By Benjamin Durheim

Sacramental theology has usually been a hard zone of dialog among Catholics and Protestants. In Christ’s present, Our Response, Benjamin Durheim envisions a collaborative approach ahead, forging a talk among modern methods to the relationship among sacraments and ethics.

Drawing basically from Louis-Marie Chauvet and the Finnish tuition of Luther interpretation, Durheim constructs a jointly enriching theological discussion. past comparability and distinction, this is often an try to draw those theologies jointly as resources for every different, instead of as competitors.

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