The Convergence of Theology: A Festschrift Honoring Gerald O'Collins, S.J.
Paulist Press, 2001 - 407 pages
The Convergence of Theology is a collection of essays written to honor Gerald O'Collins, S.J., beloved and highly esteemed author, lecturer and professor of theology at the Gregorian University in Rome, for his 70th birthday.
The 21 essays revolve around four different areas:
I. New Testament Studies
II. Vatican I, Vatican II, and Catholic Theology
III. Fundamental Theology and Spirituality
IV. Resurrection and Christology
The Meaning of Conciliar Dogmas
Bishop PaulJoseph Schmitt and Vatican II Jesus Christ the Fullness of Revelation
Dei Verbum Developing Vatican IIs Revelation Doctrine 19631964
Globalization Discovery of Catholicity
Society Academy and Church Who Can Read the Bible?
Roads to God An Australian Exploration in Fiction
What Can Be Known about God Is Plain to Them A Meditation on Religious Unbelief
Jesus and Faith
Blood and Defilement Reflections on Jesus and the Symbolics of Sex
John Hick and the Historical Jesus
Universality of the Word and Particularity of Jesus Christ
The Person of Christ
Why Some Still Doubt That Jesus Body Was Raised
Knowing Jesus Do Theologians Have a Special Way?
Spiritual Direction in Dialogue with Fundamental Theology
Docility to the Holy Spirit and the Call to Follow Jesus Catherine of Siena In Dialogue with Gerald OCollins
The Church as Easter Witness in the Thought of Gerald OCollins S J
The Church in the Context of the Kingdom of God
Bibliography of Gerald OCollins SJ
Index of Names