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Jacques Dupuis faces the inquisition : two essays by Jacques Dupuis on Dominus Iesus and the Roman investigation of his work /
introduced and edited by William R. Burrows.
imprint
Eugene, Or. : Pickwick Publications, c2012.
description
xxviii, 197 p. : port. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
1620323354, 9781620323359
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imprint
Eugene, Or. : Pickwick Publications, c2012.
isbn
1620323354
9781620323359
contents note
The man, the message, the controversy / William R. Burrows -- The declaration Dominus Iesus and my perspectives on it / Jacques Dupuis -- The CDF process and notification and my perspectives on them / Jacques Dupuis -- A concluding personal postscript on a conservative revisionist / William R. Burrows -- Appendix 1. Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith declaration "Dominus Iesus" on the unicity and salvific universality of Jesus Christ and the church -- Appendix 2. Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith notification on the book Toward a Christian theology of religious pluralism (Oris Books: Maryknoll, New York 1997) by Father Jacques Dupuis, S.J.
catalogue key
8911935
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-175) and indexes.
A Look Inside
About the Author
Author Affiliation
William R. Burrows is research professor of missiology in the world Christianity program at New York Theological Seminary and managing editor emeritus of Orbis Books, Mary knoll, New York.
Summaries
Main Description
The critique of Jacques Dupuis, SJ, by the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith at the direction of Joseph Ratzinger was met by almost universal dismay by Christian theologians and participants in interfaith dialogue throughout the world. This book is comprised of both responses by Father Dupuis to the Vatican's criticisms (which he was forbidden to publish during his lifetime) and introductory and background material by his friend and editor Bill Burrows, who draws on their many conversations to draw out the deeper implications of Dupuis' work and the background to the Vatican investigations and criticisms. In addition to laying bare procedural problems in the CDF's process, Dupuis shows that both the Vatican document Dominus Iesus and the Notification about problems in his work rest on dangerous misunderstandings of Scripture and church teaching that reverse the gains in interfaith understanding and ecumenism that have occurred over the past fifty years.
Table of Contents
Prefacep. xi
Acknowledgmentsp. xxiii
A Note on Inclusive Language and Its Absencep. xxvi
Abbreviationsp. xxvii
The Man, the Message, the Controversyp. 1
The CDF Declaration Dominus Iesus and My Perspectives on Itp. 26
The CDF Process and Notification and My Perspectives On Themp. 74
A Concluding Personal Postscript on a Conservative Revisionistp. 103
Text of Dominus Iesusp. 137
Text of CDF Notificationp. 164
Bibliographyp. 171
Name Indexp. 177
Subject Indexp. 183
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