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    Title
    Ressourcement
    Subtitle
    A Movement for Renewal in Twentieth-century Catholic Theology
    Authors and contributors
    Edited by Gabriel Flynn, Edited by Paul D. Murray
    Physical properties
    Format: Hardback
    Number of pages: 608
    Width: 163 mm
    Height: 240 mm
    Thickness: 37 mm
    Weight: 1,060 g
    Language
    English
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9780199552870
    ISBN 10: 0199552878
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    LC classification: BX1747 .R48 2012
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    Illustrations note
    black & white illustrations
    Publisher
    Oxford University Press
    Imprint name
    Oxford University Press
    Publication date
    20 February 2012
    Publication City/Country
    Oxford
    Table of contents
    Introduction: The twentieth-century renaissance in Catholic theology ; I:THE RESSOURCEMENT MOVEMENT: HISTORY AND CONTEXT ; 1. Jansenism - an early ressourcement movement? ; 2. Nouvelle theologie: a return to Modernism? ; 3. Gilson and the ressourcement ; 4. Maurice Blondel and ressourcement ; 5. A new Lyon School (1919-39)? ; 6. Gagnebet's hidden ressourcement: a Dominican speculative theology from Toulouse ; 7. The traditionalist in spite of himself: Teilhard de Chardin and ressourcement ; 8. L'Eglise a ravi son coeur: Charles Journet and the theologians of ressourcement on the personality of the church ; 9. Humani Generis and nouvelle theologie ; 10. Analogy of truth: the sacramental epistemology of nouvelle theologie ; 11. Nouvelle theologie: four historical stages of theological reform towards ressourcement (1935-65) ; 12. Ressourcement and the enduring legacy of post-Tridentine theology ; II: CENTRAL FIGURES OF THE RESSOURCEMENT ; 13. Marie-Dominique Chenu and Le Saulchoir: a stream of Catholic renewal ; 14. Ressourcement, ecumenism, and pneumatology: the contribution of Yves Congar to nouvelle theologie ; 15. Henri de Lubac: looking for books to read the world ; 16. Danielou and the twentieth-century patristic renewal ; 17. Henri Bouillard: the freedom of faith ; 18. Balthasar and ressourcement: an ambiguous relationship ; 19. Louis Bouyer and the unity of theology ; III: RESSOURCEMENT AS A THREEFOLD PROGRAMME OF RENEWAL ; 20. The renewal of biblical studies in France 1934-54 as an element in theological ressourcement ; 21. Ressourcement and the renewal of Catholic liturgy: on celebrating the New Rite ; 22. Knowing God in history and in the church: Dei Verbum and 'nouvelle theologie' ; IV: RESSOURCEMENT AND 'THE CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD' ; 23. Ressourcement and the retrieval of Thomism for the contemporary world ; 24. Ressourcement and Vatican II ; 25. Ressourcement, Vatican II, and eucharistic ecclesiology ; 26. The theology of Karl Rahner: an alternative to the ressourcement? ; 27. Benedict XVI: a ressourcement theologian? ; 28. Lacan's return to Freud: a case of theological ressourcement? ; 29. Expanding Catholicity through Ecumenicity in the Work of Yves Congar: Ressourcement, Receptive Ecumenism, and Catholic Reform ; 30. Ressourcement theology and Protestantism ; 31. French ressourcement theology and Orthodoxy: a living mutual relationship? ; Epilogue: Ressourcement in retrospect
    Author Information
    Gabriel Flynn is Lecturer in Systematic Theology at Mater Dei Institute, Dublin City University. Paul D. Murray is Director of the Centre for Catholic Studies and Professor of Systematic Theology at Durham University.
    Review quote
    an indispensible introduction to the ressourcement movement. Paul Richardson, Church of England Newspaper With 34 contributors and 50 pages of bibliography, this book provides a thoroughly documented and masterly analysis, both historical and theological, of the wonderful if wholly unexpected renewal that Catholic theology underwent in the years 1930 to 1960 Fergus Kerr, The Tablet Ressourcement: A Movement for Renewal in Twentieth-Century Catholic Theology represents the definitive academic 'handbook' for the English-speaking world, for a long time to come, on one of the most important and influential movements in 20th century Catholic theology. The remarkable breadth of topics treated and the impressive variety and consistently high quality of scholars involved bespeaks the significant ongoing impact of the ressourcement movement on contemporary Catholic as well as Protestant theology. This volume will need to belong to the working libraries of all theologians, Catholic or Protestant, who continue to reflect on how one of the most important theological movements of the 20th century continues to impact the theological inquiries and perspectives of the new millennium. Reinhard Hutter, Duke University Divinity School
    Illustration Note
    black & white illustrations
    Table of contents
    Introduction: The twentieth-century renaissance in Catholic theology ; I:THE RESSOURCEMENT MOVEMENT: HISTORY AND CONTEXT ; 1. Jansenism - an early ressourcement movement? ; 2. Nouvelle theologie: a return to Modernism? ; 3. Gilson and the ressourcement ; 4. Maurice Blondel and ressourcement ; 5. A new Lyon School (1919-39)? ; 6. Gagnebet's hidden ressourcement: a Dominican speculative theology from Toulouse ; 7. The traditionalist in spite of himself: Teilhard de Chardin and ressourcement ; 8. L'Eglise a ravi son coeur: Charles Journet and the theologians of ressourcement on the personality of the church ; 9. Humani Generis and nouvelle theologie ; 10. Analogy of truth: the sacramental epistemology of nouvelle theologie ; 11. Nouvelle theologie: four historical stages of theological reform towards ressourcement (1935-65) ; 12. Ressourcement and the enduring legacy of post-Tridentine theology ; II: CENTRAL FIGURES OF THE RESSOURCEMENT ; 13. Marie-Dominique Chenu and Le Saulchoir: a stream of Catholic renewal ; 14. Ressourcement, ecumenism, and pneumatology: the contribution of Yves Congar to nouvelle theologie ; 15. Henri de Lubac: looking for books to read the world ; 16. Danielou and the twentieth-century patristic renewal ; 17. Henri Bouillard: the freedom of faith ; 18. Balthasar and ressourcement: an ambiguous relationship ; 19. Louis Bouyer and the unity of theology ; III: RESSOURCEMENT AS A THREEFOLD PROGRAMME OF RENEWAL ; 20. The renewal of biblical studies in France 1934-54 as an element in theological ressourcement ; 21. Ressourcement and the renewal of Catholic liturgy: on celebrating the New Rite ; 22. Knowing God in history and in the church: Dei Verbum and 'nouvelle theologie' ; IV: RESSOURCEMENT AND 'THE CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD' ; 23. Ressourcement and the retrieval of Thomism for the contemporary world ; 24. Ressourcement and Vatican II ; 25. Ressourcement, Vatican II, and eucharistic ecclesiology ; 26. The theology of Karl Rahner: an alternative to the ressourcement? ; 27. Benedict XVI: a ressourcement theologian? ; 28. Lacan's return to Freud: a case of theological ressourcement? ; 29. Expanding Catholicity through Ecumenicity in the Work of Yves Congar: Ressourcement, Receptive Ecumenism, and Catholic Reform ; 30. Ressourcement theology and Protestantism ; 31. French ressourcement theology and Orthodoxy: a living mutual relationship? ; Epilogue: Ressourcement in retrospect