Nova et Vetera, Summer 2011 (Vol. 9, No. 3)


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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, Summer 2011 (Vol. 9, No. 3)

ISSN 1542-7315

Catholic Theology in America: Quo Vadis? – Reinhard Hütter
Redeemable Suffering? St. Thomas Aquinas on the Meaning of Human Suffering and the Passion of Christ – Thomas Joseph White, O.P.
Euthanasia and the Fragility of Living a Burdensome Life – Nicholas Tonti-Filippini
De Lubac on Nature Desire: Difficulties and Antitheses – Christopher J. Malloy
The Surnaturel Controversy: A Survey and a Response – Edward T. Oakes, S.J.
The Situation of Natural Law in Catholic Theology – Russell Hittinger
Natural Law, the Understanding of Principles, and Universal Good – Stephen L. Brock
Diplomacy and Theology in the Dialogue on Universal Ethics – J. Budziszewski
St. Thomas, Natural Law, and Universal Ethics – Lawrence Dewan, O.P.
Determinacy in Natural Law – Kevin L. Flannery, S.J.
Teleology, Divine Governance, and the Common Good – Reflections on the ITC’s The Search for Universal Ethics: A New Look at Natural Law – Steven A. Long
On Nature, Freedom, and Person in Aquinas and Beyond – John M. McDermott, S.J.
Evidence, Lost and Found: A Concluding Unscientific Postscript – Russell Hittinger

Book Reviews
Surnaturel: A Controversy at the Heart of Twentieth-Century Thomistic Thought edited by Serge-Thomas Bonino, O.P., translated by Robert Williams, translation revised by Matthew Levering and The Natural Desire to See God According to St. Thomas Aquinas and His Interpreters by Lawrence Feingold, second edition – Guy Mansini, O.S.B.
World Upside Down: Reading Acts in the Graeco-Roman Age by C. Kavin Rowe – Rodrigo J. Morales
Commentary on the Gospel of John, by Thomas Aquinas, translated by Fabian Larcher, O.P., and James A.Weisheipl, O.P., with introduction and notes by Daniel Keating and Matthew Levering, 3 vols. – Charles Raith II

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