"Christian faith is a divine virtue, come down from heaven in Jesus Christ, inculturated by the Spirit in Mary and the Church, and made fruitful for God’s ongoing birth into the world."
Meeting Christ in the ChurchMichael Figura
On the Absoluteness of ChristianityCardinal Leo Scheffczyk
“God in Christ, Reconciled the World to Himself”: Redemption in BalthasarAntoine Birot
Inclusive Representation and Atonement in Norbert HoffmanAlberto Espezel
The Role of the “Jesus of History”: Research within the Theological EnterpriseRoch Kereszty
Jesus Christ, Our Resurrection and LifeAngelo Scola
The Unknown Beyond the Word: The Pneumatological Foundations of DialogueRobert P. Imbelli
With Whom Do We Dialogue?Terry Tekippe
Dialogue within the ChurchGary Culpepper
The change in the spiritual attitude contained in the transition from the patristic to the modern age can be described as a change from a world-condemning "dying to the world" to a world-affirming "dying to the world."