A journal of academic theology

Volume 62 Number 2

June 2001 editorial

Theological Studies was founded in 1940 when the condemnation of Catholic Modernism still lingered in the air, when Europe was already in the throes of World War II, and the United States was arguing, before Pearl Harbor, whether or not it should enter the war. Could the American Jesuits manage a journal on their own? Would

Reviews & Shorter Notices – May 2001

Words of the Living God: Place and Function of Holy Scripture in the Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas Matthew Levering, pp. 378–379 Francis: The Saint of Assisi. Regis A. Duffy O.F.M., pp. 379–381 The Pope’s Body Joan Mueller, pp. 381–382 The Making of the Magdalen: Preaching and Popular Devotion in the Later Middle Ages Joan

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