

    A Course in the Positive Theology of the Incarnation By Celestine Luke Salm in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1958

    The Challenge to Theology By John F.X. Sweeney in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1958

    Origin and Age of the Universe Appraised by Science By Cyril Vollert in Theological Studies, June 1957

    History and Symbol: A Study of Form in Early Christian Literature By Herbert Musurillo in Theological Studies, September 1957

    St. Thomas' Theology of Participation By John S. Dunne in Theological Studies, December 1957

    Theology and the Magisterium By George W. Shea in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1957

    Ascetical and Mystical Theology, 1954-1955 By Elmer O'Brien in Theological Studies, March 1956

    Ascetical and Mystical Theology, 1954-1955 By Elmer O'Brien in Theological Studies, June 1956

    Some Recent Developments in Dogmatic Theology By John F. Sweeney in Theological Studies, September 1956

    The thesis form as an instrument of theological instruction By Edmond D. Benard, John Courtney Murray, Eugene M. Burke in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1956

    A Recent Interpretation of Bultmann By John J. O'Keefe in Theological Studies, March 1955

    The concept of biblical theology By Roderick A.F. MacKenzie in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1955

    Eastern Orthodox theology By Clement Englert in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1955

    The Sources of Catholic Dogma Translated by Roy J. Deferrari from the Thirtieth Edition of Henry Denzinger's Enchiridion Symbolorum, revised by Karl Rahner, S.J., published in 1954

    The Concept of Miracle from St. Augustine to Modern Apologetics By John A. Hardon in Theological Studies, June 1954

    Ascetical and Mystical Theology, 1952-1953 By Elmer O'Brien in Theological Studies, June 1954

    The Unity of the Two Charities in Greek Patristic Exegesis By Thomas Barrosse in Theological Studies, September 1954

    St. Cyril of Jerusalem and the Alexandrian Heritage By Anthony A. Stephenson in Theological Studies, December 1954

    On the hardships and consolations of theology By Gerard Yelle in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1954

    Simone Weil's Religious Thought in the Light of Catholic Theology By Georges Frénaud in Theological Studies, September 1953

    Relfections on the Relation between Philosophy and Theology By Gerald Van Ackeren in Theological Studies, December 1953

    Recent Protestant Theology By Gustave Weigel in Theological Studies, December 1953

    Major Voices In American Theology: Six Contemporary Leaders Book by David Wesley Soper, 1953

    A survey of Protestant theology in our day By Gustave Weigel in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1953

    St. Augustine and the Presence of God By Stanislaus J. Grabowski in Theological Studies, September 1952

    The Indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the Souls of the Just According to the Teaching of St. Thomas Aquinas Book by Barthelemy Froget, OP, 1952

    "Humani Generis" and the Limits of Theology By Cyril Vollert in Theological Studies, March 1951

    Physics, Philosophy, Transubstantiation, Theology By Joseph T. Clark in Theological Studies, March 1951

    Some Reactions to Devreesse's New Study of Theodore of Mopsuestia By Francis A. Sullivan in Theological Studies, June 1951

    The Dogmatic Definition at Chalcedon By Francis X. Murphy in Theological Studies, December 1951

    The Catholic Concept of Tradition in the Light of Modern Theological Thought By Walter J. Burghardt in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1951

    Contemporaneous Protestantism and Paul Tillich By Gustave Weigel in Theological Studies, June 1950

    Current Patristic Projects By Walter J. Burghardt in Theological Studies, June 1950

    Protestant Theological Positions Today By Gustave Weigel in Theological Studies, December 1950

    A critical survey of modern conceptions of doctrinal development By John J. Galvin in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1950

    The Concept of "Verbum" in the Writings of St. Thomas Aquinas IV. Verbum and Abstraction By Bernard J. F. Lonergan in Theological Studies, March 1949

    The Concept of "Verbum" in the Writings of St. Thomas Aquinas. V. Imago Dei By Bernard J. F. Lonergan in Theological Studies, September 1949

