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Dawson, Christopher Henry

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Author(s): Brüske, Martin
[German Version] (Oct 12, 1889, Hay Castle – May 25, 1970, Budleigh Salterton), English his¶ torian and cultural theorist, originally Anglican. In 1914, he converted to the Catholic Church. He was, among other things, the 1934 Forwood Lecturer and delivered the Gifford Lectures in 1947 and 1948. From 1958 to 1962, he was the first to hold the Chauncey Stillman Professorship for Roman …


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Author(s): Brüske, Martin | Felmy, Karl Christian | Birmelé, André
[German Version] I. Catholic Theology – II. Orthodox Theology – III. Protestant Theology I. Catholic Theology The semantic field of mysterium in Catholic theology exhibits two characteristic poles; though they cannot be separated, there is some tension in their relationship. One pole is the dialectic of God's revelation and hiddenness in his action of revelation and salvation. This semantic pole has its roots in the biblical use of the term (esp. in the Pauline, deutero-Pauline, and trito-Pauline ¶ material), but it is still dominant in formal scholastic usage in the 1…

Analysis fidei

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Author(s): Brüske, Martin
[German Version] Catholic theology has maintained consistently that the ultimate, immediate ground of faith is God himself in the authority of his own self-revelation. The inclusion of this principle in declarations at the highest level of the magisterium (Constitution Dei Filius of Vatican I) has avoided a noetic Pelagianism (Pelagius), while at the same time emphasizing the inherent rationality of faith, a rationality that is also explicable and …