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In this book Sesboue addresses the issue of Church Tradition and its meaning and significance for contemporary Christian life. One cannot rediscover the Gospels in their pure state by ignoring subsequent history, because that history has been tested by time and by people within the community of faith. The Church is the bearer of this witness throughout the ages and is subject to the judgment of this witness. This is what is referred to as Tradition.The understanding of what we do with this Tradition and the dogmas of the Church ?which can easily be placed in opposition to the Gospel? is at the top of the contemporary agenda in the dialogue between Catholics and Protestants regarding the manner in which tradition is used in relationship with Scripture; and with some among the Orthodox, who tend to magnify its role. This issue is also becoming a matter of serious dissent among Catholics, raising the question of the Mass according to the Roman Rite of Pius V. The author offers this book in good faith as a resource that may assist in promoting authentic reconciliation as the result of these necessary debates. Sesboue holds that true Tradition, which is the transmission of the Gospel from the Apostles to us, has always linked the new with the old. It has nothing to do with a recurrent, fixed understanding of the Church; such a view would be historically inaccurate and incompatible with a correct understanding of dogma. The author illustrates this thesis on the basis of historical evidence and theological argumentations. He concludes with a reflection on the new roles to which the Gospel leads us today.
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Bernard Sesboue SJ is Emeritus Professor of the Theological Faculty of the Centre de Sevres in Paris. Born in 1929, Sesboue is a world recognized French Jesuit scholar and specialist in ecumenism, with more than 50 publications translated into several languages. His works offer an updated presentation of the Christian faith in its relationship with Patristic Christology and interreligious dialogue. He was a member of the Groupe des Dombres from 1967 to 2005, and is a consultant to the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity.Dalla quarta di copertina:
"Gospel & Tradition is a concise, tightly written work mapping out how the Gospel has impacted the Tradition in a variety of epochs and cultural situations—creeds, sacraments, liturgy, mission, society. His work reflects a long standing involvement in ecumenical dialogue. It doesn't intend to propose subtle solutions to complex problems, but goes a long way in elucidating the issues and questions facing us during the rest of the 21st century." - George Griener, S.J., Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University, Berkeley, California
"The question of how tradition interacts with the genuinely new circumstances under which the gospel of Jesus Christ must be proclaimed in our day is among the most pressing with which theologians of all confessions must deal.Thus it is marvelous that we now have available to us Bernard Sesboüé's theologically adept, intellectually subtle, and profoundly faithful exploration of this topic. With rootedness, not only in the Catholic tradition, but in a broad irenic catholicity, Sesboüé draws on the church's traditions of doctrinal development, deft adaptation to cultural circumstances, and confidence in the power of the gospel message to be borne by a variety of ecclesiological images in order to offer rich insights into the possibilities of how 'tradition' might function as a vital category in the church's contemporary witness. Theologians across geographical and ecclesial boundaries will benefit mightily from this work." - Robert C. Saler, Visiting Lecturer in Theology, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
"Emeritus Professor of the Theological Faculty of the Centre de Sevres in Paris, French theologian Bernard Sesoue has written 'Gospel and Tradition', a 208-page compendium focusing upon how Christian tradition affects and is affect by new circumstances in terms of Christian communities understanding concerning the understanding and proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ within the context of the Roman Catholic church. A work of seminal ecclesiastical scholarship, Professor Sesboue writes with a clarity and insight that is as inspired as it is inspiring, making 'Gospel and Tradition' strongly recommended for both the clergy and the laity". - The Midwest Book Review
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