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Henri de Lubac and the Shaping of Modern Theology: A Reader. David Grumett

Henri de Lubac and the Shaping of Modern Theology: A Reader


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  • Henri de Lubac and the Shaping of Modern Theology: A Reader
  • David Grumett
  • Page: 431
  • Format: pdf, ePub, fb2, mobi
  • ISBN: 9781621643425
  • Publisher: Ignatius Press
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The French Jesuit Henri de Lubac (1896–1991) fought in the First World War yet lived to see the fall of Communism in Eastern Europe. As a Jesuit novice, he was a political exile, completing most of his formation overseas due to the restrictions imposed by the Third Republic. During World War II, he worked undercover to motivate spiritual resistance to Nazism, placing himself in grave danger. In the 1950s, de Lubac experienced internal exile within the Church, being forbidden to publish any theology. However, the Second Vatican Council brought his rehabilitation and he was later made a Cardinal. De Lubac's theological writings are voluminous, published across the twentieth century in a range of sometimes obscure locations. This is the first time his most important texts on the many different topics on which he wrote have been combined into a single volume. Drawing on a wide range of sources, including some only recently available, a major introduction sheds new light on de Lubac's work, on its intellectual, social, and political contexts, and on his life, especially his later years. Arranged by theme, in the order that de Lubac himself approved, the texts then follow, each with its own introduction and annotations. With the aim of encouraging further study, a compendium provides brief bibliographical details of the many patristic and medieval theologians whom de Lubac discusses. Includes an extended postscript that appraises the most important scholarship on de Lubac on the different themes covered by the texts. An index enables con- cepts used and authors cited in disparate parts of his oeuvre to be compared. The selected texts address the nature of faith, God, the Church, grace and nature, the Eucharist, and Scripture, as well as religion and Buddhism. A leader of the ressourcement movement, de Lubac brought patristic and medieval texts and theology to bear on pressing issues in theological anthropology, doctrine, ecclesiology, scriptural interpretation, and relations with the non-Christian religions. Being well- acquainted with political theory and philosophy, he diagnosed the pathologies of secular modernity and presented a Christian alternative.



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