The Logos as Reason, Word, and Love in the Theology of Joseph Ratzinger
St. Augustine's Press (15 Sep 2014).
The Logos as Reason, Word, and Love in the Theology of Joseph Ratzinger explores the doctrine of the Logos as it can be found in the varied writings of Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI). Specifically, it articulates that the Ratzingerian Logos-doctrine holds that the Divine Word is revealed to humanity through Reason, the Holy Scriptures and the life of Jesus, and through the love of God found reflected in the Christian Church and the beauty of human life and dialogue.
About the Author:
John J. Lynch is an Episcopal (Anglican) priest, teacher, author, and translator. Born in North Carolina, he graduated from Wake Forest University, and then served seven years as an Episcopal missionary in Honduras, teaching at a bilingual school and the diocesan seminary. He earned a Ph.D. in Apologetics and Philosophy from Trinity Theological Seminary and currently serves as rector of Christ the King Episcopal Church (Charles Parish) in Tabb, Virginia.
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