Tractatus Canonicus De Matrimo

Autore: Pietro 1852-1934 Gasparri
Editore: Wentworth Press
ISBN: 9781371829032
Grandezza: 75,88 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 1822
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De Ecclesia

Autore: Jan Hus
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 47,27 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 4799
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Theories Of Culture

Autore: Kathryn Tanner
Editore: Fortress Press
ISBN: 9781451412369
Grandezza: 39,21 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
Vista: 2497
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Since the 1970s exciting new directions in the study of culture have erupted to critique and displace earlier, largely static notions. These more dynamic models stress the indeterminate, fragmented, even conflictual character of cultural processes and completely alter the framework for thinking theologically about them. In fact, Tanner argues, the new orientation in cultural theory and anthropology affords fresh opportunities for religious thought and opens new vistas for theology, especially on how Christians conceive of the theological task, theological diversity and inculturation, and even Christianity's own cultural identity.

Jesus Of Nazareth

Autore: Pope Benedict XVI
Editore: Image
ISBN: 038552434X
Grandezza: 72,97 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
Vista: 4206
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“This book is . . . my personal search ‘for the face of the Lord.’” –Benedict XVI In this bold, momentous work, the Pope––in his first book written as Benedict XVI––seeks to salvage the person of Jesus from recent “popular” depictions and to restore Jesus’ true identity as discovered in the Gospels. Through his brilliance as a theologian and his personal conviction as a believer, the Pope shares a rich, compelling, flesh-and-blood portrait of Jesus and incites us to encounter, face-to-face, the central figure of the Christian faith. From Jesus of Nazareth: “. . . the great question that will be with us throughout this entire book: But what has Jesus really brought, then, if he has not brought world peace, universal prosperity, and a better world? What has he brought? The answer is very simple: God. He has brought God! He has brought the God who once gradually unveiled his countenance first to Abraham, then to Moses and the prophets, and then in the wisdom literature–the God who showed his face only in Israel, even though he was also honored among the pagans in various shadowy guises. It is this God, the God of Abraham, of Isaac, and of Jacob, the true God, whom he has brought to the peoples of the earth. He has brought God, and now we know his face, now we can call upon him. Now we know the path that we human beings have to take in this world. Jesus has brought God and with God the truth about where we are going and where we come from: faith, hope, and love.”

Modus Vetus

Autore: Lars Edlund
Editore: Beekman Books Incorporated
ISBN: 9780846441571
Grandezza: 32,33 MB
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Vista: 1111
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Seek That Which Is Above

Autore: Joseph Ratzinger
Editore: Ignatius Press
ISBN: 9781586171872
Grandezza: 20,17 MB
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Vista: 8245
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Presents a series of meditations on Christian life, focusing on such events of the church year as Advent, Lent, and Corpus Christi, and discussing such topics as the nature of peace and the relationship between spirit and matter.

Christian Worship In East And West

Autore: Herman Wegman
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 73,93 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 6827
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Jesuit Books In The Low Countries 1540 1773

Autore: Paul Begheyn
Editore: Peeters Pub & Booksellers
ISBN: 9789042923065
Grandezza: 67,17 MB
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This volume deals with books, published in the Low Countries, presently housed in the Maurits Sabbe Library, K.U.Leuven (Belgium). The seventy book reviews, written by some fifty specialised scholars, convey an idea of the richness of the Jesuitica collection at this library, which includes the large Jesuitica collections of the Flemish and Dutch Jesuits, introducing the research community to the plethora of possibilities for further inquiry. The selection comprises a great variety of topics: organization and history of the Society, theology in all its aspects, education, missions, history, geography and science. Even pamphlets and books in which the Jesuits are the object of slander are dealt with. Not only does this book provide a glimpse of the many local and foreign Jesuits and the contexts in which they operated during those centuries, but it equally sheds light on the Low Countries book production in the period of the 'Old Society', 1540-1773.

The Italian Renaissance State

Autore: Andrea Gamberini
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781107010123
Grandezza: 31,20 MB
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Vista: 8988
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This magisterial study proposes a revised and innovative view of the political history of Renaissance Italy. Drawing on comparative examples from across the peninsula and the kingdoms of Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica, an international team of leading scholars highlights the complexity and variety of the Italian world from the fourteenth to early sixteenth centuries, surveying the mosaic of kingdoms, principalities, signorie and republics against a backdrop of wider political themes common to all types of state in the period. The authors address the contentious problem of the apparent weakness of the Italian Renaissance political system. By repositioning the Renaissance as a political, rather than simply an artistic and cultural phenomenon, they identify the period as a pivotal moment in the history of the state, in which political languages, practices and tools, together with political and governmental institutions, became vital to the evolution of a modern European political identity.