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Pope and Jesus of Nazareth

Christ, Scripture and the Church

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ISBN-13: 9780334043218
Published: 30/09/2009
Product description
Key Selling Points * The VERITAS series is an exciting new venture between SCM Press and the Centre for Philosophy and Theology at Nottingham University. * The first major international symposium on the Pope's book on Jesus, one of the major religious publishing events of our time. * An excellent cast of contributors from a variety of disciplines and countries. The Veritas Series brings to market original volumes all engaging in critical questions of pressing concern to both philosophers, theologians, biologists, economists and more. The series aims to illustrate that without theology, something essential is lost in our account of such categories - not only in an abstract way but in the way in which we inhabit the world. The Veritas Series refuses to accept disciplinary isolation: both for theology and for other disciplines. The Pope and Jesus of Nazareth brings together some of the leading scholars in Britain, continental Europe and the USA to highlight the insights and limits of the Pope's reflection on Jesus. It engages with the book from critical, cross-disciplinary and different faith perspectives. The objective is to generate a wider debate on the issues raised and to make a substantial contribution to contemporary thinking on Jesus. Angus Paddison is Theology Lecturer at the University of Winchester. Adrian Pabst is a Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow at the Department of Theology and Religious Studies in the University of Nottingham. Series Editors: Connor Cunningham (Centre for Philosophy and Theology, Nottingham) and Peter C. Candler (Baylor University, Waco, Texas).
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Adrian Pabst, Angus Paddison

Adrian Pabst is a Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow at the Department of Theology and Religious Studies in the University of Nottingham.Angus Paddison is a Lecturer in Theology at the University of Winchester.