A master of philosophy and theology, Herbert McCabe is regarded as one of the deepest and most profound Roman Catholic thinkers of the twentieth century. The epitome of Dominican intellectual openness and rigor, McCabe’s writings read like great speaking, making clear the complex. Reason and good argumentation are emphasized, while jargon, intellectual posturing, and platitudes are shunned. This collection features McCabe’s mature thinking on a wide range of topics pertinent to the intersection of philosophy and theology—the reasonableness of religious belief, the sacraments as producers of human unity, the vision of God as the goal of human happiness, salvation through the human Son of God, ethical thinking, and more.
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