Thiel, John E.
September 2012
Catholic Theological Society of America Proceedings;2012, Vol. 67, p46
Conference Proceeding
The article discusses the doctrine of God's creation of the heavens and the earth and the Christian tradition's belief in sacramentality. The author considers the challenges to Christian faith that are posed by the creation's traditional doctrine. He explores the ways creation seems at times to true, beautiful and good and the behavior of the created order assaults human individuals and communities.


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