Edward Schillebeeckx and Christian Humanism
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Edward Schillebeeckx and Christian Humanism

(Herman-Emiel Mertens) The Low Countries - 1996, № 4, pp. 255-259

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Herman Schillebeeckx's humanism is grounded in the Christian doctrine of creation, which forms the basis of his entire theology, and on the illuminating example of the historical Jesus, confessed as the liberating Christ. The focus is on an emancipated and emancipating humanism that takes full account of the actual suffering of actual people.

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