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ISBN: 0268007837
Author: Thomas F. O'Meara
Language: English
Publisher: Univ of Notre Dame Pr; First edition. edition (December 1, 1991)
Pages: 260
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Focusing on German Catholic systematic and fundamental theology from the 1860s to the onset of World War I, this volume begins with an introduction to the cultural and political patterns of the period and goes on to examine competing Catholic theologies and the work of individual theologians.

Confrontation with our culture has recently been put on the agenda by Lesslie Newbigin, in Beyond 1984 and Foolishness to the Greeks.

July 1993 · The Journal of Religion. Theology, History, and Culture: Major Unpublished Writings. By H. Richard Niebuhr. April 1998 · Journal of Church and State. Confrontation with our culture has recently been put on the agenda by Lesslie Newbigin, in Beyond 1984 and Foolishness to the Greeks. Broadly speaking his position theology has sold out to Western culture, and the opposing perceptions of the Gospel need to be reclaimed and affirmed against prevailing assumptions.

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Church and Culture: German Catholic Theology, 1860-1914. Thomas Franklin O'Meara.

Church and Culture: German Catholic Theology, 1860–1914. By Thomas F. O'Meara, . Notre Dame, In. University of Notre Dame Press, 1991. David G. Schultenover (a1).

The history of the Catholic Church in Germany should be read in parallel with the History of Germany as the Church was progressively confused, in competition with, oppressed by and distinguished from, the state. The long history of Roman Catholicism. The long history of Roman Catholicism in Germany can also explain much of the History of the Roman Catholic Church, especially in the period of the Middle Ages, under the Holy Roman Empire.

Church and Culture: German Catholic Theology, 1860–1914, University of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, IN), 1991

Church and Culture: German Catholic Theology, 1860–1914, University of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, IN), 1991. The Basilica of the Sacred Heart at Notre Dame: A Theological Guide to the Painting and Windows, T. F. O'Meara (Notre Dame, IN), 1991. Thomas Aquinas, Theologian, University of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, IN), 1997. SIDELIGHTS: In his book Mary in Protestant and Catholic Theology, Thomas F. O'Meara discusses the role of Mariology (study of doctrine relating to the Virgin Mary) in exegesis, in the teachings of Catholic theologians and Protestant reformers of the past, and in post-Vatican II attempts at ecumenical reconciliation.

This new book focuses on German Catholic systematic and fundamental theology from the 1860s to the onset of World War I. The volume begins with an introduction to the cultural and philosophical patterns of the period

This new book focuses on German Catholic systematic and fundamental theology from the 1860s to the onset of World War I. The volume begins with an introduction to the cultural and philosophical patterns of the period. O'Meara then sketches the two competing Catholic theologies in Germany: the modest continuance of a historical and idealist thought, and the expansion of neoscholasticism favored by the Vatican. The book examines in detail five significant theologians who developed dogmatic and fundamental theology in light of the movements of the time: .

16 T. O'Meara, Church and Culture: German Catholic Theology, 1860-1914 (Notre Dame: Univ. of Notre Dame, 1982).

In his earlier work Romantic Idealism and Roman Catholicism: Schelling and the Theologians, Thomas F. O'Meara, O.P., traced the course of theology and philosophy developed by German Catholics from the Enlightenment to romantic idealism in the first half of the nineteenth century. Now O'Meara presents an overview of the second half of the nineteenth century in Church and Culture. This new book focuses on German Catholic systematic and fundamental theology from the 1860s to the onset of World War I.The volume begins with an introduction to the cultural and philosophical patterns of the period. O'Meara then sketches the two competing Catholic theologies in Germany: the modest continuance of a historical and idealist thought, and the expansion of neoscholasticism favored by the Vatican. The book examines in detail five significant theologians who developed dogmatic and fundamental theology in light of the movements of the time: M. J. Scheeben, Alois Schmid, Paul Schanz, Herman Schell, and Carl Braig.Church and Culture concludes by tracing the historical shift from theology to social action after 1890, demonstrating that the theologians who argued for an alternative to neoscholasticism and for theologies created out of the modernity of their own century were not modernists in the eyes of their German colleagues or according to the Roman decrees. O'Meara's book is one of the few sources for understanding late nineteenth-century theology, a philosophical theology that wanted to address and learn from the modern world. But it was challenged by a Vatican prone to see modernity becoming modernism and by a Prussian establishment suspicious of the Catholic faith and church.

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