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Letter & Spirit: A Journal of Catholic Biblical Theology, Vol. 12: According to the Scriptures: The Mystery of Christ in the History of Salvation

Format: Digital
ISBN: 15554147

Overview

Letter & Spirit is an annual journal of Catholic Biblical Theology. We strive to publish work that is academically rigorous but accessible to the motivated lay reader. This twelfth volume, According to the Scriptures: The Mystery of Christ in the History of Salvation, is focused on current exegesis as well as the pre-modern reception of St. Paul.

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Key Features

  • Analyzes historical trends in biblical interprepation
  • Examines various views of Pauline theology
  • Explores Romans 5:12 and the doctrine of Original Sin

Contents

  • “The Diffusion of Death: Romans 5:12 and Original Sin” by Scott W. Hahn and Curtis J. Mitch
  • “New Covenant Justification by Cardiac Righteousness: An Augustinian Perspective on Pauline Justification” by John A. Kincaid
  • “Paul’s Rhetorical Purpose in Ephesians 4:9–10: Upsilon Vector Mimesis” by William Bales
  • “Mystical Marriage as Temple Service in Ephesians” by André Villeneuve
  • “Saint Basil’s Debt to Saint Paul” by Stephen M. Hildebrand
  • “A Few Obscure Men: Augustine’s Reception of Saint Paul’s Ignobilitas” by David Vincent Meconi, S.J.
  • “The Spiritual Experience of Saint Paul in the Monastic Theology of Saint Bernard” by Thomas Esposito, O.Cist.
  • “Exegesis and Ecclesiology in Augustine’s City of God” by John C. Cavadini
  • “The Justice of God, Principle of the History of Salvation” by Stanislas Lyonnet, S.J.

Contributors

Product Details

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Scott Hahn (born October 28, 1957) is a contemporary author, theologian, and Catholic apologist. His works include Rome Sweet Home and The Lamb’s Supper: The Mass as Heaven on Earth. He currently teaches at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, a Catholic university in the United States.

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