The Priority of Christ: Toward a Postliberal Catholicism
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Barron, Robert Hardcover

A Major Statement on Christology from Bishop Robert Barron For a long time, Christians have tried to bridge the divide between Christianity and secular liberalism with philosophy and theology. Bishop Robert Barron shows that the answer to this...+

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A Major Statement on Christology from Bishop Robert Barron
For a long time, Christians have tried to bridge the divide between Christianity and secular liberalism with philosophy and theology. Bishop Robert Barron shows that the answer to this debate--and the way to move forward--lies in Jesus. Barron transcends the usual liberal/conservative or Protestant/Catholic divides with a postliberal Catholicism that brings the focus back on Jesus as revealed in the New Testament narratives.
Barron's classical Catholic postliberalism will be of interest to a broad audience including not only the academic community but also preachers and general readers interested in entering the dialogue between Catholicism and postliberalism. The hardcover edition includes a new preface by the author.
Praise for "The Priority of Christ
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"Barron's wonderful book "The Priority of Christ" brings postliberalism back to its Catholic home. . . . A downright lovely book, written with a kind of winsome literary flair that exhibits the inviting clarity of a master teacher. Highly recommended."
--James K. A. Smith, "Religious Studies Review"
"The book is full of gems worthy of hours of contemplation."
--Mark G. Boyer, "The Priest"


Publisher    BAKER BOOK HOUSE
Format    Hardcover
Language    English
Publication Date    03/01/2016
Abridged    No
Large Print    No
Pages    352
Width    6.1
Height    1.3
Length    9.1
Units    1
EAN    9780801098208
Author    Barron, Robert
Foreword by    George, Omi Francis

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