Two Models of Figural Historiography

Newman Studies Journal 7 (2):18-28 (2010)
Abstract
This essay investigates the problem of reconciling contingent historical facts and immutable dogma in light of two different models of figural historiography, presented respectively in John Henry Newman’s Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine and Henri de Lubac’s Catholicism: A Study of Dogma in Relation to the Corporate Destiny of Mankind. Although Newman and de Lubac’s approaches to history were quite different, they are fundamentally complementary
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Major Philosophers  Philosophy and Religion  Religious Studies
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ISBN(s) 1547-9080
DOI 10.5840/nsj20107213
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