1 edition of A psychological approach to sacramentarianism found in the catalog.
A psychological approach to sacramentarianism
Leicester Rupert Potter
Written in English
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1942.
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In this comprehensive work about Catholicism's struggle to accept the field of psychology, Gillespie, a Jesuit priest, discusses his belief that it is a critical time within American Catholicism's effort to understand and integrate the central tenets of psychological and psychoanalytic by: Sacramentarianism synonyms, Sacramentarianism pronunciation, Sacramentarianism translation, English dictionary definition of Sacramentarianism.
One who regards the consecrated bread and wine of the Eucharist as only the metaphorical, and not the physical, body and blood of Jesus.
I believe that the Human Givens approach gives the psychological therapeutic community an opportunity to ask itself some difficult questions. It throws up a challenge to dogmatic psychology which is well over due, and it offers some interesting, useful and therapeutically beneficial understandings and techniques that we can all benefit from.
There are some interesting chapters in this book but it reads like an apology for Fundamental Theology and repackages it for the modern age. It takes some concepts of fundamental theology like the personal God, revelation (general and specific), etc.
Simply put, the premise of this book is that the church has allowed itself to become overwhelmed with psychology. This is not truly new. Karl Menninger challenged both the clergy and the psychogists to consider a similar concept over twenty five years ago.5/5(2).
Tremendously helpful overview of Catholic fundamental theology. In a clear, well-organized, and (painlessly) systematic and historical treatment, Nichols presents the foundational ideas for the task of Catholic theology, namely, the necessary habits, the approach to philosophy, scripture, tradition, guides for discernment (experience, magisterium)/5.
porary trinitarian theologies. Balthasars approach to the mys tery of the Trinity through Jesus' paschal mystery also raises a challenge to the psychological analogy and to systematics in general. The author suggests, however, that the psychological model, appropriately transposed in light of Lonergan and.
Reconceiving Personality Theory from a Catholic Christian Perspective Major secular theories of personality, e.g. Freudian, Jungian, Rogerian, are briefly identified and their typically unnoticed.
Christian Psychology and Theology QUESTION: Christian Psychology – Back to Theology and Philosophy ANSWER: According to Time, the field of psychology is rethinking and retooling. Instead of constantly dwelling on what makes people mentally ill, the shift is toward what makes people mentally healthy, positive, joyful, and happy to be alive.
“Studies show that those who believe in life after. Arianism (âr´ēənĬz´əm), Christian heresy founded by Arius in the 4th cent. It was one of the most widespread and divisive heresies in the history of Christianity.
As a priest in Alexandria, Arius taught (c) that God created, before all things, a Son who was the first creature, but who was neither equal to nor coeternal with the Father. OCLC Number: Notes: "Authorities quoted in the text": p.
xxiii. Description: xxiii, pages 22 cm: Contents: Part One: Preliminary investigations --Chapter problem --The period under review is that of the church prior to Paul; it is difficult to designate, for the term "primitive" is used in ambiguous ways --Church origins may be studied from the dogmatic, the ecclesiastical.
Grace Upon Grace: Sacramental Theology and the Christian Life - eBook () by Gregory Neal Hear about sales, receive special offers & more. You can unsubscribe at any : Ebook. Opposition from the World.
Saint Paul’s martyrdom—and the martyrdom of all Christians, beginning with Christ Himself—shows just how opposed the world is to the truth that Christ preached about the reality of sin, our slavery to sin, and our need to trust entirely in divinedespite the persecution it received, the Church stood as a sanctuary from the debauchery and impiety of.
This short book offers a survey of recent philosophy and how its different patterns of thought have influenced Catholic theologians. Rooted in the questions raised by Vatican I and the directions pointed by Vatican II, Philosophy and Catholic Theologyshows how theology has developed over the past two centuries and how it builds on the foundations philosophy has laid since the Middle Ages and.
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How do we deal with the many. It probably goes without saying that if Gilles Emery and Matthew Levering put a book together on Thomas Aquinas, it will make a substantial contribution to research and reinforce promising recent shifts in the interpretation of the great Dominican master.
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The Foundational Stage The foundations were laid by those who sketched the general outlines of this way of doing Size: KB. Prof. Herrick, Denison Quarterly,and Psychological Review, March,advocates what he calls dynamism, which he regards as the only alternative to a materialistic dualism which posits matter, and a God above and distinct from matter.
He claims Author: Augustus Hopkins Strong. General Principles of Sacramental Theology addresses a current lacuna in English-language theological d Leeming's highly respected book Principles of Sacramental Theology was published more than sixty years that time, there has been a noted decrease, especially in English-language sacramental theology, in treatments of the basic topics and Author: Taylor O'neill.
On the one hand, the book is a grand objective revelation of a unique life, the story of the self-revelation of the Son of God, of the revelation of the Father in Jesus Christ, moving onward to its consummation through the contrasted developments of faith and unbelief on the part of them who received Him, and on the part of them who received.method in ecclesiology and approach them from a perspective heavily influenced by the thought of Bernard Lonergan.
Colleagues and students have suggested the usefulness of gathering them in one place and I am grateful to Fred Lawrence for providing a place for them in the supplementary volumes of the Lonergan Workshop.Theology and Ecclesiology Theology has been described as “faith seeking understanding,” and ecclesiology is the study of the Church.
does not pretend to cover either of these areas in any kind of systematic fashion.