Human History and the Word of God: The Christian Meaning of History in Contemporary Thought [Book Review]

Review of Metaphysics 20 (4):717-717 (1967)
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A systematic, capable, Catholic theory of history, combining historical analysis with constructive argumentation. The author is particularly sensitive to divergent trends in current Catholic and Protestant interpretations, including those of Rahner and Tillich. Though its philosophical content is minimal, the book should be of interest to students seeking a religious perspective on history.—T. E. V.

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