What is Systematic Theology

@inproceedings{Doran2005WhatIS,
  title={What is Systematic Theology},
  author={R. Doran},
  year={2005}
}
In his classic work Method in Theology, Bernard Lonergan left many questions unanswered in regard to his treatment of systematics. In What Is Systematic Theology? Robert M. Doran attempts to articulate and respond to these questions. Doran begins by accepting four emphases presented by Lonergan concerning systematics: first, that its principal function is the hypothetical and analogical understanding of the mysteries of faith; second, that it should begin with those mysteries of faith that have… Expand
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