Catholicity and Emerging Personhood: A Contemporary Theological Anthropology
Daniel P. Horan
Offers a constructive theological reflection on the meaning and identity of the human person through the lens of evolution and contemporary science.
Each chapter builds on a foundational reconsideration of the theological anthropological tradition to resituate humanity within the broader community of creation while highlighting the true catholicity of personhood within Christian tradition.
2019 272 pages R395.00
Faith and Evolution: A Grace-filled Naturalism
Offers a constructive way of understanding basic Christian doctrines, which were formulated in an ancient culture and language, while at the same time acknowledging scientific concepts that shape our current understanding of ourselves.
Roger Haight lays the groundwork for a dialogue between an evolutionary world and core doctrines of Christian faith to overcome the present disconnect between our faith and our intellectual culture.
2019 264 pages R485.00
Moral Vision: Seeing the World with Love and Justice
David Matzko McCarthy
In this new textbook two Catholic ethicists with extensive teaching experience present a moral theology based on vision. David Matzko McCarthy and James M. Donohue draw widely from the Western philosophical tradition while integrating biblical and theological themes in order to explore such fundamental questions as What is good?
The fourteen chapters in Moral Vision are short and thematic. Substantive study questions engage with primary texts and encourage students to apply theory to everyday life and common human experiences.
The book is accessibly written and flexible enough to fit into any undergraduate or seminary course on ethics.
2019 208 pages R565.00
Discovering Pope Francis: The Roots of Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s Thinking
Editors: Brian Y Lee, Thomas L Knoebel
This collection of essays was born of a landmark international symposium designed to promote theological understanding by contextualizing the thought of Pope Francis—from his understanding of history to his theology of mission—within important theological conversations rarely heard in the US Catholic Church.
Its contributors demonstrate decisively that Pope Francis's magisterium is the fruit of a profound and distinctive, yet deeply Catholic, intellectual engagement with the theological and ecclesial traditions of the Church.
2019 272 pages R569.50