Explaining the difference between loyal and disloyal dissent.
Bruce D. Marshall is Edward and Emma Lehman Professor of Christian Doctrine at the Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University. A different and longer version of this essay appeared in a festschrift for Ralph Del Colle.
Matthias Scheeben teaches us the virtues theologians need.
Bruce D. Marshall is professor of Christian doctrine at Perkins School of Theology.
How the Pope finds Jesus in the Bible.
Bruce D. Marshall is professor of Christian Doctrine at Perkins School of Theology.
Bruce D. Marshall is professor of historical theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
Bruce D. Marshall is Professor of Religion at St. Olaf College.
Bruce D. Marshall in ďThe Theologianís Ecclesial VocationĒ (October) argues that reason must be subordinate to faith, and theologians subordinate to the Church. If this means only that an organization that hires a scholar specifically to teach only what that o
Bruce D. Marshall replies: Iím not surprised that Edward Oakes disagrees with my comments on the difference between Pope Benedictís reading of the Passion narrative and that of Hans Urs von Balthasar. This is not the place to go into the merits, or the cohere
Bruce D. Marshall and respectfully disagree with his conclusion. What is more merciful, Christís allowing us a small share in the great redemptive act accomplished by him, or Godís forgiveness of our sins by fiat? The former includes all manner of suffering he
Bruce D. Marshall in the January 2010 issue, shows the power of the ideas within First Things to reinforce each other. Incorporating Heschelís use of simultaneous poles (the dialectic?) would have raised Marshallís article on sin and debt from the excellent to
Notes on authors in this issue
Bruce D. Marshall is professor of historical theology at Perkins School of Theology. Francis Martin holds the Adam Cardinal Maida Chair in Sacred Scripture at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. Judith Martin, better known as Miss Manners, is an America
On the Square
Dec 30, 2009 5:08am
Bruce D. Marshallís lovely essay on Gary A. Andersonís latest book, Sin: A History. Also, Paul J. Griffiths reads A Very Brief History of Eternity and finds the author Carlos Eire belongs ďto that increasing company of our contemporaries and recent ancestors
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