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