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Elizabeth T. Groppe
Revisiting Vatican II’s Theology of the People of God after Forty-Five Years of Catholic-Jewish Dialogue
Lumen gentium described biblical Israel as a preparation and figure of the church, the new people of God. Jews do not belong to this people but are ordained to it. In light of Nostra aetate and the ensuing Catholic-Jewish dialogue, the article supplements Lumen gentium’s typological account of biblical Israel as a prefiguration of the
Catherine Mowry LaCugna’s Contribution to Trinitarian Theology
[Catherine Mowry LaCugna’s God for Us: The Trinity and Christian Life (1991) constitutes a paradigm shift in present-day trinitarian theology. LaCugna was convinced that the standard paradigm of the economic and immanent Trinity was fraught with a variety of limitations. She offered as an alternative framework the principle of the inseparability of theologia and oikonomia,