Date of Submission

30-11-2015

Abstract

This thesis is a comparative study of Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) and Joseph Ratzinger‟s (b.1927) theology of divine Revelation‟s transmission. The thesis is divided into four chapters: Firstly, the introductory chapter provides the thesis‟s purpose, and outlines its scope, goals and methodological approach. The second and third chapters consider their respective theology of how divine Revelation is transmitted. The fourth chapter initially provides a summary of the previous chapters‟ findings before offering a comparison of the two approaches, outlining their similarities and differences.

School/Institute

School of Theology

Document Type

Thesis

Access Rights

Open Access

Extent

143 pages

Degree Name

Master of Philosophy (MPhil)

Faculty

Faculty of Theology and Philosophy

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