First published in 1965, this book represents a refinement and further development of the core thesis that Henri de Lubac had originally put forward ...Show synopsisFirst published in 1965, this book represents a refinement and further development of the core thesis that Henri de Lubac had originally put forward many years earlier in a bold and controversial work in which he first called into question the idea of pure nature.Hide synopsis
Description:Good. B000LC2J24 Herder & Herder hardcover, 1967, 1st U.S....Good. B000LC2J24 Herder & Herder hardcover, 1967, 1st U.S. edition, dj price $6.50, clean/tight, No marks/tears or creases, some foxing is present on dj and endpapers else Near Fine in a Near Fine dustjacket...Bubble-wrapped and mailed in a Box.
Description:Very Good in Good jacket. 5¾" by 8¾" Clarification and expansion...Very Good in Good jacket. 5¾" by 8¾" Clarification and expansion of the author's earlier work, which got him into trouble with Pope Pius XII; an examination of "the fundamental paradox of nature-supernature". Translated from the French edition of 1965 by Rosemary Sheed. Includes untranslated Latin quotes. Light moss-green hardcover, gilt titling. Light wear, edges & corners a bit rubbed; jacket shows edgewear & minor chipping, minor stains to rear panel. Text clean; [xiv], 321 pages; index.
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