Wiley
Wiley.com
Print this page Share

Aquinas in Dialogue: Thomas for the Twenty-First Century

ISBN: 978-1-4051-1931-3
196 pages
August 2004, Wiley-Blackwell
Aquinas in Dialogue: Thomas for the Twenty-First Century (1405119314) cover image
Written and edited by leading scholars in the field, this collection explores Aquinas’ continuing relevance to contemporary theology and his ability to enlighten inter- and intra-faith dialogue.

  • Explores Aquinas’ continuing relevance to contemporary theology.

  • Looks at how Aquinas illuminates dialogue both among Christians and between Christians and non-Christians today.

  • Written by both scholars of Aquinas and those who are actively involved in ecumenical and inter-religious dialogue.

  • Topics range from Aquinas and Eastern Orthodoxy to Aquinas and atheism.

  • Helps us to think rigorously about what is required to speak truthfully to people with different beliefs.
See More
1. Aquinas, Merit and Reformation Theology After the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification: Michael Root (Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary).

2. Ex Occidente Lux? Aquinas and Eastern Orthodox Theology: Bruce D. Marshall (Southern Methodist University).

3. Thomas Aquinas and Judaism: Henk J. M. Schoot (Catholic Theological University of Utrecht ) and Pim Valkenberg (Catholic University of Nijmegen).

4. Thomas Aquinas and Islam: David B. Burrell, CSC (University of Notre Dame).

5. Aquinas Meets the Buddhists: Prolegomenon to an Authentically Thomas-ist Basis for Dialogue: Paul Williams (University of Bristol).

6. Aquinas and Analytical Philosophy: Natural Allies?: Fergus Kerr, OP (Blackfriars).

7. On Denying the Right God: Aquinas on Atheism and Idolatry: Denys Turner (University of Cambridge).

8. Shouting in the Land of the Hard of Hearing: Ob Being a Hillbilly Thomist: Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt (Loyola College).

See More
Jim Fodor is Associate Professor of Theology at St. Bonaventure University. He is the co-editor of the journal, Modern Theology, and the author of Christian Hermeneutics: Paul Ricoeur and the Refiguring of Theology (1995).


Frederick C. Bauerschmidt is Associate Professor of Theology at Loyola College in Maryland. He is the co-editor of the journal, Modern Theology, and the author of Julian of Norwich and the Mystical Body Politic of Christ (1999) and Why the Mystics Matter (2003).

See More

  • Explores Aquinas’ continuing relevance to contemporary theology.
  • Looks at how Aquinas illuminates dialogue both among Christians and between Christians and non-Christians today.
  • Written by both scholars of Aquinas and those who are actively involved in ecumenical and inter-religious dialogue.
  • Topics range from Aquinas and Eastern Orthodoxy to Aquinas and atheism.
  • Helps us to think rigorously about what is required to speak truthfully to people with different beliefs.
See More
"Jim Fodor and Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt have assembled a series of well-crafted and tightly reasoned essays . . . (they) have done us a great service by reminding us, once again, of Thomas Aquinas's enduring relevance to the religious conversation."
The Thomist <!--end-->

"Aquinas in Dialogue brings together some of the most eminent of modern theological exponents of Aquinas's thought to show how Aquinas engages with traditions other than his own: Lutheranism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, analytic philosophy, and atheism."
Church Times

See More

Related Titles

Back to Top