Doctrine & Life Special Issue
Bible study, both academic and pastoral, is now a shared interest and responsibility across Christian traditions, though it once divided the Churches.
The Vatican II Constitution on Divine Revelation, Dei Verbum, gave impetus to a process which began earlier in the twentieth century. Catholic scholars joined their Anglican and Protestant colleagues in exploring the insights made available by discoveries in archaeology and in applying historical- critical tools to the biblical texts.
By Yves Congar Clearance Sale - Save €40.00 - Now only €20.00 Yves Congar was a theological advisor to the preparatory commission for Vatican II, and attended all sessions of the Council (1962-1965) as a theological expert. His daily journal...
By John F. Deane Give Dust a Tongue is a memoir that views the spiritual developments of an internationally acclaimed poet, from the strict Roman Catholic of his upbringing on Achill Island, through years spent in a Spiritan Seminary studying for...