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Christ and History : The Christology of Bernard Lonergan from 1935 to 1982.

Author/Creator:
Crowe, S.J., Frederick E.
Publication:
Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2015.
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1 online resource (281 pages)
Series:
Lonergan Studies
Lonergan Studies
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Subjects:
Lonergan, Bernard J. F.
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Summary:
Crowe presents the evolution of Lonergan's thinking on Christology in the context of the radical developments contained within his other theological writings.
Contents:
Cover
Table of Contents
Prologue: In Search of History
1. A Few Metaphors
2. History as Architectonic Idea
2.1. The Letter to the Ephesians
2.2. Historical Causality
2.3. Unity in Christ
3. The Plan of This Essay
4. A Bias Confessed
Chapter 1: Lonergan's Religion, and His Theology
1. Montreal, 1940-46
2. Toronto, 1947-53
3. A Believing Theology
4. The Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius Loyola
Chapter 2: The Christology of 1935
1. Excursus on the Terms 'Dogma' and 'Geist'
2. The Role of History
Chapter 3: Causality in Sacraments and Sacrifice
1. Some Contextual Data
2. Causality in the Sacraments
2.1. The Mimeo Notes of 1940-41
2.2. The Course of 1943-44
3. Causality in Christ's Sacrifice
Chapter 4: First Courses in Christology: 1948, 1952
1. The Course of 1948
2. The Course of 1952
3. Mariology
Chapter 5: First Courses at the Gregorian University
1. 'De ratione convenientiae' (1954)
2. The Ontological and Psychological Constitution of Christ (1964)
2.1. Metaphysics of the Hypostatic Union
2.2. The Consciousness of Christ
3. Appendix to Chapter 5: The Boyer-Lonergan Relationship
Chapter 6: De Verbo incarnato
1. Structure of De Verbo incarnato
2. Scripture and De Verbo incarnato
3. 'De argumento theologico ex sacra scriptura'
4. Consciousness of Christ
5. Knowledge Had by Christ
6. The Liberty of Christ
7. Redemption
Chapter 7: Critique of Scholasticism
1. Point of Arrival
2. German Historical School
3. '...twenty-five years under impossible conditions'
4. 'Sed contra ...': Praise for Scholasticism
Chapter 8: Modernism, Dogma, Truth
1. Dogma and the Councils
2. Transcendence of Truth
Chapter 9: 'De bono et malo'
1. Text, Date, Title
2. Chapters 1 to 4
3. Chapters 5 to 6.
4. 1958 Lecture on Redemption
Chapter 10: 'Una Parola Nuova'
1. The Thread: From 'De methodis' to 'Method'
2. Some Nodules
2.1. The Human and Historical Life of Christ
2.2. Historical Causality: The Question Raised
2.3. Incarnate Meaning
2.4. Mediation of Christ in Prayer
2.5. 'Being in Christ Jesus'
2.6. The New Lonergan Emerging: Various Papers
2.7. Method in Theology
Chapter 11: The New Christology, 1971-1975
1. Harvard and Regis, 1971-73
2. Boston College, 1974
3. Laval University, 1975
3.1. Psychology
3.2. Philosophy
3.3. History
3.4. Christology: A Religious Question
3.5. Christology: The Theological Question
3.6. The Meaning of Chalcedon
3.7. Person Today
3.8. Conclusion
4. Elements of a Might-have-been Christology, 1975-82
Chapter 12: Lonergan and History in General
1. The History That Happens
2. History and the 'Essential' Lonergan
Chapter 13: Christ and History: 'Via receptionis'
1. God's Entry into History
2. Dialectic in Human Reception
3. Development in Human Reception
4. Changing Times, Changing Church, Changing Thought
5. 'Philosophy and the Religious Phenomenon'
Chapter 14: Christ and Historical Causality: 'Via motionis'
1. Christianity and Culture
2. Christianity and Religion
3. Christianity and Preaching
4. Christianity and Religious Orders
5. Christianity and the Virtues
6. 'What Am I to Do?'
Chapter 15: History, Faith, and the New Fundamental Theology
1. Belief in God: The Old Apologetics and the New
2. Belief in Christ: The New Fundamental Christology
3. Fresh Air and Windows
3.1. What Windows? What Fresh Air?
3.2. Nicea Emerges from the New Testament
3.3. The New Testament Emerges from the Historical Jesus
3.4. The Historical Jesus
4. Summary and Reflections.
Chapter 16: Christianity and World Religions
1. Vatican II and New Interests
2. Universal Salvific Will
3. Recent Opinions
4. What Is Specifically Christian?
5. Ultimate Differentiating Factor
6. Universal Import of Christianity
7. Ultimate Divine Purpose
Epilogue: Beyond History to the Secret Counsels of God
Endnotes
Notes to Prologue
Notes to Chapter 1
Notes to Chapter 2
Notes to Chapter 3
Notes to Chapter 4
Notes to Chapter 5
Notes to Chapter 6
Notes to Chapter 7
Notes to Chapter 8
Notes to Chapter 9
Notes to Chapter 10
Notes to Chapter 11
Notes to Chapter 12
Notes to Chapter 13
Notes to Chapter 14
Notes to Chapter 15
Notes to Chapter 16
Notes to Epilogue
Bibliography of Works of Lonergan
Code Letters for References
Index of Names and Concepts
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Acknowledgments.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Crowe, S.J., Frederick E. Christ and History
ISBN:
9781487510695
9781487520212
OCLC:
929628821