Lessons in Trinitarian Theology

Lessons in Trinitarian Theology

1. From lex orandi to lex credendi

Gargano Guido Innocenzo

traduzione di: Rutt Andrew, Walker Heather

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In the context of a complex ecclesiological analysis, the volume introduces the reader to the study of the doctrinal developments concerning the Trinitarian mystery. In particular the author underlines the historical-speculative contribution of the believing and praying communities. The study’s main focus is in fact the Profession of Faith in God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit of the Church liturgy and personal prayer experience. A great deal of space is devoted to Trinitarian hints embedded in the Old and New Testament. The Author retraces the evolution of Christian theological thought examining its key figures and events since the Apostolic Age. The volume, which is sensitive to educational needs of a sound historical and doctrinal grounding, is absorbing as it highlights contextual factors at the origin of doctrinal statements whose Trinitarian foundations are always carefully highlighted.

[I ed. italiana: Lezioni di Teologia Trinitaria. Dalla lex orandi alla lex credendi, UUP 2014]

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Traditio Apostolica; Fathers of the Church; Augustine of Hippo


Urbaniana University Press

Autori e Curatori

Guido Innocenzo Gargano is a Camaldolese monk who teaches at the Pontifical Urbaniana University as Extraordinary Professor of Dogmatic Theology and at the Pontifical Biblical Institute as Invited Professor of History of Exegesis and Patristic Hermeneutics. The long-time director of the Journal “Vita Monastica”, Gargano is the promoter of the Camaldoli Jewish-Christian Talks. He contributed to the Dizionario di Temi Teologici della Bibbia (2010) and other works in the fields of theology and patristic studies. He co-authored a tv series devoted to the Apostolic Creed and the daily program “Gocce di miele” (SAT 2000). Apart from a number of books devoted to Lectio Divina, he authored many volumes including: Il Sapore dei Padri della Chiesa nell’esegesi biblica (2009); Il formarsi dell’identità cristiana. L’esegesi biblica dei primi Padri della Chiesa (2010); Clemente e Origene nella Chiesa cristiana alessandrina (2011); Sant’Agostino e la Bibbia (2012); Il Libro la Parola e la Vita. L’esegesi biblica di Gregorio Magno (2013); Lezioni di Teologia Trinitaria 1 (2014) and Lezioni di Teologia Trinitaria 2 (2015).