Nova et Vetera, Spring 2021 (Vol. 19, No. 2)
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Spring 2021 Vol. 19, No. 2
Contraception: The Tragic Deception – Paul M. Conner, O.P.
Symposium on Development of Doctrine
Progress, Not Alteration of the Faith: Beyond Antiquarianism and Presentism. John Henry Newman, Vincent of Lérins, and the Criterion of Identity of the Development of Doctrine – Reinhard Hütter
Saint Thomas and the Development of Doctrine – Guy Mansini, O.S.B.
John Henry Newman and the Thomistic Tradition: Convergences in Contribution to Development Theory – Andrew Meszaros
Thomas Aquinas, John Noonan, and the Usury Prohibition – Jeremy Bell
On Value and Obligation in Practical Reason: Toward a Resolution of the Is–Ought Problem in the Thomistic Moral Tradition – William Matthew Diem
What Is Not Saved Is Not Assumed: Thomas Weinandy, Julian of Eclanum, and Augustine of Hippo on Whether Salvation Requires Christ’s Temptations to Sin – Joshua Evans
Gender’s Divine Dignity in Saint Augustine’s Theological Anthropology – David Vincent Meconi, S.J.
Saint Thomas and Joseph Ratzinger / Pope Benedict XVI on the Body and Adoration – Kevin E. O’Reilly, O.P.
Retrieving the Tradition
The Philosophy of the Organism: Notes on the Function of Nutrition – Jacques Maritain
The Love of God Poured Out: Grace and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit in St. Thomas Aquinas by John M. Meinert – Bernhard Blankenhorn, O.P.
The Year of Our Lord 1943: Christian Humanism in an Age of Crisis by Alan Jacobs – Gerald P. Boersma
Jesuit Biblical Studies after Trent: Franciscus Toletus and Cornelius A Lapide by Luke Murray – Sam Zeno Conedera, S.J.
Thomas Aquinas and His Predecessors: The Philosophers and the Church Fathers in His Works by Leo Elders – Joshua H. Lim
Handbook of Catholic Dogmatics, Book One: Theological Epistemology, Part One: The Objective Principles of Theological Knowledge Matthias Joseph Scheeben, translated by Michael J. Miller – Jason C. Paone
The University and the Church: Don Briel’s Essays on Education edited by R. Jared Staudt – Philip Rolnick
Divine Scripture in Human Understanding: A Systematic Theology of the Christian Bible by Joseph Gordon – Matthew Z. Vale