Faith comes from what is heard : an introduction to fundamental theology / Lawrence Feingold.
By: Feingold, Lawrence.Material type: BookPublisher: Steubenville, OH : Emmaus Academic, 2016Description: xxi, 648 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781941447543; 1941447546.Subject(s): Catholic Church -- Doctrines | Catholic Church -- Apologetic works | Catholic Church | Theology, Doctrinal | Apologetics | Revelation -- Catholic Church | Apologetics | Revelation -- Catholic Church | Theology, DoctrinalGenre/Form: Apologetic writings.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 567-594) and indexes.
Part 1. Revelation and faith: God speaks to man and our response. Chapter 1. Revelation and salvation history -- Chapter 2. The virtue of divine faith -- Chapter 3. Motives of credibility for faith. Part 2. Theology: faith seeking understanding. Chapter 4. Should theology exist? two orders of knowledge about God -- Chapter 5. The science of theology -- Chapter 6. Theological method. Part 3. Transmission of revelation through tradition and the Magisterium. Chapter 7. Apostolic tradition and the "oral tradition." -- Chapter 8. Apostolic succession: heirarchical nature of the transmission of revelation -- Chapter 9. The Magisterium of the Church, the charism of infallibility, and three grades of assent. Part 4. The inspiration and truth of scripture: biblical hermeneutics. Chapter 10: Inspiration of scripture -- Chapter 11: The truth of scripture -- Chapter 12: Principles and methods of biblical interpretation. Part 5. Historicity of the Gospels. Chapter 13. Was Christ's claim a myth? Challenge -- Chapter 14. Apostolic origin of the four gospels -- Chapter 15. Historical character of the four gospels. Part 6. Biblical typology. Chapter 16. The four senses of scripture -- Chapter 17. Scriptural reference to typology -- Chapter 18. Fittingness of biblical typology.