    A New Study of Theodore of Mopsuestia By John L. McKenzie in Theological Studies, September 1949

    The scientific teaching of theology in the seminary By Eugene M. Burke in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1949

    Scientific teaching of dogmatic theology By Hubert P. Coughlin in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1949

    Scientific teaching of fundamental theology By A. C. Cotter in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1949

    The Root of Faith: The Doctrine of M. J. Scheeben By John Courtney Murray in Theological Studies, March 1948

    The "Creeds" of St. Victorinus and St. Patrick By Ludwig Bieler in Theological Studies, March 1948

    The Fall of Man and Original Sin in the Theology of Gregory of Nyssa By Ernest V. McClear in Theological Studies, June 1948

    A Recent Critique of P. de Lubac's "Supernaturel" By Philip J. Donnelly in Theological Studies, December 1948

    Theology in South America By Gustave Weigel in Theological Studies, December 1948

    The Philosophy of Philo By Jean Daniélou in Theological Studies, December 1948

    The Concept of "Verbum" in the Writings of St. Thomas Aquinas II By Bernard J. F. Lonergan in Theological Studies, March 1947

    The Concept of "Verbum" in the Writings of St. Thomas Aquinas III By Bernard J. F. Lonergan in Theological Studies, September 1947

    The Inhabitation of the Holy Spirit: A Solution According to de la Taille By Malachi J. Donnelly in Theological Studies, September 1947

    Theological Opinion on the Development of Dogma By Philip J. Donnelly in Theological Studies, December 1947

    Newman's Essay on Development in Its intellectual Milieu By Walter J. Ong in Theological Studies, March 1946

    Abbé Migne and Catholic Tradition By Anthony C. Cotter in Theological Studies, March 1946

    A New Appreciation of Philo By Thurston Davis in Theological Studies, March 1946

    The Indwelling of the Holy Spirit according to M. J. Scheeben By Malachi J. Donnelly in Theological Studies, June 1946

    The Concept of "Verbum" in the Writings of St. Thomas Aquinas By Bernard J. F. Lonergan in Theological Studies, September 1946

    St. Irenaeus on the Atonement By John I. Hochban in Theological Studies, December 1946

    Scattered Remarks on the Development of Dogma and on Papal Infallibility in Early Scholastic Writings By A. Landgraf in Theological Studies, December 1946

    The wisdom of theology By William R. O'Connor in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1946

    The theological significance of the encyclical "Mystici corporis" By Joseph Bluett in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 1946

    A Modern School of Thought on the Supernatural By Edward B. Brueggeman in Theological Studies, March 1945

    Matthias Joseph Scheeben and the Revival of Theology By Cyril Vollert in Theological Studies, December 1945

    Theological Opinion on the Evolution of Man By Thomas J. Motherway in Theological Studies, June 1944

    Towards a Theology for the Layman: The Pedagogical Problem By John Courtney Murray in Theological Studies, September 1944

    The Two Senses of Original Justice in Medieval Theology By Cyril Vollert in Theological Studies, March 1944

    Harnack By Anthony C. Cotter in Theological Studies, March 1944

    Towards a Theology for the Layman: The Problem of Its Finality By John Courtney Murray in Theological Studies, March 1944

    A Definition of Scientific Apologetics By Daniel J. Saunders in Theological Studies, June 1944

    Johann Adam Mohler and the Development of Dogma By Gustav Voss in Theological Studies, September 1943

    Joseph Anthony Masdeu: A Distant Herald of the "Aeterni Patris"? By Thomas J. McMahon in Theological Studies, June 1942

    Hervaeus Natalis and the Problem of Original justice By Cyril Vollert in Theological Studies, June 1942

    St. Thomas' Theory of Operation By Bernard J. F. Lonergan in Theological Studies, September 1942

    The Theory of the Superantural: A Critique of P. de la Taille By William R. O'Connor in Theological Studies, September 1942

    St. Thomas; Thought on Gratia Operans, II By Bernard J. F. Lonergan in Theological Studies, March 1942

