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This revised and expanded third edition of Father Kereszty's widely used Christology text is equipped with recommended readings, study questions and updeated bibliography. In dialogue with contemporary concerns and controversies, it present a pentrating and integral approach to the mystery of Christ, with broad appeal to Roman Catholics, Protestants and Orthodox Christians alike. In it they will find an articulation of their common faith in Jesus, the Christ, true God and true man. Though written as a Christology text on the graduate level, the book interest any educated reader who seeks to know Jesus.

"This book is alive and exciting. While reading it, I was aware of the impact that it would have made on my preaching and teaching had it been a text studied in the seminary." — P. MacCarthy, Homiletic and Pastoral Review

"In controversial issues it chooses, as a rule, the most solid and enlightening views." — L. Renwart, Nouvelle Revue Théologique

"It is that rare textbook in theology that is written in a contemplative spirit and that includes to prayer. If I had to teach Christology, yours would be the book." — Louis Dupré, Yale University

"For the reader who is overwhelmed by the plurality of methods, philosophical presuppositions, and critical hermeneutical perspectives that characterize contemporary theology, the kind of synthesis this book achieves is profoundly encouraging." — Sara Butler, Mundelein Seminary

About the Author: Roch A. Kereszty, O. Cist., adjunct professor of theology at the Graduate School of the University of Dallas and chair of the Theology Department, Cistercian Preparatory School, received his doctorate in theology from the Pontifical Athenaeum of St. Anselm in Rome. He is the author of, among others, God Seekers for a New Age (Pflaum, 1970), co-author with Dr. William Farmer of Peter and Paul in the Church of Rome (Paulist Press, 1990), and editor of and contributor to The Eucharist in the Life of the Church (Paulist Press, 2002). He is also novice master at the Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Dallas. This revised and combined edition supersedes the earlier edition of Jesus Christ (1991) and its Supplement (1997).

Book: 562 pages


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