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Two Medieval Soteriologies: Anselm Of Canterbury And Julian Of Norwich, Joan Nuth Nov 1992

Two Medieval Soteriologies: Anselm Of Canterbury And Julian Of Norwich, Joan Nuth

Joan M. Nuth

Compares the soteriologies of Anselm of Canterbury and Julian of Norwich. Immense influence of Anselm's `Cur Deus Homo' upon the development of soteriology; Julian's `Showings' as an important medieval soteriological study alongside with `Cur Deus Homo'; Similarities which bring closer together the seemingly extreme justice-rationalism of Anselm and the unseemingly unqualified universalism of Julian.


The Social And Political Role Of The Orthodox Church In Post-Communist Russia, Paul Valliere Dec 1991

The Social And Political Role Of The Orthodox Church In Post-Communist Russia, Paul Valliere

Paul Valliere

No abstract available.

Note: Link is to the article on the publisher’s web site, which is available in full text for a fee.


"The Changing Face Of American Catholic Nationalism", Michael Budde Dec 1991

"The Changing Face Of American Catholic Nationalism", Michael Budde

Michael Budde

No abstract provided.


What Is ‘Buddhist Logic’?, Kennard Lipman Dec 1991

What Is ‘Buddhist Logic’?, Kennard Lipman

Kennard Lipman

No abstract provided.


Review Of The Emergence Of Liberation Theology: Radical Religion And Social Movement Theory, Thomas Schubeck Dec 1991

Review Of The Emergence Of Liberation Theology: Radical Religion And Social Movement Theory, Thomas Schubeck

Thomas L. Schubeck S.J.

No abstract provided.


The Two Churches: Catholicism And Capitalism In The World System, Michael Budde Dec 1991

The Two Churches: Catholicism And Capitalism In The World System, Michael Budde

Michael Budde

The single most important change now well under way within Catholicism is its transition from a First World to a Third World entity. How this enormous shift will affect the Catholic church's role in the world economy is the subject of Michael L. Budde's book, the first world systems study of the mutual interaction of religion and political economy in the 1990s. Budde's argument here is twofold. He contends that world Catholicism, led by its Third World majority (most notably in Latin America), will continue to develop in an increasingly anticapitalist direction; and he suggests that once-dominant ...


The Other And The Stranger In Biblical And Rabbinic Tradition, Asher Finkel Dec 1991

The Other And The Stranger In Biblical And Rabbinic Tradition, Asher Finkel

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

This article examines the concepts of the "other" and the "stranger" in the Biblical and Rabbinic tradition.


Text And Redaction In Jeremiah's Oracles Against The Nations, James W. Watts Dec 1991

Text And Redaction In Jeremiah's Oracles Against The Nations, James W. Watts

James Watts

No abstract provided.