The Role of the Bible in Roman Catholic Theology

Interpretation 25 (1):78-94 (1971)

Abstract
The role of Scripture as norm is growing significantly in Catholic theological work. But with that growth the problems of its relation to other norms become clearer and more urgent as the agenda for systematic theology
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