The English edition of Nova et Vetera is published quarterly and provides an international forum for theological and philosophical studies from a Thomistic perspective. The journal strives to follow the culturally engaged, ecclesial, broadly Thomistic, and dialogical perspective of the founder of the Swiss Nova et Vetera, Charles Journet. Journet worked at the intersection of theology, philosophy, and biblical studies, and we seek to do the same.
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Nova et Vetera, Spring 2015 (Vol. 13, No. 2)
The Priest as Instrument of Christ – Thomas Joseph White, O.P.
Dismantling the Cross – Patricia Snow
The Sex Life of Mary and Joseph – John C. Cavadini
Did Mary Die?: Newman on Sin, Death, and Mary’s Mortality – Paul J. Griffiths
The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven: Faith, Dogma, and Eschatology – Reinhard Hütter
Look on the Faith of Your Church: Mary’s Assent and the Task of Theology – Bruce D. Marshall
Marriage as Friendship: Aquinas’s View in Light of His Account of Self-Love – Anthony T. Flood
Catechesis and Moral Theology: Toward a Renewed Understanding of Christian Experience – John Grabowski
A Promise to Keep: Which Bond, Whose Fidelity? – Stephan Kampowski
Profiles of Courage – Angela McKay Knobel
The Vocation to Marriage and Related Observations on Christian Discernment – Tobias Nathe
The Thomistic Roots of Modern Papal Teachings on Freedom as Found in the Writings of Leo XIII – John Rziha
St. Thomas Aquinas and the Virtuousness of Penance: On the Importance of Aristotle for Catholic Theology – Jörgen Vijgen
Jesus of Nazareth: The Infancy Narratives by Joseph Ratzinger – Nathan Eubank
The Prudence of Love: How Possessing the Virtue of Love Benefits the Lover – Jason Heron
Embodiment and Virtue in Gregory of Nyssa: An Anagogical Approach (Oxford Early Christian Studies) by Hans Boersma – Andrew Hofer, O.P.
Reading Patristic Texts on Social Ethics: Issues and Challenges for Twenty-First-Century Christian Social Thought – James K. Lee
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