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Effective inculturation and ethnic identity

by Pontifical Gregorian University

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The present volume presents the contributions which touch the central theme of the 1982 Jerusalem Seminar. They illustrate the intimate relation between Revelation and culture in the Documents of Christian faith. The first study, by Paul Beauchamp, S.J., is about the role of the Old Testament in the process of building up local churches. The second one, by Francesco Rossi de Gasperis, is entitled Continuity and newness in the faith of the mother church of Jerusalem. The third one is an article of Reinhard Neudecker on the Sermon on the Mount as a Witness to Inculturation. The last study, by Mark Fang, deals with the sensus plenior in Holy Scripture and in the Chinese Classics. The volume opens with the address of Pope John Paul II to the members of the Pontifical Biblical Commission (26.4.1979).

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