4 edition of Lonergan on conversion found in the catalog.
Lonergan on conversion
Michael L. Rende
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-221) and index.
|Statement||Michael L. Rende.|
|LC Classifications||BR118 .R45 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 225 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||89036279|
By Ian B. Bell and The Subjective Dimension of Human Work: The Conversion of the Acting Person According to Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II and Bernard Lonergan. By Deborah Savage. [REVIEW] Patrick Riordan - - Heythrop Journal 51 (2) This book is creative and important both as a demonstration of the pastoral fruitfulness of Lonergan's grounding of theological foundations in conversion and in the orientation it provides for novice directors in setting up concrete, highly fruitful directives and specific goals for the realization of maximally effective novitiate programs. (Dr.
Summary: A general introduction to the various contexts or stages in the development of Bernard Lonergan's thought. Specifically, it is an hermeneutical investigation of his notion of conversion as foundational for contemporary theological method. The two books which marked this phase of Lonergan's career are Verbum and Insight. It is found that judgment is the critical ground for all knowledge, implicitly also for theological knowledge. Further, knowledge is a compound of experience, understanding and judgment. The third chapter investigates what Lonergan means by Moral conversion.
Bernard Lonergan eBooks. Buy Bernard Lonergan eBooks to read online or download in PDF or ePub on your PC, tablet or mobile device. Lack of conversion will make for a world of disaster and decline. That sounds a lot like the Arrupe prayer to me. I bet Joe Whelan read Lonergan. Whelan’s own book.
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Introduction We will begin with reading Bernard Lonergan from his book Method in Theology and Msgr. Richard Liddy’s essay explaining Lonergan’s views on conversion.
Lonergan’s explanation discusses layers or levels of conversion: intellectual, moral, religious. This book is creative and important both as a demonstration of the pastoral fruitfulness of Lonergan's grounding of theological foundations in conversion and in the orientation it provides for novice directors in setting up concrete, highly fruitful directives and specific goals for the realization of maximally effective novitiate programs.» (Dr.
Bernard Tyrrell, S.J., Gonzaga University)Author: Mary Kay Kinberger. The process of human transformation is complex and ongoing. This book presents a framework for understanding human transformation through the insights of Bernard Lonergan. Lonergan on conversion book The reader will be introduced to terms such as the turn to the Author: Dominic Arcamone.
Pickwick Publications has just published Conversion as Transformation: Lonergan, Mentors and Cinema by Dominic Arcamone, MTh, MA DMin, PhD. From the author: “Conversion as Transformation: Lonergan, Mentors and Cinema.” The book’s purpose is to open a conversation and provide a framework for human transformation toward authenticity which is so much needed in today’s political.
For Lonergan, intellectual conversion is correlated with the person recognizing himself as a “knower,” that is, not merely a person that experiences reality but, through this three-part process, discovers the meaning of reality.
Using Aristotle to understand reality. Besides Lonergan and Fr. Spitzer, other writers have delved into the topics of conversion, such as C.S. Lewis and Karol Wojtyla, who both wrote on intellectual, spiritual, and moral topics.
As pointed out, intellectual conversion helps in our knowledge of God, spiritual conversion strengthens our love for God, and moral conversion enables us to.
Conversion for Lonergan takes three forms, the same three forms as are mentioned in the title of the lecture on self-transcendence: intellectual, moral, and religious. From a causal point of view, he says, the first and most basic form is what he calls religious conversion, the second is moral conversion, and the third is intellectual conversion.
Spurred on by the need to examine this question in the light of her own experience as a novice director, Mary Kay Kinberger explores the importance of grounding religious formation in a theological foundation and proposes Bernard Lonergan's theology of conversion as one possible foundation.
For Lonergan, you will recall, conversion is threefold: religious, moral and intellectual. Scholars working within these functional specialties should be in dialogue with each other. Lonergan's turn to the subject more radically breaks the lure of certainty and reveals Lonergan, not Rorty, as the integral postmodern thinker.
Ethnic and Religious Conflict in Africa An Analysis of Bias, Decline, and Conversion Based on the Works of Bernard Lonergan.
INTELLECTUAL, MORAL AND RELIGIOUS CONVERSION Insight was finally published in In the meantime, in Lonergan began teaching in Rome and remained there until For the first ten years I was there I lectured in alternate years on the Incarnate Word and on the Trinity to both second and third year theologians.
For Lonergan, conversion is not a mindless surrendering of one's rational faculties to the dogmatic pronouncements of some organization, whether religious, political or financial. Rather, as McCarthy shows, "conversion" in Lonergan's sense goes back to the root meaning of periagoge as Plato portrays it in the Republic.
CHAPTER SEVEN: LONERGAN'S INTELLECTUAL CONVERSION In the Preface to Insight Lonergan writes of the ideal detective story in which the reader is presented with all the clues yet fails to spot the criminal.
He may advert to each clue as it arises. He needs no further clues to solve the mystery. IMPLEMENTATIONS OF LONERGAN’S METHOD: A CRITIQUE Ivo Coelho, SDB Bernard Lonergan‟s Method in Theology was published in It was a book that was long in the making, and long awaited.
Since its publication, it has evoked a whole range of literature. But, surprisingly, there have been very few attempts to actually implement the method. The United Nations is about the business of transformation toward a better and more beautiful world.
Written by Dominic Arcamone, Conversion as Transformation: Lonergan, Mentors, and Cinema is an engaging book on self-development and the search for authenticity.
The book can provide much inspiration during this season of Lent. Bernard Lonergan's work is both original and comprehensive. It can be grasped only by working one's way slowly and carefully through his major writings.
In order to make Lonergan's unique contribution to philosophy and theology accessible to students and teachers, the editors of The Lonergan Reader have brought together in a single volume selections that represent the depth and breadth of his. Conversion is “total surrender to the demands of the human spirit: be attentive, be intelligent, be reasonable, be in love,” (Lonergan ).
Conversion is the radical revision of position, in the sense of intellectual, moral and religious perspectives. New book on Lonergan, conversion, and cinema. February 6, Toronto School of Theology issues call for papers for upcoming graduate student conference.
Janu Time & location announced for upcoming LaBrecque Medical Ethics Lecture. Janu America Magazine features article on Lonergan. Lonergan claims that one must come to the realization of the individual self before one can authentically transcend the self and enter into the other-oriented nature of interdependent love.
This is the ultimate goal of Christian Conversion. Conn demonstrates his ideas by connecting them to the specific story of Thomas Merton.
Bernard Lonergan, S.J., has been called one of the most profound philosophers and theologians of the twentieth century, and his major work, Insight, has been favorably compared to David Hume’s. Lonergan and Thomas on the Will: An Essay in Interpretation Terry J. Tekippe Lonergan and feminism Lonergan on Conversion: The Development of a Notion Michael L.
Rende Lonergan's Retrieval of the Notion of Human Being: Clarifications of the Reflections on the Argument of Insight, Chapters I .Thus, it is the aim of this book to open up Lonergan’s Method to the 1 For more on this topic see: Rosemary Haughton, Transformation of Man: A Study of Conversion and Community, (Illinois, Templegate Publishers,) p Apply Lonergan’s understanding of conversion to Saint Augustine’s conversion in Book VIII.
Apply Lonergan’s understanding of conversion to Saint Patrick’s conversion. Analyze influences in both Augustine’s and Patrick’s conversions. Articulate the stages of conversion in Augustine’s and Patrick’s lives.