The Meaning of Tradition

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Ignatius Press, 2004 - Religion - 175 pages
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 Some Christians claim to reject Tradition in preference to a supposedly "Bible only" Christianity. Catholics, on the other hand, venerate Tradition, yet often without adequately understanding it. In this masterful book, the great theologian Yves Congar explains why Tradition is an inescapable aspect of a fully biblical Christian faith. He explores the various forms of Tradition and discusses the relationship between Scripture and Tradition, as well as the role of the Magisterium of the Church. The Meaning of Tradition clears up misconceptions held by many Evangelical Christians and even some Catholics on this important subject. Congar's study of Tradition greatly contributed to the teaching of Vatican II and to a deeper appreciation of the Church Fathers. 

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Wonderful book. Very good in explaining the Catholic Understanding of Tradition which protestants do not understand. Shows the importance of Tradition for the coming together and veracity of the Sacred Scriptures. Read full review

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