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Revelation and Truth

Unity and Plurality in Contemporary Theology

Revelation and Truth seeks to address the topic of revelation from the standpoint of theological epistemology. In particular, the interest is to investigate the different ways in which fundamental theology treats the issue of unity and plurality, identity and difference, as these seemingly opposite poles manifest themselves in theology and the church.

230 pages | 6 x 9 | © 1993

Religion: Philosophy of Religion, Theology, and Ethics

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Table of Contents

1. Pluralism: Key Word for Contemporary Catholic Theology
2. Hermeneutical and Ontological Challenges to Contemporary Theological Attempts at Preserving Unity and Identity
3. Identity and Plurality: The Philosophy of Science and Theological Epistemology
4. A Philosophical Justification for Conceptual Plurality and Language about God
5. Pluralism and Contemporary Systematic Theology
Appendix: Vatican II and Pluralism: a Textrual Study
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Name Index
Subject Index

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