L'IDEA DI RIVELAZIONE E LA TEOLOGIA DELLA STORIA DI BONAVENTURA di Joseph Ratzinger

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] THE IDEA OF REVELATION AND THE THEOLOGY OF THE HISTORY OF BONAVENTURA by Joseph Ratzinger

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] Volume II of the complete works of Joseph Ratzinger follows the first volume of his writings on the liturgy and collects his studies on the theology of Saint Bonaventure. In particular, part A of the volume presents his qualifying thesis of 1955 complete and divided into two parts: the first, Revelation and history of salvation in the doctrine of Saint Bonaventure, unpublished until now; the second, The Theology of the History of Saint Bonaventura, already published in a revised form in 1959, is now re-proposed as originally linked to the first. The essays which, with the articles for the lexicon, make up part B of the volume, derive in part from the deepening over the years of single themes of the thesis, in part from the elaboration of materials collected in the context of the study on Bonaventura and yet not directly linked to it in the content. Part C collects the long reviews, homilies and prefaces dedicated by Joseph Ratzinger over half a century to Bonaventure themes and works; not a few of them written by his pupils, evidently grasped by the enthusiasm, more, by the love transmitted to them by their master for the great Franciscan and Doctor of the Church, for whom theology is "motivated by the love of Him, to whom has given its consent "(Proemium in I Sent., q. 2).
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] THE IDEA OF REVELATION AND THE THEOLOGY OF THE HISTORY OF BONAVENTURA by Joseph Ratzinger
Original languageItalian
PublisherLibreria Editrice Vaticana
Number of pages1010
ISBN (Print)978882660035-2
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Keywords

  • teologia della politica
  • teologia della storia

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