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1 (Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1992); vv. 2 and 3 (Quezon City: Claretian Publications, 2002–2003). In the third volume, the issue of a new theology of church is very strong. 19 Congregation for Divine Worship, Redemptionis Sacramentum (Vatican Press, 2004); Eng. trans. C. 20 The charge of Marxism was evident in the official criticisms of Gustavo Gutiérrez. His book, A Theology of Liberation (Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1973), was severely criticized because his use of social analysis was seen as something new, and some critics even thought that his use of social analysis was based on Marxist writings.
8 Today’s pressing contemporary question is this: can there be an ecclesiology that includes major diversity? 5 James D. G. Dunn, Unity and Diversity in the New Testament (Philadelphia: Westminster, 1977; repr. Philadelphia: Trinity Press International; 1999; London, SCM, 2006), 375. 6 See Frederick J. Cwiekowski, The Beginnings of the Church (New York: Paulist Press, 1988); Raymond Brown, The Churches the Apostles Left Behind (New York: Paulist Press, 1983); Angel Antón, La Iglesia de Cristo: El Israel de la Vieja y la Nueva Alianza (Madrid: La Editorial Católica, 1977); M.
A. S. McGrath (Cambridge: Cambridge University 34 chapter two This renewal took place at exactly the same time in which Francis and Clare lived and in which the Franciscan Order was attracting hundreds of young men who were eager to study at the new universities of Europe. Raymond Lull (c. 1232–1316) was a prominent Franciscan tertiary and a lay minister to the Muslims. He learned Arabic and strove to establish among the Franciscan schools classes in which Arabic was taught. 30 The major theologians of the late twelfth century and the entire thirteenth century, such as Robert Grosseteste, John Peckham, Alexander of Hales, Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas, Bonaventure, and John Duns Scotus, were deeply influence by these Arabic and Persian scholars.
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