A journal of academic theology

Ghislain Lafont and Contemporary Sacramental Theology

[The author demonstrates how Ghislain Lafont looks “through” the critiques of meta-narrative and ontotheology for an appropriate ground for theology. Lafont appeals to sacramental memorial as the starting point for a response to postmodern critiques, a response that is shown to be both balanced and faithful. When presented in relation to the works of two of his contemporaries, Louis-Maiie Chauvet and David N. Power, Lafont’s sacramental theology can be appreciated for its hopeful vision and practical contribution to a contemporary understanding of sacrament and ritual action.]

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