Letter & Spirit Vol. 6: For the Sake of Our Salvation: The Truth and Humility of God’s Word makes accessible to clergy, students, and laity the finest Catholic biblical scholarship.
This volume includes:
- “For the Sake of Our Salvation: The Truth and Humility of God’ s Word” by Scott W. Hahn
- “The Mystery of God’ s Word: Inspiration, Inerrancy, and the Interpretation of Scripture” by Brant Pitre
- “Magisterial Teaching on the Inspiration and Truth of Scripture: Precedents and Prospects” by Pablo T. Gadenz
- “Analogia Verbi: The Truth of Scripture in Rudolph Bultmann and Raymond Brown” by Michael Maria Waldstein
- “Glory(ing) in the Humility of the Word: The Kenotic Form of Revelation in J.G. Hamann” by John R. Betz
- “The Inspiration and Inerrancy of Scripture” by Germain Grisez
- The Interpenetration of Inspiration and Inerrancy as a Hermeneutic for Catholic Exegesis” by Joseph C. Atkinson
- “Restricted Inerrancy and the ‘Hermeneutic of Discontinuity’” by Brian W. Harrison, O.S.
- “Communal or Social Inspiration: A Catholic Critique” by Robert Fastiggi
- “The Modernist Crisis and the Shifting of Catholic Views on Biblical Inspiration” by Jeffrey L. Morrow
- “The Inspiration of Scripture: A Status Quaestionis” by Matthew Levering
Tradition & Traditions:
- “Divinely Inspired for Teaching Truth and Refuting Error: A Catena of Catholic Sources” by the Editors
- “The Gospels as History” by Thomas McGovern
- “Verbum Dei Incarnatum and Verbum Dei Scriptum in the Fathers” by J.H. Crehan, S.J.
- “‘ As I Break Bread for You’ : St. Augustine’ s Method in Preaching” by Thomas F. Stransky, C.S.P.
- “The Limits of Biblical Inerrancy” by Peter Paul Zerafa, O.P.
- “Vatican II and the Truth of Sacred Scripture” by Augustin Cardinal Bea, S.J.
- “Sacred Scripture and the Errors of the ‘New’ Exegesis” by Paul Cardinal Taguchi
- “Holy Scripture and the Science of Faith” by Romano Guardini
About the Series
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.
Published annually, the Letter & Spirit journal is essential reading for clergy, students, and laity.