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Introduction to Christianity

  title={Introduction to Christianity},
  author={Pope Benedict Xvi},
  • P. Xvi
  • Published 1968
  • Philosophy
65 Citations
Priest and Sacrifice: Self-Offering, Representation, and Sufficiency in the Priesthoods of the Judeo-Christian Tradition
ABSTRACT:This article considers the concepts of priesthood and sacrifice in the Judeo-Christian tradition as a manifestation of the call of humanity to enter into the dynamic of giving and receiving
The Trinity and the Church: Towards a Participatory Ecclesiological Vision
  • T. Lazić
  • Philosophy
    Towards an Adventist Version of Communio Ecclesiology
  • 2019
This chapter seeks to clarify the nature and scope of God’s involvement in the making of community. Two major approaches seem to be at the forefront of the contemporary ecclesiological conversation.
Looking Back at Newman
Modern Thought and the Sapiential Dimension of Philosophy
This is one of the most striking and important claims in all of Fides et Ratio. It seems to capture with admirable clarity the central task of the Catholic philosopher in the modern world. And yet
A criminal’s confession: comparing rival ethics in crime and punishment (F. Dostoevsky)
Abstract Dostoevsky and Nietzsche, following different paths, both envisage the Übermensch. Two years before going mad, Nietzsche read some of the great Russian novelist’s works. The aim of this