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  • Author:
    Gregory [Editor] Baum
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    0809119099
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    978-0809119097
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    Paulist Press (1975)
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    271 pages
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Gerhard Albert Baum OC (1923–2017), better known as Gregory Baum, was a German-born Canadian priest and theologian in the Roman Catholic Church. He became known in North America and Europe in the 1960s for his work on ecumenism, interfaith dialogue,. He became known in North America and Europe in the 1960s for his work on ecumenism, interfaith dialogue, and the relationship between the Catholic Church and Jews.

Gregory of Nyssa is an enigma Church Father. By far the least known of the Cappadocian Fathers (apparently, it's disputed whether the three-Basil the Great, Gregory of Nazianzus, and Gregory of Nyssa-should be categorized together), Nyssa dissipates as soon as one tries to systematize his thoughts. Hans Urs von Balthasar, one of the most luminous, Catholic theologians of the 20th century, puts his hand to it in his short collection of essays. This monograph brings out many of the more subtle and interesting ideas in Gregory of Nyssa's thought, which has a depth which matches that of a Descartes, Hegel, Kant or Husserl in our own modern era.

Gregory Baum: A Case Study of Fethullah Gulen; Modernity and Inherited Religious Identity. Catholics and Canadian Socialism : Political Thought in the Thirties and Forties, 1980. Gregory Baum interviewed by Sharon Gubbay Helfer in 2009. Farewell, Father Baum - Auction 2017. The Holocaust and Christian Theology, 1982. George Tyrrell and the Catholic Tradition, 1982.

Personal Author: Baum, Gregory, 1923Publication info: Paramus, . Newman Press BX4651. Publication info: New York : Paulist Press, c1975. B28 1962 Title: Progress and perspective; the Catholic quest for Christian unity. Personal Author: Baum, Gregory, 1923Publication info: New York, Sheed and Ward BX1912. B36 Title: Take heart, father : a hope-filled vision for today's priest, William J. Bausch ; foreword by Joseph M. Champlin

Her book, Sexism and God-Talk, a classic in the field of feminist theology . Beginnings: An Intellectual Autobiography" in Journeys: The Impact of Personal Experience on Religious Thought, ed. Gregory Baum, New York: Paulist Press, 1975.

Her book, Sexism and God-Talk, a classic in the field of feminist theology, remains the only systematic feminist treatment of the Christian symbols to date. To categorize her as a feminist theologian, however, is to risk neglecting the broad scope of her interests.

Editor Gregory Baum poses the question, "Why do you think the way you do?" to some of the most influential North American Catholic thinkers. A provocative insight into modern theological patterns and into the men and women responsible for some of the most influential writing in Catholic life in the late 20th century. Baum believes that, as there isa "sociology of knowledge" relating concepts and truth to the social background in which they emerge and prosper, so there ought to be a "psychology of knowledge" connecting people's intellectual approach to the significant events of their biography.