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Evangelization for the Third Millennium

Evangelization for the Third Millennium is a collection of ten essays based on lectures given by Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, over the past decade. Targeting today?s critical issues in the field, the essays include ?Evangelization: New Testament through Vatican II,? ?Paul VI, John Paul II, and the New Evangelization,? ?Evangelization and Ecumenism,? ?The Evangelization of Culture and the Catholic University,? and many others. As in his earlier groundbreaking books, Models of the Church and Models of Revelation, this work uses models as a basis for theological reflection to explore the continuity and development of thought of current trends in evangelization, catechesis, and apologetics.?Cardinal Dulles maintained that Pope Paul VI?s 1975 apostolic exhortation on evangelization, Evangelii nuntiandi, was one of his greatest and most important contributions to the life of the Church in our time. It was his hope that the present book would play a role in revitalizing this subject, and for this reason he devoted the last days of his life to working on it.??From the PrefaceAnne-Marie Kirmse, OPAssistant to Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ ?Since 1988, Cardinal Dulles has been not only one of Fordham?s hardest-working scholars, but perhaps the most productive and respected American Catholic theologian of our time.??Patrick Carey William J. Kelly, SJ, Chair in Catholic Theology Marquette University Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, was the Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society at Fordham University from 1988 until his death on December 12, 2008. Over the past twenty years, he delivered thirty-eight McGinley lectures at Fordham, along with countless other talks across the United States and worldwide. A renowned theologian, academic, and author, Avery Dulles, SJ, was elevated to the College of Cardinals by Pope John Paul II on February 21, 2001, in recognition of his theological accomplishments.

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