Join members of Catholic Theological College for the launch of Saint Augustine on the Resurrection of Christ: Teaching, Rhetoric, and Reception by Gerald O’Collins SJ AC.
To be launched by Hon. Dr Barry Jones AC
Date/Time: 5.30pm arrival for 6.00pm launch | Thursday 20 July 2017
Venue: Catholic Theological College | 278 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne
Contact and RSVP: Jill Donconvio | Jill.Doncovio@ctc.edu.au
Right into the twenty-first century scholars have examined what St Augustine of Hippo (354–430) taught on the Trinity, freewill and grace, the interpretation of Scripture, the sacraments, and other central themes of Chris-tian faith. Surprisingly, his teaching on Christ’s resurrection from the dead has been long neglected. This book aims to fill this important gap. Gerald O’Collins first sets out what Augustine preached and wrote about Christ’s personal rising from the dead and about the historical and existential evidence for accepting the resurrection. The second half of the book takes up the enduring significance of this teaching and apologetic and, where necessary, updates Augustine’s account of Christ’s resurrection. Now resident scholar at Jesuit Theological College (Parkville, Vic), O’Collins has authored or co-authored nearly seventy books, including eight on the resurrection.
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Saint Augustine on the Resurrection
of Christ: Teaching, Rhetoric and Reception