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Searching for God
Catholic Theology Past & Present

Searching for God draws upon the traditional categories of systematic theology as it guides readers through the Catholic theological thought process involved in the search for God. At each step we examine the work of a past thinker from the time of the early church up to the early twentieth century, and a present thinker whose works are often required reading in theology courses. Not only do readers have the opportunity to critically evaluate several important theological works in the Catholic tradition, they can also enter into dialogue with those works as they engage in their own search for God. Among the ten categories represented are: Bible: Hearing God-Past: Hugh of St. Victor, Noah's Ark (ca. 1130)Present: Sandra Schneiders, The Revelatory Text (1999)Christ II: Understanding God (Dogmatic Approach)-Past: Cyril of Alexandria, On the Unity of Christ (429)Present: Roger Haight, Jesus: Symbol of God (1999)Religions of the World: Listening for GodPast: Jean DaniƩlou, The Salvation of the Nations (1946)Present: Raimon Panikkar, The Experience of God (2006)

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