Transubstantiation: Theology, History, and Christian Unity
:This thoroughgoing study examines the doctrine of transubstantiation from historical, theological, and ecumenical vantage points. Brett Salkeld explores eucharistic presence in the theologies of Aquinas, Luther, and Calvin, showing that Christians might have more in common on this topic than...
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:This thoroughgoing study examines the doctrine of transubstantiation from historical, theological, and ecumenical vantage points. Brett Salkeld explores eucharistic presence in the theologies of Aquinas, Luther, and Calvin, showing that Christians might have more in common on this topic than they have typically been led to believe. As Salkeld corrects false understandings of the theology of transubstantiation, he shows that Luther and Calvin were much closer to the medieval Catholic tradition than is often acknowledged. The book includes a foreword by Michael Root.
Brett Salkeld (PhD, Regis College, University of Toronto) is archdiocesan theologian for the Archdiocese of Regina, Saskatchewan, and has served for many years on the national Canadian Roman Catholic-Evangelical Dialogue. He is the book review editor for the journal Pro Ecclesia and has written or edited several books, including Can Catholics and Evangelicals Agree about Purgatory and the Last Judgment?
- :<b>contents<br></b>foreword By Michael Root<br>1. Introduction<br>rejection Of Transubstantiation<br>agreement On Transubstantiation?<br>the Marginalization Of Transubstantiation<br>confusion About Transubstantiation<br>the Corruption Of Transubstantiation<br>2. Transubstantiation In The Catholic Tradition<br>origins Of Transubstantiation<br>transubstantiation And Real Presence<br>transubstantiation And Aristotle<br>transubstantiation In The <i>summa Theologiae</i><br>&quot;quid Sumit Mus?&quot; And Transignification: Two Test Cases For Understanding<br>3. Martin Luther<br>real Presence Without Transubstantiation<br>luther And The Swiss<br>replacing Transubstantiation<br>signs, Signification, And The Persistence Of Bread And Wine<br>the Incarnational Pattern And The Persistence Of The Bread And Wine<br>4. John Calvin<br>sign And Reality<br><i>res Tantum</i> In Calvin<br>zwinglian Or Thomist?<br>ascension And Real Presence<br>the Holy Spirit<br>an Obstacle And A Way Forward<br>conclusion<br>indexes