Fri 21 Nov 2014 @ 11:38
Reviewed in today's @ChurchTimes: Tudors, inter-faith and sacred spaces... http://t.co/rF2j1YRGwJ http://t.co/r8lO4erk7z
Author(s): Jennifer Cooper
'In an astute analysis of the early writings of Edward Schillebeeckx on revelation, grace, incarnation, and resurrection, Jennifer Cooper identifies an important recurring anthropological theme: at the core of the mystery of human lives and relationships is the mystery of God. This volume makes a valuable contribution not only to an understanding of Schillebeeckx's thought and to the history of theology in the twentieth century, but also to the field of theological anthropology.' - Mary Catherine Hilkert, University of Notre Dame, IN, USA--Sanford Lakoff
Dr Jennifer Cooper is College Lecturer in Theology, St Benet's Hall, Oxford and a member of the Faculty of Theology, Oxford. She took a doctorate in theology at the University of Oxford where she held a Research Fellowship at Keble College.