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Saint Louis University

Theological Studies Department

2017 DeLubac Lecture Series presents:

Dr. Rowan Williams

March 7, 2017, 7pm

Center for Global Citizenship

2017 De Lubac

Henri de Lubac always refused to accept the idea of a fixed gulf between the natural and the supernatural, and his thought consistently stresses that divine and human are not in some kind of zero-sum relation. Other theologians, from the Anglican Austin Farrer to de Lubac's fellow-Jesuit Erich Przywara, have said the same and have connected this to the central truth of the Incarnation. I hope in this lecture to suggests how we might explore a little further this connection between what we say about Christ and what we say about God's relation to finite existence - with the hope of showing that our theology of Christ is deeply intertwined with what we say in every other area of our Christian thinking and acting.

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