By Eugene F. Rogers, Jr. (NHC Fellow, 1998–99)
Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1999
From the publisher’s description:
Eugene F. Rogers, Jr., presents a challenge to contemporary Catholic thought and contributes to a paradigm shift in Thomas interpretation with this groundbreaking book: He provides a fresh interpretation of Aquinas on the nature of theology and uncovers and explores theological affinities between Aquinas and Protestant theologian Karl Barth. As an overture to contemporary Protestant thought, he seeks to overcome prejudices about Thomas’s commitments to Scripture and the centrality of Jesus Christ, and does so in part by turning to Aquinas’s commentary on Romans — a crucial work never before translated or treated at length in English.
SubjectsReligion / Theology / Christianity / Karl Barth / Thomas Aquinas /
Rogers, Eugene F., Jr. (NHC Fellow, 1998–99). Thomas Aquinas and Karl Barth: Sacred Doctrine and the Natural Knowledge of God. Revisions. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1999.