A journal of academic theology

Timothy Matovina

Divine Pedagogy: Dei Verbum and the Theology of Virgilio Elizondo

The influence of Vatican II and the conciliar era on Virgilio Elizondo’s theology is insufficiently acknowledged. In particular, he contended Dei Verbum teaches that the Scriptures and Christian tradition not only testify to the past words and deeds of God, but also instruct us in divine pedagogy. He further insisted that the poor and marginal

Guadalupe at Calvary: Patristic Theology in Miguel S√°nchez’s Imagen de la Virgen Mar√≠a (1648)

[Readers of Miguel Sanchez’s Imagen de la Virgen María, which contained the first published account of Our Lady of Guadalupe’s acclaimed apparitions to the indigenous neophyte Juan Diego, rarely recognize that he was trained in the theology of the Church Fathers, particularly in the writings of St. Augustine. Here the author illuminates the influence of

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