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Title: A liturgical approach to scripture and tradition
Authors: Swetnam, James
Keywords: Catholic Church -- Liturgy
Catholic Church -- Customs and practices
Religious literature
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Theology
Citation: Swetnam, J. (2007). A liturgical approach to scripture and tradition. Melita Theologica, 58(2), 23-30.
Abstract: Professor Donfried, as scholars go, is blue-chip all the way, by reason of the professors under whom he studied (e.g., Paul Tillich, John Knox, Giinther Bornkamm, Karl Barth), the institutions at which he studied (e.g., Harvard, Union Theological, Heidelberg), the institution where he taught for decades as a distinguished professor (Smith College), the places where he has been visiting professor (e.g., Yale, Hebrew University of Jerusalem), and his participation in ecumenical dialogue (member of the Lutheran-Roman Catholic New Testament panel). Above all, he has presided in liturgical services as a Lutheran minister in the Christ Church Cathedral in the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts.
ISSN: 10129588
Appears in Collections:MT - Volume 58, Issue 2 - 2007
MT - Volume 58, Issue 2 - 2007

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