Scripture as the Soul of Theology

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Liturgical Press, 2005 - 96 pages

Scripture as the Soul of Theology offers Christians the opportunity to share the insights and wisdom of recent biblical scholarship. Presented at a Saint Michal's College conference in 2002, the essays provide the lay reader with a fresh look at biblical spirituality and ethics, among other topics.

Chapters include Biblical Foundations of Spirituality, by Sandra Schneiders, IHM; *New Testament Foundations for Christian Ethics - by Frank J. Matera; *Women in the New Testament: The Example of Romans 16 - by Bonnie Thurston; *Persevering in the Perfect Law of Liberty: Scriptural Resources for Pastoral Care - by John Shea; and *Scripture as the Soul of Theology: A Reprise - by Wilfrid Harrington, OP.

Edward J. Mahoney, PhD, is director of graduate theology and pastoral ministry, and associate professor in the religious studies department, as well as associate dean at Saint Michal's College in Colchester, Vermont. Contributing authors include Paul E. Couture, SSE, Edward J. Mahoney, Sandra Schneiders, IHM, Frank J. Matera, Bonnie Thurston, John Shea, and Wilfrid Harrington, OP.

 

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Contents

New Testament Foundations for Christian Ethics
23
The Example of Romans 16
40
A Repris
84
Contributors
90
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Edward J. Mahoney, PhD, is director of graduate theology and pastoral ministry, and associate professor in the religious studies department, as well as associate dean at Saint Michael's College in Colchester, Vermont. Contributing authors include Paul E. Couture, SSE, Edward J. Mahoney, Sandra Schneiders, IHM, Frank J. Matera, Bonnie Thurston, John Shea, and Wilfrid Harrington, OP.

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