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Peter C. Phan (Vietnamese: Phêrô Phan Đình Cho; born January 5, 1943) is a Vietnamese-born American Catholic theologian and the inaugural holder of the Ellacuria Chair of Catholic Social Thought at Georgetown University. Phan has earned three doctorates: Doctor of Theology from Salesian University in Rome (1978), Doctor of Philosophy from the University of London (1986), and Doctor of Divinity from the University of London (2000)

Arthur Vining Davis Faculty Development grant, University Dallas, 1979, Faculty Development grant, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1985, King fellowship, 1987.

Arthur Vining Davis Faculty Development grant, University Dallas, 1979, Faculty Development grant, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1985, King fellowship, 1987. Member of School Theology Laity (board directors since 1984), Council Southwest Theological Schools (vice president since 1984), American Academy Religion, College Theology Society, Catholic Theological Society America.

The didaskalia of the Fathers is the formal and normative term of reference

The didaskalia of the Fathers is the formal and normative term of reference. Now, this was much more than just an "appeal to antiquity. Indeed, the Church always stresses the permanence of her faith through the ages, from the very beginning. This identity, since the Apostolic times, is the most conspicuous sign and token of right faith-always the same. Yet, "antiquity" by itself is not an adequate proof of the true faith. Tradition" in the Church is not a continuity of human memory, or a permanence of rites and habits. It is a living tradition-depositum juvenescens, in the phrase of St. Irenaeus. Accordingly, it cannot be counted inter mortuas regulas.

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The objectivity of the world-its object- or thing-character-and the human condition supplement each other; because .

The objectivity of the world-its object- or thing-character-and the human condition supplement each other; because human existence is conditioned existence, it would be impossible without things, and things would be a heap of unrelated articles, a non-world, if they were not the conditioners of human existence. To avoid misunderstanding: the human condition is not the same as human nature, and the sum total of human activities and capabilities which correspond to the human condition does not con- stitute anything like human nature.

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Grace and the Human Condition (Message of the fathers of the church) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0894533129

ISBN: 0894533126

Author: Peter C. Phan

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Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Michael Glazier (April 1, 1993)

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