Table of contents for Paths to the Triune God : an encounter between Aquinas and recent theologies / Anselm K. Min.

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 Acknowledgments and Abbreviations
 Chapter 1: Reason and Creation in Theology and Faith: The Rational Way to God
 1. The Contemporary Relevance of Natural Theology
 2. The Role of Reason and Creation in Theology and Faith
 3. A Trinitarian Theology of Creation
 4. Aquinas's Theology of Reason and Creation for Today
 Chapter 2: The Implicit Salvation of Non-Christians: The Moral Way to God
 1. The Debate on the Salvation of Non-Christians
 2. Dialectic of Implicit and Explicit Faith
 3. The Principle of Difference in Saving Providence
 4. The Dialectic of Nature and Grace in the Moral Act
 Chapter 3: A Sacramental Theology of Religions: The Religious Way to God
 1. A Christological, Trinitarian Theology of Salvation
 2. Mediation of Salvation through Solidarity, Ecclesiality, and Sacramentality
 3. Toward a Sacramental Theology of Religions
 4. Predestination, Reprobation, Justice
 Chapter 4: Theology as Contemplative Wisdom: The Contemplative Way to God
 1. The Debate on Theory and Praxis in Theology
 2. Theology as Wisdom
 3. Theology as Theory/Contemplation
 4. Ambiguity of Theological Intellectualism
 Chapter 5: Contemplating the Triune God: The Beginning and End of All Things
 1. Human Knowledge of the Triune God
 2. An Ontology of the Triune God
 3. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
 4. Three Persons in Relation
 5. The Missions of the Triune God
 Chapter 6: Contemporary Trinitarian Discussions in Light of Aquinas
 1. The Problem of Metaphysical Language
 2. The Grammar of Trinitarian Language
 3. The Problem of Sexist Language
 4. Social Trinitarianism on the Unity and Trinity in God: Moltmann, 
Pannenberg, Platinga, Jr.
 5. A Critique of Social Trinitarianism in Light of Aquinas
 Chapter 7: Toward a Dialectic of Prophetic and Sapiential Theology: 
A Postcritical Retrieval of Aquinas
 1. Dialectic of Suspicion and Retrieval
 2. The State of Contemporary Theology
 3. Two Types of Theology: Prophetic and Sapiential
 4. Towards a Dialectic of Praxis and Contemplation
 Works Cited
 Index of Names
 Index of Subjects

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274.
Natural theology.