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A collection of articles and talks written around a central theme the fundamental structure of Christianity: Catholicism, the inter-relationship of other forms of Christianity, the features that distinguish Catholicism from other Christian theologies. Ratzinger outlines the fundamental principles of theology and the proper relationship of theology to Church teaching and au A collection of articles and talks written around a central theme the fundamental structure of Christianity: Catholicism, the inter-relationship of other forms of Christianity, the features that distinguish Catholicism from other Christian theologies. Ratzinger outlines the fundamental principles of theology and the proper relationship of theology to Church teaching and authority.


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A collection of articles and talks written around a central theme the fundamental structure of Christianity: Catholicism, the inter-relationship of other forms of Christianity, the features that distinguish Catholicism from other Christian theologies. Ratzinger outlines the fundamental principles of theology and the proper relationship of theology to Church teaching and au A collection of articles and talks written around a central theme the fundamental structure of Christianity: Catholicism, the inter-relationship of other forms of Christianity, the features that distinguish Catholicism from other Christian theologies. Ratzinger outlines the fundamental principles of theology and the proper relationship of theology to Church teaching and authority.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Moellering

    Typically brilliant Benedict XVI. Able to survey the theological currents of the 20th Century and separate wheat and chaff. Not an easy read, but fruitful. I wish the translator had at least parenthetically translated the frequent Latin.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Colin Parrish

    The previous gentleman to review this book gave a link to some spurious website concerning the heretical errors contained in this book. Unfortunately that website isn't the best source for determining the orthodox nature of a theological work. However, having said that, this book is very erudite if not dense, yet it is very fruitful. Also, this book is a series of essays written over a ten year period which concern fundamental theology. FT is a branch of theology in the Catholic Church whereby, The previous gentleman to review this book gave a link to some spurious website concerning the heretical errors contained in this book. Unfortunately that website isn't the best source for determining the orthodox nature of a theological work. However, having said that, this book is very erudite if not dense, yet it is very fruitful. Also, this book is a series of essays written over a ten year period which concern fundamental theology. FT is a branch of theology in the Catholic Church whereby, as a discipline, seeks to muster together the different aspects of revelation and theology and clarify them for those inside the Church and for dialogue with those outside as well. Think of Fundamental Theology as both the State and Defense departments of the tradition of the Catholic Church. Ratzinger was a major contributor to it but it was 'founded' by Henri de Lubac in the mid-1930's. It is still developing and is in its nascent stages. Some sections of the book to check out: Part 1: Tradition, anthropology of. Baptism Conversion-metanoia Part 2: Ecumenism with Protestantism and ecclesiology. Sacramental theology including the priesthood as necessary mediator-relationship. Part 3: Experience as basis for any faith. Science in relation to theology. This book is a very nuanced work and can be dense, so I hope that these sections can be fruitful reads to encourage you to continue through the end.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alan

    See: Bro. Peter Dimond, O.S.B.'s analysis of the heresies in this book and Bp. Tissier's Faith Imperiled by Reason: Benedict XVI's Hermeneutics See: Bro. Peter Dimond, O.S.B.'s analysis of the heresies in this book and Bp. Tissier's Faith Imperiled by Reason: Benedict XVI's Hermeneutics

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