Theology

Front Cover for Bernard Of Clairvaux

Conceived during the religious renewal of medieval monasticism, the sensual and vibrant theology of Bernard of Clairvaux still speaks to our times. Tamburello’s narrative explores the themes of the saint’s work to achieve a vivid and inspiring portrait of the radical mystic.

Front Cover for Availability

Robert Wicks invites us to bring Christ’s teaching of welcome and openness into our lives.  Become more available to God, yourself, and others and seize opportunities for growth that will enhance the clarity and self-awareness of your approach to life.

Front Cover for Augustinianism and Modern Theology

The companion volume to The Mystery of the Supernatural, Augustinianism and Modern Theology offers insight into the core of de Lubac’s enormous theological vision—a vision that in Louis Dupré's words, “has transformed the course of Catholic thinking in our time.”

Front Cover for Augustine

This stimulating and engaging work provides excerpts from Augustine's major works and unpacks them, revealing their importance and allowing a direct experience of the great luminary's teachings and thought. An indispensable aid for understanding Augustine and the early development of Christianity.

Front Cover for Ashes To Easter

Poetry, like prayer, speaks to the depths of human longing and is a special means of gesturing towards what is true and ineffable. These poems open a new window on the transformative process of Lent, informing and inspiring our spiritual journey.  

Front Cover of The Art of the Theological Reflection

Here is a book for the millions of Christians who want to make a vital connection between their faith and their lives.

Front Cover of The Art of Spiritual Guidance

A classic in the field, this book combines intelligence and practical experience to explain the heart of spiritual guidance—a must for retreat leaders and spiritual directors.

Front Cover for Answering The Enlightenment

Revelation, one of the most important concepts in Western religious thought, has, in modern times, been critiqued or abandoned entirely. Grant Kaplan’s perceptive study shows how Catholic views of revelation can help us retrieve the spiritual insights from the Enlightenment. 

Front Cover of Anglican Approaches to Scripture

In this remarkable book, award-winning author Rowan A. Greer weaves together historical detail and theological sensitivity to present a multi-layered Anglican perspective on scripture.

Front Cover of The Analogical Imagination

An essential addition to any serious theological library. David Tracy looks at the culture of pluralism, and introduces his influential concept of the "classic," as well as his idea of the difference between analogical and other ways of viewing the life of faith. 

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