Ecclesial Reflection: An Anatomy of Theological Method

Ecclesial Reflection: An Anatomy of Theological Method

English | 1982 | ISBN: 0800606701 | 400 Pages | PDF | 24.0 MB

The first part of this careful study of the nature of theological method or "judgment" is an archaeology of the "house of authority" - that structure in which Catholic and Protestant theological method has always resided. lt argues that the traditional locations of authority-Scripture, tradition, church-should function in correspondence to the way in which the ecclesial community persists over time. Any other function only reflects something alien to the nature and purpose of the universal redemptive community. Thus, Professor Farley urges a theological method, a way of making theological judgments, whose usage of historical sources and . materials would occur under the requirements of ecclesiality itself.


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