The Theology of Grace

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The Theology of Grace

  • Georgetown University
15 Lectures (6 CDs) Including Electronic Study Guide
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How do you understand Grace and sin? How are they spiritually connected?

In the Western Church, the understanding of grace, sin, and God's good creation has been shaped by theologians responding to the challenges specific to their times while using the resources of theology, philosophy, and personal religious experience. With the help of Father Brian McDermott, S.J., and this series of 15 25-minute lectures, you will be able to address these and other questions as well as gain a deeper understanding of the dynamics of God's Grace.

In this program you will explore the ways that God works in our lives to draw us closer to the Divine Mystery, to forgive our sinfulness in a transformative way, and to liberate us for generous service in the world.

Theologians and great thinkers from the apostle Paul to St. Thomas Aquinas, to contemporary philosophers such as Karl Rahner, will all have a part in this journey to fully understanding the concept of God's grace and its role in our Catholic lives every day.

This program will help you feel more in touch with your inner grace, and help you grapple with the challenging ideas of grace and sin in the world. Fr. McDermott does a remarkable job of opening your minds to the history of past theological debates on these terms, while helping you find, in your heart, what you truly believe.

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Topic Titles
Topic Titles
  • Introduction to the Theology of Grace
  • Grace and Sin in the Old Testament
  • Grace and Sin in the New Testament: St. Paul
  • Grace and Sin in Eastern Orthodox Christianity
  • Grace and Sin in St. Augustine
  • Grace and Sin in Julian of Norwich
  • Grace and Nature in Thomas Aquinas
  • Grace and Sin in the Theology of Martin Luther
  • The Council of Trent on Original Sin and Justification
  • Grace and Sin in Karl Rahner
  • Grace, Sin, and Liberationist Theory
  • Grace, Sin, and Feminist Theology
  • Grace, Sin, and Ecological Theory
  • Grace and Christianity’s Encounter with World Religions
  • Retrospect and Conclusion
About Your Presenter

Fr. Brian McDermott, S.J. is a Catholic priest and a member of the Jesuits, the Society of Jesus. He is currently the Special Assistant to the President at Georgetown University. He previously served as Rector of the Jesuit Community, Research Professor in the Department of Theology, and Affiliate Professor in the Department of Pastoral Counseling at Loyola University Maryland. He received his doctorate in systematic theology from the University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, in 1973. From 1973 to 2000, he was a member of the faculty of Weston Jesuit School of Theology in Cambridge, Mass., serving as academic dean for eight of those years. Fr. McDermott is the author of two books, What are They Saying About the Grace of Christ? and Word Become Flesh: Dimensions of Christology as well as numerous articles and reviews.

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The Theology of Grace brought a clear perspective of various Church Theologians
The Theology of Grace brought a clear perspective of various Church Theologians of how grace moves within the Church, the Body of Christ, and how we, as members of the Church, are such critical elements of this salvific economy. Review by Gary (Posted on 4/28/2016)
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