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Holiness Unto Truth; Intersections between Wesleyan and Roman Catholic Voices

by L. Bryan Williams

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This book, via media philosophy: Holiness unto Truth. Conversations between Wesleyan and Roman Catholic Voices, records the first formal philosophical conversations between Wesleyan and Roman Catholic philosophers and theologians. Although the Methodist community has developed numerous points of intersection with Roman Catholic counterparts, authors from smaller Wesleyan/Holiness groups along with Roman Catholic writers now offer new philosophical conversations. This book begins that conversation with a review of Pope John Paul II's call in Fides et Ratio [Faith and Reason] for adequate dialogue by philosophers on crucial areas of mutual concern. Important bridges between the two communities are developed within each chapter. Examples of via media practices in the lives of Rev. John Wesley and Cardinal John Henry Newman are highlighted. An editorial thread of other via media practices is offered after each chapter. A special contribution by Marquette Professor D. Stephen Long, "Performing the Truth," closes this conversation with a call for holiness unto truth to be made present in the world. This book strives to facilitate early steps along a via media to a holy relationship unto truth between Wesleyan and Roman Catholic voices.

Publication Details

Publisher:
Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Edition:
1
Publication Date:
2009

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  • Adobe PDF eBook 845.8 KB

L. Bryan Williams (Editor)

L. Bryan Williams serves as Associate Professor of Ethics and Religion at Warner Pacific College in Portland, Oregon. Professor Williams earned his Ph.D. in Religion and Social Ethics from the University of Southern California. His dissertation, R...

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