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Amazing Church: A Catholic Theologian Remembers a Half-Century of Change epub

by Gregory Baum


Amazing Church: A Catholic Theologian Remembers a Half-Century of Change epub

ISBN: 2895075700

ISBN13: 978-2895075707

Author: Gregory Baum

Category: Bibles

Subcategory: Catholicism

Language: English

Publisher: Novalis (June 1, 2005)

Pages: 175 pages

ePUB book: 1438 kb

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Amazing Church : A Catholic Theologian Remembers a Half-Century of Change. Gregory Baum responds with a resounding "yes," exploring and analyzing key areas where, over the past fifty years, the Church has done just that. Affirming the universality of God's grace, human rights and religious liberty, the option for the poor, the validity of the ancient covenant with the Jews and a new openness to religious pluralism, official Catholic teaching has undergone profound transformation

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Amazing Church: A Catholic Theologian Remembers A Half Century Of Change. Gregory Baum (1923-2017) was professor emeritus in the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University and the author of Fernand Dumont: A Sociologist Turns to Theology and Truth and Relevance: Catholic Theology in French Quebec since the Quiet Revolution.

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Gregory Baum, Canada’s preeminent Catholic theologian, died peacefully in Montreal this week at the age of 9. As a peritus, or conciliar theologian, Baum helped to craft the council’s decrees on ecumenism and relations with non-Christian faiths, thus contributing to the church’s newfound respect for and openness to Protestant Christianity and Judaism, marking a hopeful break from centuries of baleful religious hostility and intolerance.

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lt; Gregory Baum was one of Roman Catholicism's outstanding theologians of the 20th century, who let the Holy Spirit – rather than the institutional church – direct his restless, curious mind and could never understand why it landed him so consistently in controversy, criticism and vilification.