Heythrop Journal

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    The Bible After Deleuze: Affects, Assemblages, Bodies without Organs. By Stephen D.Moore. New York: Oxford University Press, 2022. Pp. 312. £63.00. [REVIEW]Brent Adkins - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):113-114.
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    Balthasar and Prayer. By TravisLaCouter. London; New York: T&T Clark, Bloomsbury Academic, 2021. Pp. xi, 216. £85.00 ( HB ) / £28.99 ( PB ). [REVIEW]Joel Clarkson - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):104-105.
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    Image as Theology: The Power of Art in Shaping Christian Thought, Devotion, and Imagination. Edited by C. A. Strine, Mark McInroy, Alexis Torrance. Turnhout: Brepols, 2021. Pp. 239. €110.00. [REVIEW]Kevin Hart - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):102-104.
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    Beyond the Polemics: Freedom and Necessity in Plotinus and St Maximus Confessor.Daniel Heide - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):49-63.
    The aim of this paper is to challenge the prevailing polemic between ‘necessary’ emanation and ‘free’ creation. I begin by arguing for the presence of freedom and volition in the emanationism of Plotinus. I then move on to explore the role of necessity in the creationism of Maximus. In both cases, I rely upon a twofold schematisation of freedom and necessity to dissolve the dichotomy between them effectively. Having levelled the playing field, so to speak, I conclude that, all things (...)
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    You Are Gods: On Nature and Supernature. By David BentleyHart. Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2022. Pp. xviii, 139. $100.00 ( HB ) / $25.00 ( PB ). [REVIEW]S. J. Henry Shea - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):111-113.
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    Phenomenology of Divine Revelation: Theology and Philosophy in Dialogue.Junghyung Kim - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):36-48.
    Although the relationship between theology and philosophy is a perennial issue in the history of thought, recent debates surrounding the so‐called theological turn of continental phenomenology have created a new space in which it can be explored from a fresh perspective. In this vein, I propose three theses concerning the relationship between theology and philosophy of religion, with particular focus on the phenomenon of divine revelation. First, a philosophy of religion that ignores theology's claim about divine self‐revelation will remain incomplete (...)
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    Principles of Catholic Theology_, Book 1: _On the Nature of Theology. By Thomas JosephWhite. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2023. Pp. xii, 177. $24.95. [REVIEW]Matthew Levering - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):117-119.
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    Molinist Thomist Calvinism: A Synthesis.Sean Luke - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):3-18.
    In recent years, attempts to reconcile God's exhaustive providential control over the future and human freedom frequently appeal to Molinism. Through the theory of Middle Knowledge, it is claimed, God can exercise meticulous providence over free creatures while preserving the libertarian agency of those creatures. Historically, both Thomist and Reformed theologians have critiqued the theory of Middle Knowledge for effectively eliminating God's aseity, making God's knowledge in some sense dependent on some non-God reality. In this paper, I aim to push (...)
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    Philanthropia as Skopos of the Incarnation: The Deifying Vocation of Humanity in Maximus the Confessor.Anthony Marco - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):64-80.
    Maximus the Confessor's belief that the Incarnation would have happened without a Fall is a key facet of his thought, yet contradicts portions of his corpus which state that God became human due to sin. I assert that Maximus affirms a prelapsarian motive of the Incarnation for two reasons: his conception of deification as participation and understanding of humanity's original vocation. Deification and vocation are presented by Maximus in such a way that they could have only been fulfilled through Christ's (...)
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  10. Now and Forever: A Theological Aesthetics of Time. By John E. Thiel. Notre Dame, IN: Notre Dame University Press, 2023. Pp. x, 203. $50.00. [REVIEW]George Pattison - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):119-120.
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    Boethius's Definition of the Person in Context: Chalcedon, Tradition, and Consolation.Brandon Spun - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):19-35.
    While Boethius's definition of the person, ‘an individual substance of a rational nature’, plays a significant role in Christian theology and anthropology, its reception is by no means uncritical. In the last hundred years, virtually every element in it has been critiqued by theologians and secular scholars. Nevertheless, its context suggests that his understanding of the person is potentially far richer than supposed. This paper places Boethius's definition of the person in its historical framework and in the context of his (...)
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  12. Nothing Gained is Eternal: A Theology of Tradition. By Anne M.Carpenter. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2022. Pp. xix, 218. $34.00. [REVIEW]John Stayne - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):109-110.
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    The Sense of the Faith in History. By John J.Burkhard. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2022. Pp. xiv, 442. $59.95. [REVIEW]John Sullivan - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):115-117.
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    Martin Luther King Jr. and Liberation Theology: James Cone, J. Deotis Roberts, and a Methodology of the Oppressed.George Harold Trudeau - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):81-101.
    Martin Luther King's legacy as a Black, Baptist preacher and activist is widely known, but his influence in the public sphere has eclipsed his influence in Black Theology. Additionally, since the Black Power movement succeeded the Civil Rights movement, and thereby the Liberationist movement succeeded the Black Social Gospel movement, the foundations King laid became seamlessly integrated into the theology of James Cone and J. Deotis Roberts. Taking King's social analysis, his concern for crucified peoples, and grassroots activism, Cone and (...)
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    John Henry Newman and the Development of Doctrine: Encountering Change, Looking for Continuity. By StephenMorgan. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2021. Pp. xviii, 318. $75.00. [REVIEW]Juan R. Vélez - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):107-109.
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    John Henry Newman and the Development of Doctrine: Encountering Change, Looking for Continuity. By StephenMorgan. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2021. Pp. xviii, 318. $75.00. [REVIEW]Christopher M. Wojtulewicz - 2024 - Heythrop Journal 65 (1):106-107.
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