9781537593401-1537593404-On Divine Tradition: De Divina Traditione

On Divine Tradition: De Divina Traditione

ISBN-13: 9781537593401
ISBN-10: 1537593404
Edition: 1
Author: Franzelin SJ, Card John Baptist
Publication date: 2016
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Format: Paperback 469 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781537593401
ISBN-10: 1537593404
Edition: 1
Author: Franzelin SJ, Card John Baptist
Publication date: 2016
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Format: Paperback 469 pages

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Acknowledged authors Franzelin SJ, Card John Baptist wrote On Divine Tradition: De Divina Traditione comprising 469 pages back in 2016. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1537593404 and 9781537593401. Since then On Divine Tradition: De Divina Traditione textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 3.48 or rent at the marketplace.

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On Divine Tradition is one of the most important theological texts dealing with the notion of Tradition in the Church. Unlike other authors who wrote very well on the subject but tailored it to the issues of their day, such as Melchior Cano and St. Robert Bellarmine, Cardinal Franzelin wrote a treatise considering tradition in itself, and then applied the fruit of this discussion to refute the Protestant notion that Tradition is opposed to Scripture.Thus, in 26 Theses, Franzelin explains for us the notion of Tradition, where we seen tradition in history; how Scripture is also a witness to it; that Christ founded a living magisterium of witnesses to guide His Church; what is infallibility and how do we see it exercised; what are the monuments; what is the authority of the Fathers of the Church as well as the Theologians? What do we make of St. Vincent of Lérin’s definition, always, everywhere and by all?Questions such as these, are treated in depth in a serious theological study considered to be classical in theological studies, which set the discussion for every other writer on the topic, even after Vatican II. Hitherto locked away in Latin, Ryan Grant (Director of the Bellarmine Translation Project) has rendered them into a good, readable English while preserving the scholastic and Thomistic language of the original, having given a great contribution to Theology which for too long has been impoverished on account of being cut off from its Latin patrimony.

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