A Catholic Vision of Communion and Deification viewing the Trinity as the Goal, Source, and Archetype of all things Christian and human. An exercise in Ressourcement theology, this book draws on the vision of Henri de Lubac, Hans Urs von Balthasar, and Pope Benedict XVI, as well as the personalism of Pope John Paul II. It focuses on the Divine Personhood of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as the Wellspring of Worship and the contemplative guide for human relationships. Human personhood in its fallen and divinized forms is explored in light of patristic teaching on the Trinitarian Communion.
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By Philip Krill
Mar 4, 2010
A non-traditional approach to the depths of the Catholic Tradition. A refreshing, almost poetic alternative to the worn-out by-the-book approach of even "good Catholics" who believe the spiritual life consists of keeping the rules and "imitating Christ." Krill invites us into a deeper approach to the mystery of our Faith.
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