Letter & Spirit, Vol. 5: Liturgy and Empire: Faith in Exile and Political Theology

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Letter & Spirit, Vol. 5: Liturgy and Empire: Faith in Exile and Political Theology



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Letter & Spirit Vol. 5: Liturgy and Empire: Faith in Exile and Political Theology makes accessible to clergy, students, and laity the finest Catholic biblical scholarship.

This volume includes:

Articles:

  • “Liturgy and Empire: Prophetic Historiography and Faith in Exile in 1-2 Chronicles” by Scott W. Hahn
  • “Cultic Kingdoms in Conflict in the Book of Daniel” by John Bergsma
  • “Worship in the Spirit of Logos: Romans 12:1-2 and the Source and Summit of Christian Life” by Jeremy Driscoll, O.S.B.
  • “A Liturgical Conversion of the Imagination: Worship and Ethics in 1 Corinthians” by Rodrigo J. Morales
  • “Jesus, the Messianic Banquet, and the Kingdom of God” by Brant Pitre
  • “Charity and Empire: Is Trinitarian Monotheism Violent?”by Matthew Levering

Notes:

  • “Biblical Interpretation and Theology: Irenaeus, Modernity,and Vatican II” by Robert Barron
  • “Liturgy, Social Justice, and the Mystical Body of Christ: The Vision of Virgil Michel” by David W. Fagerberg

Traditions:

  • “Lectures on 2 Thessalonians: A New Translation” by St. Thomas Aquinas, trans. Jeremy Holmes
  • “The Two Economies of Divine Government: Satan and Christ in the New Testament and Early Christian Tradition” by Louis Bouyer
  • “The Morality of Exile: Biblical Aspects of the Theme of Faith and Politics” by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger/ Pope Benedict XVI

Letter & Spirit seeks to foster a deeper conversation about the Bible. This journal of biblical theology, published in collaboration with Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, takes a crucial step toward recovering the fundamental link between the literary and historical study of Scripture and its religious and spiritual meaning in the Church’s liturgy and Tradition.

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About the Series

Letter & Spirit seeks to foster a deeper conversation about the Bible. This new journal of biblical theology, published in collaboration with Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, takes a crucial step toward recovering the fundamental link between the literary and historical study of Scripture and its religious and spiritual meaning in the Church’s liturgy and Tradition.

Published annually, the Letter & Spirit journal is essential reading for clergy, students, and laity.

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