    The Doctrine of Grace in the "Spiritual Exercises" By Francis X. Lawlor in Theological Studies, December 1942

    St. Thomas' Thought on "Gratia Operans" By Bernard J. F. Lonergan in Theological Studies, December 1942

    Saint Thomas and the Ultimate Purpose of Creation By Philip J. Donnelly in Theological Studies, March 1941

    Current Theology By the editors of Theological Studies, March 1941

    Alfred Loisy (1857-1940) By Anthony C. Cotter in Theological Studies, June 1941

    Current Theology By the editors of Theological Studies, June 1941

    St. Thomas' Thought on "Gratia Operans": I. Introduction By Bernard J. F. Lonergan in Theological Studies, September 1941

    Saint Thomas on Sanctifying Grace and Original Justice By Cyril Vollert in Theological Studies, September 1941

    Anglican Theories of Infallibility By William H. McClellan in Theological Studies, September 1941

    Current Theology By the editors of Theological Studies, September 1941

    The Theory of R. P. Maurice de la Taille, S.J. on the Hypostatic Union By Malachi J. Donnelly in Theological Studies, December 1941

    Current Theology By the editors of Theological Studies, March 1940

    Current Theology By the editors of Theological Studies, June 1940

    Current Theology By the editors of Theological Studies, September 1940

    Saint Thomas and the Evolution of Man By William R. Doran in Theological Studies, December 1940

    Current Theology By the editors of Theological Studies, December 1940

    Hilaire Belloc and Cardinal Newman By Alfred G. Brickel, S.J. Scroll to page 155. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 47, From January to October, 1922

    A Handbook of Patrology Book by J. Tixeront, 1920

    The meaning of Christianity according to Luther and his followers in Germany By Marie-Joseph Lagrange, OP, 1920

    Theology as an Empirical Science Book by Douglas Clyde Macintosh, 1919

    The Hand of God: A Theology for the People Book by Martin J. Scott, SJ, 1919

    Donatism Book by Adrian Fortescue, 1917

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1912
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  • Dogmatic Theology By Joseph Pohle
  • History of Dogmatic Theology By Joseph Pohle
  • Mystical Theology By Augustin Poulain
  • Pastoral Theology By Walter Drum

    The Augustinian Revolution in Theology Book by Thomas Allin, 1911

    Modernism Book by Cardinal Mercier, 1910

    The Programme of Modernism: A Reply to the Encyclical of Pius X, Pascendi Dominici Gregis Translated from the Italian Anonymous author, 1908

    Medievalism: A Reply to Cardinal Mercier Book by George Tyrrell, 1908

    The Greek Fathers Book by Adrian Fortescue, 1908

    The Pope's Encyclical on Modernism By John T. Murphy, C S. Sp. Scroll to page 130. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 33, From January to October, 1908

    A Curious Heresy By Rev. Simon FitzSimons. Scroll to page 216. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 33, From January to October, 1908

    Mediaeval Theology, A Few Notes on Its Early History By J. de Ghellenck, S. J. Scroll to page 534. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 33, From January to October, 1908

    St. Cyprian and the "Libelli Martyrum" By Walter Dwight, SJ. Scroll to page 478. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 32, From January to October, 1907

    Didache By Solomon Schechter and Kaufmann Kohler in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    Theology By Kaufmann Kohler and Jacob Zallel Lauterbach in the Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906

    Manual of Theology for the Laity: Being a Brief, Clear, and Systematic Exposition of the Reason and Authority of Religion and a Practical Guide Book for All of Good Will Book by Peter Geiermann, C.SS.R., 1906

    The Neo-Scholastic Movement By Rev. F. Aveling. Scroll to page 19. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 31, From January to October, 1906

    Felicite de Lamennais : A Sketch By R. H. J. Steuart, S. J. Scroll to page 157. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 31, From January to October, 1906

    Who Are the Real Theologians? By Henry Woods, S. J. Scroll to page 357. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 30, From January to October, 1905

