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The Discovery of God The Discovery of God contains the guiding thread of all of Henri de Lubac s work the idea of God and the life of the spirit. Read The Discovery of God author Henri de Lubac – wildweaves.co.uk

Read The Discovery of God– wildweaves.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 220 pages
  • The Discovery of God
  • Henri de Lubac
  • English
  • 20 November 2017
  • 0802840892

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  1. I read this in order to lay the foundations down for my thesis in Theological Studies, which involves putting de Lubac s negative theology, which leads to mystery, as the foundation of his whole theological project But I enjoyed thisthan I thought I would It moves a lot like Pascal s Pens es, going back and forth between his thought as a theologian and his resources, from the Church Fathers to the Medieval Mystics If one really wants t...

  2. Prayerful Engagement with Struggle of the FaithAddressing some of his friends who struggled with issues of faith, DeLubac takes challenges to faith in God seriously by engaging them in a thorough, yet prayerful way While he uses philosophical and theological language, I found this book to touch me in a deeply personal way, exploring some of the great struggles of the soul I have known in my own faith There are almost two kinds of books at work here First and primary, De Lubac works through a Prayerful Engagement with Struggle of the FaithAddressing some of his friends who struggled with issues of faith, DeLubac takes challenges to faith in God seriously by engaging them in a thorough, yet prayerful way While he uses philosophical and theological language, I found this book to touch me in a deeply personal way, exploring some of the great struggles of the soul I have known in my own faith There are almost two kinds of books at work here First and primary, De Lubac works through a series of ideas related to faith, loss of faith, and revelation Rather than writing a formal argument, he writes in fragments, quoting and alluding to a range of other writers across time through a range of thoughts centered on specific themes for each chapter.At a later point, DeLubac returned to this initial text and heavily footnoted his references and arguments These footn...

  3. Human acts implicitly reveal God s presence.

  4. The contemplative will appreciate this book Though on the verge of the metaphysical, it is a wonderful read.

  5. Recommended by James Schall in Another Sort of Learning, Chapter 19, as one of Sixteen Books on Belief and Disbelief.