Bridging the Sacred and the Secular: Selected Writings of John Courtney Murray

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Georgetown University Press, 1994 - 373 lappuses
This collection brings together for the first time the theological essays of a 20th-century philosopher renowned for his defense of civil religious freedom. In this volume of essays, previously scattered among various periodicals over the course of thirty eyars, J. Leon Hooper, SJ, presents a selection of Murray's theological writings that outlines and highlights the integrity of Murray's moves toward a public theological discourse.
 

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Saturs

The Problem of Free Speech
54
Christian Humanism
99
The Christian Idea of Education
133
PART
165
Doctrines at the Cutting Edge
173
Freedom in the Age of Renewal
181
JOHN COURTNEY MURRAY S
231
PART
279
A Crisis in the History of Trent
285
Works on John Courtney Murray S
357
Index
367
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John Courtney Murray, one of the century's foremost theologians, was the author of We Hold These Truths (Sheed & Ward, 1960), The Problem of God, Yesterday and Today (Yale University Press, 1964), and The Problem of Religious Freedom (The Newman Press, 1965).

J. Leon Hooper, SJ, is a senior research fellow at Woodstock Theological Center, Georgetown University. He is the editor of Religious Liberty: Catholic Struggles with Pluralism (Westminster/John Knox Press, 1993) and author of The Ethics of Discourse: The Social Philosophy of John Courtney Murray (Georgetown University Press, 1986).

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