Theology

Front Cover of Hindu Spirituality: Postclassical and Modern

This book explores the richness of the Hindu tradition in its post-classical and modern periods. Chapters on Hinduism's poetry, art, philosophy, festivals, and music, as well as modern pioneers such as Sri Aurobindo and Mahatma Gandhi, are arranged in sections on regional spiritualities; the spiritualities of the Puranas, Agamas, and Tantra.

Front Cover for Heaven Begins Within You

Long before psychology became the reference point for the interpretation of our lives, the Desert Fathers were true doctors of the soul. Embrace the wisdom of the devoted sages whose faith continues to offer guidance for modern daily life.

Front Cover of Handing on the Faith

Catholic Press Award Winner. The Crossroad Publishing Company presents the first volume of The Church in the 21st Century series sponsored by Boston College.

Front Cover of Handbook of Catholic Theology

This volume, a nuanced introduction to the core concepts in Catholic theology, features 337 entries. With helpful tables and indices, this volume represents a richer, deeper treatment of many issues than is found in other dictionaries of theology.

Front Cover of The Greatest Marvel of Nature

Designed for use in introductory courses to theology, this short volume is an accessible presentation of the fundamentals of classical philosophy and the light it sheds on our understanding of the human person.

Front Cover for Grammars of Resurrection

This is a brilliant and original study of the doctrine of the Resurrection, incorporating much of the history of modern Christology, but set out in a fresh, remarkably elegant form by a young Catholic theologian. This work is likely to be at the center of theological discussion for years to come.

Front Cover A Gospel Priesthood

A meditative and Biblically referential perspective on the spiritual life of Christ.

Front cover for The Good News According to Luke

Richard Rohr shares his understanding of Luke's message for today's reader. Grounded in scholarship but accessible to a general audience, this commentary sheds light on the creation of the Bible and ways that we think about God's word.

Front Cover for God Fleshed

Drawing on the rich content of the Scriptures, tradition and history, God-Fleshed offers a comprehensive roadmap of the quest for the Jesus of history and Christ of faith. The fact that the Eucharist has taken on the actual form of flesh and blood gives the authors a specific perspective to trace the story of a God who becomes man and dies for humanity.

Front Cover of God, Evil, and Innocent Suffering

Do people suffer only because they deserve to suffer? According to classical Christian belief, yes. John Thiel, however, insists that some people who suffer are truly innocent.  Innocent suffering suggests a different way of thinking about God’s presence, including how God is not directly involved in human suffering and death.

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