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fundamental theology of Bishop John Lancaster Spalding the presence of God and nineteenth-century Romanticism by Richard L. Chiola

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Spalding, John Lancaster, -- 1840-1916 -- Theology.,
  • Catholic Church -- Doctrines.

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Edition Notes

StatementRichard L. Chiola.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 354 leaves.
Number of Pages354
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18061196M

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This book is an updated investigation of the central themes of fundamental theology: revelation, hermeneutics, faith and its formulations, and the role of authoritative teaching in the Church. In a clear and balanced manner, Gerald O'Collins sums up the best of Roman Catholic teaching since Vatican II/5(7).   A Brief Summary of Fundamental Theology Posted by aelianus Before the death of the last Apostle a portion of the deposit of faith had been set down in 27 books by five of the Apostles and three of their disciples under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit such that every statement of their human authors contained in those books is a statement. John Lancaster Spalding (June 2, – Aug ) was an American author, poet, advocate for higher education, the first bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Peoria from to and a co-founder of The Catholic University of America.. The diocesan offices of the Diocese of Peoria are located in the Spalding Center, named for him. Peoria's Catholic high school for boys. spalding, john lancaster (–). Bishop of Peoria. Born in Lebanon, Kentucky, and descended from a Maryland Catholic family which arrived in the colonies in , Spalding was the nephew of Cardinal Martin J. Spalding of Louisville.

, Bishop John Lancaster Spalding lectured on "University Education considered in Its Bearing on the Higher Education of Priests." Addressing a contemporary concern among persons of religious faith concerning the growing intellectual attacks on religion, he stated: "Never has the defense of .   Introduction to Fundamental Theology: Sources and Methods In this course, students will be introduced to the basic sources employed by responsible theologians and how they ought to be approached and assessed according to a well-formed theological method. SPALDING, JOHN LANCASTER First bishop of Peoria, Ill., educator; b. Lebanon, Ky., June 2, ; d. Peoria, Aug. 25, He was the first of nine children born to Richard Martin and Mary Jane (Lancaster) Spalding. The Spaldings had emigrated from Lincolnshire, England, to St. Mary's County, Maryland, in the 17th century; the Lancasters lived in Maryland during the colonial period and began to. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top Full text of "Most Reverend John Lancaster Spalding, first bishop of Peoria" See other formats.