    The Condemnation of Four Works by the Abbe Loisy By Hugh Pope, O. P. Scroll to page 550. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 29, From January to October, 1904

    Where believers may doubt: Studies in Biblical inspiration and other problems of faith Book by Vincent McNabb, OP, 1903

    The Method of Theology Book by Eudoxe Irenee Edouard Mignot, Archbishop of Albi, 1902

    Origen and Greek Patristic Theology Book by Fr. William Fairweather, 1901

    Harnack and His Critics on the “De Aleatoribus” By G.H. Joyce, SJ. Scroll to page 675. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 26, From January to October, 1901

    On the Text of the Epistles of St. Ignatius By John Henry Cardinal Newman. Scroll to page 93. Tracts theological and ecclesiastical, 1899

    St. Cyril's Formula, mia fusis sesarkomein? By John Henry Cardinal Newman. Scroll to page 329. Tracts theological and ecclesiastical, 1899

    Tertullian's "Impossibile" By Rev. Hugh Henry. Scroll to the April issue, p. 79. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 24, From January to October, 1899

    Outlines of Dogmatic Theology, volume 1 Book by Sylvester Joseph Hunter, SJ, 1895
    Outlines of Dogmatic Theology, volume 2 Book by Sylvester Joseph Hunter, SJ, 1896
    Outlines of Dogmatic Theology, volume 3 Book by Sylvester Joseph Hunter, SJ, 1909

    Lacordaire and Lamennais By Fr. Reuben Parsons. Scroll to page 256. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 22, From January to October, 1897

    Christian Faith and Modern Science By John B. Hogan, SS. Scroll to page 382. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 22, From January to October, 1897

    Pastoral Theology Book by Fr. William Stang, 1897

    Catholic Dogma and Scientific Dogmatism By John A. Zahm, C.S.C. Scroll to page 434. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 15, From January to October, 1890

    A Catholic Dictionary: Containing Some Account of the Doctrine, Discipline, Rites, Ceremonies, Councils, and Religious Orders of the Catholic Church Book by William E. Addis and Thomas Arnold, 6th ed., with additions, 1887

    A Plea for Tradition By E. A. M., S.J. Scroll to page 409. The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 12, From January to October, 1887

    The Decay of Faith Four sermons preached by Fr. Michael Gavin, SJ, in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, on the Sunday afternoons of February, 1885

    Short Sermons for the Low Masses of Sunday, Compromising in Four Series: A Methodical Exposition of Christian Doctrine Book by F.X. Schouppe, SJ, 1884

    God the Teacher of Mankind: Popular Catholic Theology, Apologetical, Dogmatical, Moral, Liturgical, Pastoral, and Ascetical. Books by Michael Muller, C.SS.B.
    Volume 1: The Church and Her Enemies, 1880
    Volume 2: The Apostles Creed, 1880
    Volume 3: The Greatest and the First Commandment, 1881
    Volume 5: Dignity, Authority, and Duties of Parents. Ecclesiastical and Civil Powers, Their Enemy, 1883
    Volume 6: Grace and the Sacraments: Baptism, Confirmation, Extreme Unction, Holy Orders and Matrimony, 1883
    Volume 8: The Sacraments of the Holy Eucharist and Penance, 1884
    Volume 9: Sacramentals, prayer, vices and virtues; Christian perfection, 1883

    The Condemnation of Pope Honorius An essay, republished and newly arranged from the "Dublin review", with a few notes in reply to E.F. Willis, of Cuddesdon Theological College. Book by Fr. William George Ward, 1879

    A Course of Religious Instruction: Apologetic Dogmatic and Moral for the Use of Colleges and Schools Book by F.X. Schouppe, SJ, 1879

    On the Writings of St. Ephrem By Cardinal Wiseman. Scroll to page 269. In Essays on various subjects, volume 3, 1853

    Essays and Reviews: Chiefly on Theology, Politics, and Socialism Book by Orestes Augustus Brownson, 1852

    Catholic Thoughts on the Bible and Theology Anonymously and privately published book, 1841


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