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by Matthew Levering
Author: Matthew Levering
Publisher: The Catholic University of America Press (April 16, 2012)
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The doctrinal richness of Paul's letter to the Romans was well known to the church fathers.
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Written by leading experts on Aquinas's theology, the essays in Reading John with St. .Reading Romans with St. Thomas Aquinas. Thomas Aquinas bear common witness to a central theological conviction: the tasks of biblical exegesis and speculative theology. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
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Perry Family Foundation Professor of Theology Matthew Levering; Michael Dauphinais.
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The sixteen contributors include First Things writers Robert Louis Wilken, Bruce Marshall, Hans Boersma, and Geoffrey Wainwright, as well as Markus Bockmuehl, and Mary Healy. Aquinas builds on Augustine to examine Paul's treatment of grace, specifically the way it is manifested
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As a complement to the many short introductions to St. Thomas’s philosophy, this book fills a gap in the . Thomas’s philosophy, this book fills a gap in the literature on Thomas-a comprehensive introduction to his thought written by theologians. Focusing upon the Summa Theologiae, Dauphinais and Levering illumine the profoundly biblical foundations of Thomas’s powerful vision of reality.
St. Thomas Aquinas produced his commentary on Romans near the end of his life while working on the Summa theologiae and commenting on Aristotle. The doctrinal richness of Paul's letter to the Romans was well known to the church fathers, including Origen and Augustine, on whom Aquinas drew for his commentary. With this rich collection of essays by leading scholars, both Catholic and Protestant, Aquinas's commentary will become a major resource for ecumenical biblical and theological discussion.
Authored by theologians, historians, and biblical scholars, Reading Romans with St. Thomas Aquinas contributes to a historical reconstruction of Aquinas's exegesis and theology by addressing such topics as: the Holy Spirit, the Church, the faith of Abraham, worship, preaching, justification, sin and grace, predestination, Paul's apostolic vocation, the Jewish people, human sexuality, the relationship of flesh and spirit in the human person, the literal sense of Scripture, Paul's use of the Old Testament, and the relationship of Aquinas's commentary on Romans to his Summa theologiae.
This volume fits within the contemporary reappropriation of St. Thomas Aquinas, which emphasizes his use of Scripture and the teachings of the church fathers without neglecting his philosophical insight.
Contributors: Bernhard Blankenhorn, Markus Bockmuehl, Hans Boersma, John F. Boyle, Edgardo Colón-Emeric , Holly Taylor Coolman, Adam Cooper, Michael Dauphinais, Gilles Emery, Scott W. Hahn, John A. Kincaid, Mary Healy, Matthew Levering, Bruce Marshall, Charles Raith II, Geoffrey Wainwright, Michael Waldstein, and Robert Louis Wilken
ABOUT THE EDITORS:
Matthew Levering is professor of theology at the University of Dayton. Michael Dauphinais is academic dean and associate professor of theology at Ave Maria University. Each has authored or edited numerous works; together they have written Holy People, Holy Land: A Theological Introduction to the Bible and edited Reading John with St. Thomas Aquinas: Theological Exegesis and Speculative Theology.