Faith in Focus
Nancy HawkinsApril 09, 2012
The promise of faith is that Christ is always with us, even to the end of time.
Nancy HawkinsOctober 25, 2010
Terrence W. Tilley on what faith is and what is isn't
Nancy HawkinsAugust 02, 2010
Was Christianity complicit in the sin of slavery?
Nancy HawkinsNovember 09, 2009
Profiles of four women who struggled to find their place in the church and American society
Nancy HawkinsNovember 19, 2007
With The Mother of the Lord the Pontifical International Marian Academy offers the reader a systematic academic presentation on the person and mission of Mary the mother of God The preface of the work explains what this book is and by virtue of that explanation the reader understands what this
Nancy HawkinsAugust 27, 2007
In 2003 the theological community and the world lost one of its most prolific and down-to-earth Christian scholars Dorothee Soelle Her work endured five decades and spanned the period from the birth of political theology to our present globalistic cyber-age Soelle rsquo s voice was not silenced a
Nancy HawkinsJune 20, 2005
The newest book by the papal biographer and social commentator George Weigel owes much of its theory to the late Pope John Paul II and its main questions read like a sermon by the new pope Benedict XVI The Cube and the Cathedral is an excellent read It is clear to the point and engaging and en
Nancy HawkinsJune 09, 2003
With the publication of Truly Our Sister A Theology of Mary in the Communion of Saints Elizabeth A Johnson has reached a challenging theological goal that she set for herself almost a decade ago It was Johnson rsquo s initial desire to write a book on Mary and include a chapter on the communion
Nancy HawkinsOctober 21, 2002
The topic of suffering is never far from the lips of theologians or those who take seriously their relationship with their God In light of the horrific events of Sept 11 2001 the questions posed by suffering especially innocent suffering seem especially pertinent for examination John E Thiel
Nancy HawkinsJuly 01, 2002
Over the years many theological texts have brought fresh insights to the well- known story of the sisters from Bethany named Mary and Martha Now we can add the fine scholarship and fresh ideas of the Japanese feminist theologian Satoko Yamaguchi to the list I truly enjoyed this book The author s