The Theology of Benedict Xvi: A Protestant Appreciation
:God's rottweiler or shepherd of the faithful? There's no doubt about Benedict XVI's theological legacy. He's been at the center of every major theological controversy in the Catholic Church over the last fifty years. But he remains a...
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:God's rottweiler or shepherd of the faithful?
There's no doubt about Benedict XVI's theological legacy. He's been at the center of every major theological controversy in the Catholic Church over the last fifty years. But he remains a polarizing figure, misunderstood by supporters and opponents alike.
A deeper understanding of Benedict's theology reveals a man dedicated to the life and faith of the church. In this collection of essays, prominent Protestant theologians examine and commend the work of the Pope Emeritus. Katherine Sonderegger, Kevin Vanhoozer, and Carl Trueman-among others-present a full picture of Benedict's theology, particularly his understanding of the relationship between faith and reason and his pursuit of truth for the church. The global Christian faith can learn from Benedict's insight into the modern church and his desire to safeguard the future of the church by leaning on the wisdom of the ancient church.
Gregg R. Allison
Kevin J. Vanhoozer
R. Lucas Stamps
Christopher R. J. Holmes
Carl R. Trueman
Peter J. Leithart
Preston D. S. Parsons
Jonathan Warren P. (Pagán)
Joseph Ratzinger was Professor of theology at Munich and Regensburg before becoming head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith of the Roman Catholic Church. He was elected Pope taking the name Benedict XVI in 2005.