A journal of academic theology

Reviews & Shorter Notices – June 1983

The Open Heaven: A Study of Apocalyptic in Judaism and Early Christianity
Raymond E. Brown S.S., pp. 312–313

Jesus and the Constraints of History
Richard W. Kropf, pp. 313–314

The Question and Answer Catholic Catechism, the Bottom Line Catechism
Robert L. Kinast, pp. 314–316

The Church of God
Edward J. Gratsch, pp. 316–317

Urstand, Fall und Erbsünde von der Schrift bis Augustinus
Peter D. Fehlner O.F.M.Conv., pp. 317–318

Theotokos: A Theological Encyclopedia of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Eamon R. Carroll O.Carm., pp. 318–320

Mended Speech: The Crisis of Religious Studies and Theology
Robert Masson, pp. 320–322

Apostolikos Thronos: The Primacy of Rome as Reflected in the Church History of Eusebius and the Historico-Apologetic Writings of Saint Athanasius the Great
Robert B. Eno S.S., pp. 322–324

The Cosmic Christ in Origen and Teilhard De Chardin
Thomas M. King S.J., pp. 324–325

The Theologian and His Universe: Theology and Cosmology from the Middle Ages to the Present
Joseph T. Clark S.J., pp. 325–326

Nicolaus Cusanus: A Fifteenth-Century Vision of Man
Thomas E. Morrissey, pp. 326–328

A Documentary History of Religion in America to the Civil War
James Hennesey S.J., pp. 328–329

Romantic Idealism and Roman Catholicism: Schelling and the Theologians
John E. Thiel, pp. 329–331

Hegel’s Concept of God
Joseph A. Bracken S.J., pp. 331–332

Ethical Responsibility: Bonhoeffer’s Legacy to the Churches
Larry Rasmussen, pp. 332–333

Spirituality and Analogia Entis According to Erich Przywara
John M. McDermott S.J., pp. 333–335

Lonergan Workshop 2
Stephen Happel, pp. 335–336

Rome and the Anglicans: Historical and Doctrinal Aspects of Anglican-Roman Catholic Relations
John T. Ford C.S.C., pp. 336–338

The Social Teaching of Vatican II: Its Origin and Development
George G. Higgins, pp. 338–339

The Church of the Poor Devil: Reflections on a Riverboat Voyage and a Spiritual Journey
Jon Nilson, pp. 340–341

Cosmos and Creator
Frank R. Haig S.J., pp. 341–343

The Open Universe: An Argument for Indeterminism
Philip E. Devenish, pp. 343–344

Political Philosophy and the Open Society
James V. Schall S.J., pp. 344–346

Qu’est-ce qu’une révolution religieuse?
Ladislas Orsy S.J., pp. 346–347

Classical Hinduism
Frank Podgorski, pp. 347–349

Shorter Notices
pp. 349–364

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