A journal of academic theology

De Lubac and Lonergan on the Supernatural

The author argues that Bernard Lonergan’s work provides a useful foil for reconsidering the position of Henri de Lubac on the relationship between natural and supernatural. Lonergan agrees with the basic thrust of de Lubac’s position, but the Canadian’s approach to the interlocking of his thought on God with his analysis of human consciousness and history enables him to give a distinctive account of the issue.

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