Theological Reflections of a Christian Philosopher

The essays which follow, as theological reflections of a Christian the ontological reality of philosopher, are essays of inquiry concerning and underlying truths revealed by God. Divine revelation of course cannot be encompassed within a few dogmatic formulae in any ade­ quate manner; it is the myst...

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Main Author: Sikora, Joseph John
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 1970, 1970
Edition:1st ed. 1970
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Am I a Philosopher or a Theologian ?
  • 2. Some Remarks on Theological Method
  • 3. Faith and Intersubjectivity
  • I. Introduction
  • II. The So-Called “Traditional” Doctrine and Its Difficulties
  • III. Some Post-Vatican I Tendencies
  • IV. Affective Connaturality and Intersubjectivity
  • V. Intersubjectivity and Human Belief
  • VI. Intersubjectivity and Divine Revelation
  • VII. The Faith of Pure Intersubjectivity
  • appendix. The New Testament and Interpersonal Faith
  • 4. The Trinity
  • I. Three Persons — One Nature
  • II. Are the Persons Relations or Absolutes ?
  • III. The Self-Consciousness of the Three Persons
  • 5. The Hypostatic Union and the Consciousness of Christ
  • 6. The Finite Supernatural and Its Modes
  • 7. The Ways of Grace Outside the Church
  • 8. The Basic Moral Option and the Ambience of Grace
  • 9. Liturgy and the Spirit of Man
  • 10. Sacraments and Encounter
  • Analysis of the Sacrament as Cause of Grace
  • Encounter
  • Encounter, Communion, and Dial