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n humanity's attempt to explain the nature and ways of god in a temporal framework.
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For an adequate address of the role of sacrament from within a postmodern perspective, the following issues would also have to be dealt with at length: (1) More explanation of the relation of Scripture and sacrament to Church; (2) more explanation of the inclusion of the body and bodily ritual in sacramental exchange; (3) a better attention to hermeneutical issues, within a greater attention to the histories of sacramental tradition and the event character of sacrament; (4) more attention to the limits of God-talk, which emerge through an analysis of language, and which could be integrated into the appeal to the analogy of being; (5) more reference to the Holy Spirit in an understanding of sacrament and also in a theology of God.
succeeds in outlining a Christian theology of God that names the thorniest of modern issues, both ecclesial and societal, that threaten the content of the faith with practical irrelevance.
5 statement from the College Theology Society, which represents undergraduate theology faculty, is the latest in a months-long saga over Johnson's book Quest for the Living God: Mapping Frontiers in the Theology of God, which the bishops first blasted in March.
In so doing, he revitalized Catholicism's theology of God.
Elizabeth Johnson, author of Quest for the Living God: Mapping Frontiers in the Theology of God.
He supports a panentheist view and the recovery of a trinitarian theology of God.
Elizabeth Johnson over her book Quest for the Living God: Mapping Frontiers in the Theology of God escalated in late October.
The bishops asserted that Johnson's 2007 book on the Trinity, Quest for the Living God: Mapping Frontiers in the Theology of God, "completely undermines the Gospel and the faith of those who believe in the Gospel.
The theology of God in the First Part of the ST is a propaedeutic to the revealed Trinity.
asked the bishops to form a committee to investigate the procedures that led to the rebuke of Johnson's Quest for the Living God: Mapping Frontiers in the Theology of God.