- Publish Date: 2006-04-07
- Binding: Paperback
Sacred Adventure is an initial consideration of Christianity, God's call, and the human response. The contributors are not catechists, but theologians who, after St. Anselm, see theology as faith seeking understanding. The text targets those who seek to understand Christianity and its theology. The essays highlight the interconnectedness and distinct features of religion as they seek to hear and respond to God's call. The authors are well-known theological thinkers and writers, including Cardinal Avery Dulles, SJ, and younger emerging scholars. The book discusses issues of faith, religion, and theology from the scripture perspectives; Thomas's proofs of the existence of God; the early church; liberation theology; and feminism.