Item description for I Believe in the Holy Spirit: The Complete Three Volume Work in One Volume by Op Yves Congar, Congar Yves & David Smith...
Overview "I Believe in the Holy Spirit" is a major treatise on the topic by one of the great theologians of the century. Yves Congar's book is one of the few comprehensive treatments of the Church's understanding of the Spirit and the working of the Spirit in the life of the Church by a Roman Catholic theologian, providing "indispensable resources for the development of a Spirit-sensitive theology" (Robert Imbelli).
Publishers Description "I Believe in the Holy Spirit" is a major treatise on the topic by one of the great theologians of the century. Yves Congar's book is one of the few comprehensive treatments of the Church's understanding of the Spirit and the working of the Spirit in the life of the Church by a Roman Catholic theologian.
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Studio: Herder & Herder
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.04" Width: 5.92" Height: 1.6" Weight: 2.6 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 1997
Publisher Herder & Herder
ISBN 0824516966 ISBN13 9780824516963
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More About Op Yves Congar, Congar Yves & David Smith
Yves Congar was a French Dominican cardinal and theologian.
Yves Congar was born in 1904 and died in 1995.
Yves Congar has published or released items in the following series...
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This book provides the intellectual foundation for Cursillo Sep 23, 1998
I read this book because I have been doing research on the Cursillo Movement (a spiritual renewal movement in various Christian denominations). Eduardo Bonnin, founder of Cursillo, references the work of Yves Congar in a 1996 interview in a Canadian newspaper as being part of the foundation for Cursillo. The book is a wonderful exposition on The Holy Spirit and is well worth reading. I believe that God intends us to use all His gifts, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual in our attempt to move closer to Him. For those in the Cursillo Movement this is "must reading".