A journal of academic theology

The Starting Point of Systematic Theology

The article proposes that Bernard Lonergan’s four-point hypothesis linking the four divine relations with four created participations in divine life can join with the theory of history proposed by Lonergan and developed by the author to form the unified field structure and so the starting point of a contemporary systematic theology. The hypothesis allows for a new form of the psychological analogy for the divine processions, one that is related to but distinct from the analogy found in Aquinas and the early Lonergan.

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