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Nature and grace : resources for a theology of grace in the theology of Gregory Palamas, Thomas Aquinas and Martin Luther

By Stephen John O'Leary


Bibliography: leaves 119-124.This project arises out of an interest in the theology of grace and the theological question of the relationship between nature and grace. It rests on the conviction that a complete theology of grace can only be developed if due account is taken of the different approaches to the theology of grace adopted by the three main Christian traditions, namely Orthodoxy, Catholicism and Protestantism. It is axiomatic to this project that an adequately complete theology of grace which draws on all three traditions has not yet been developed. Another central conviction on which this project rests is that the position adopted on a fundamental theme like nature and grace will determine to a large extent one's position on less fundamental themes. This is an attempt, then, to show how the ideas of three formative theologians on "nature and grace" can benefit the development of a comprehensive doctrine of grace today

Topics: Religious Studies
Publisher: Department of Religious Studies
Year: 1985
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