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1. Thought: Volume > 47 > Issue: 4
George A. Kelly The Uncertain Future of the American Church
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The current malaise in the Catholic Church in America must be examined and evaluated. A new birth may be in process or a new death.
2. Thought: Volume > 47 > Issue: 4
John Tracy Ellis "The Surges of the Sea that Threaten Us"
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Like the Church, "the surges of the sea" have often threatened the Jesuits, but perhaps have never been more menacing than at the present hour.
3. Thought: Volume > 47 > Issue: 4
Justin Paschal Said the Great Theologian
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Jeffrey G. Sobosan Are You the Christ?
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Some modem approaches to a Christological problem which has confronted theologians for centuries—the human consciousness of Christ. What kind of knowledge did Christ possess?
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John J. McAleer "An American Tragedy" and "In Cold Blood"
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Capote, apparently having mistaken craft for art, has reported on an event. Dreiser, in transcending time, has reported on the truth of human nature.
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Nikita D. Roodkowsky Dostoevsky: Seer of Modern Totalitarianism
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Some of the most characteristic features of the Soviet totalitarian system were foreseen by Dostoevsky through his knowledge of the radical Russian intelligentsia of his day.
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Leonard R. Riforgiato The Unified Thought of Jonathan Edwards
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Edwards's ontology, derived from his cosmology, harmonized with his theology. All three were derived from his trinitarian model and all three coalesced into a harmonious whole.
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Literature
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Patristics, Theology, Religion
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History
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Philosophy, Political Philosophy
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Index to Vol. XLVII
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Kurt Waldheim Fordham University Commencement Address
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The only way to a peaceful and just world is, rejecting old and narrow national attitudes, nihilism and anarchy, to improve the institutions we already have.
campus catholicism: two views
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Robert H. Vasoli Catholicism on the Catholic Campus
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Glorification of students, neo-utilitarianism, secular humanism, and a crisis in confidence have all contributed to the declining influence of Catholicism on the Catholic campus.
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Edward Wakin Religious Change on the Catholic Campus
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Today's students, more concerned about values than rules, strive to be serious persons, serious about their personal identity problems, interior selves, and needs as human beings.
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José Pereira Fallible?
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Basically the anti-infallibility position of the eighteenth and twentieth centuries is fivefold: that infallibility, especially papal, is unfounded, unverified, undesirable, unnecessary, and impossible.
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Ernest W. Ranly Defining Violence
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Violence is not a free, self-creative activity but exactly the opposite; it is a passive, slavish response; it is falling victim to overpowering passions.
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William A. Dumbleton Bridges and the Hopkins MSS: 1889–1930
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That Bridges recognized the value of Hopkins's work speaks well of his judgment; that his appreciation was only superficial betrays his spiritual, emotional, and critical limitations.
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John Fandel Three Poems
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