Item description for The Reality of Jesus: An Essay in Christology by Dermot A. Lane...
Overview A synthesis of current thinking on christology.
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Studio: Paulist Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.64" Width: 5.84" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.47 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 1977
Publisher Paulist Press
ISBN 0809120208 ISBN13 9780809120208
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More About Dermot A. Lane
Dermot A. Lane is president of the Mater Dei Institution, a college of Dublin City University, and a parish priest at Balally in south Dublin. He as also taught at the Irish School of Ecumenics in Dublin and is a frequent lecturer in the United States. He has published 7 books with Veritas and his books published in the U.S. include Reality of Jesus: An Essay on Christology (Paulist, 1977), Christ at the Centre: Selected Issues in Christology (Paulist, 1991), Keeping Hope Alive (Wipf & Stock, 2005), and The Experience of God: An Invitation to Do Theology (Paulist, 2005). He is co-editor of The New Dictionary of Theology (Liturgical/Michael Glazier, 1993).
Dermot A. Lane was born in 1941.
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not quite what I'd hoped for Apr 30, 2000
This work does a fair job of exploring the mystery of who Jesus Christ was and is. Premises of Lane's hermeneutic approach load the dice in such a way as to yield a Jesus who is not quite the Son of God as Christians have long understood him to be. This departure from traditional Christology seems somewhat veiled by an appeal to the absolute mystery of God, when Lane argues that even Jesus couldn't have been the perfect revelation of the Father.