A journal of academic theology

Conflict in Current Roman Catholic Systematic Theology: A Diagnosis and Response

Recent conversations concerning conflict in theology have brought into play the role of such figures as Augustine, Aquinas, and Bonaventure. On the one hand, they can be seen to represent polarizing theological attitudes; on the other hand, they can be seen to represent forgotten models that may help repair fragmentary modes of current reason. This article (1) invites a reexamination of philosophical resources, principally through Paul Ricoeur and Bernard Lonergan, that address critical issues of method, and (2) proposes a strategy of communication among diverse modes of reasoning.

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