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Author Hauke, Manfred, author http://viaf.org/viaf/8326802

Title Introduction to Mariology / Manfred Hauke, translated by Richard Chonak

Publication Info. : Catholic University of America Press, 2020.

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Description 1 online resource (592 pages)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents Intro -- Contents -- Preface to the English Edition -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Mary, "Focal Point" of Catholic Theology -- The Importance of a Distinct Treatise on Mariology -- Methodological Plan -- The Structure of the Following Presentation -- 1. Biblical Foundations -- Old Testament Preparations -- Introductory Note -- The "Protoevangelium" (Gn 3:15) -- The Prophecy of Isaiah 7:14 -- The "Daughter of Zion" -- Mary in the New Testament -- Mary, Mother of the Son of God (Paul) -- The "Son of God" as "Son of Mary" (Mark) -- Preliminary Note on the "Infancy Gospels"
The Virgin Mother of Jesus according to Matthew -- The Virgin Mother of the Lord according to Luke -- The Presence of Mary in the Gospel according to John -- The "Woman" of the Apocalypse -- References -- 2. A Short Historical Overview -- Introductory Note -- Mary in the Patristic Era -- The First Mariological Witnesses of the Tradition (Ignatius of Antioch, Justin, Irenaeus) -- The Contribution of Apocryphal Writings -- Patristic Motifs through the Sixth Century -- Medieval Development -- The Road to the Definitions of the Immaculate Conception and the Assumption
Reformation and Counter-Reformation -- Development from the Seventeenth Century until the Eve of Vatican II -- The Contribution of the Second Vatican Council -- The Post-Conciliar Period -- References -- 3. Starting Points for Systematic Reflection -- The Debate on the "Fundamental Marian Principle" -- Mary in the Mystery of the Covenant -- Mary the Woman, in the Context of Anthropology -- The Teaching of St. Paul VI (and His Predecessors) -- Feminist Mariology -- Evaluation -- The Contribution of Mulieris dignitatem -- References -- 4. The Divine Maternity of Mary
The Systematic Importance of the Dogma -- Biblical Foundations -- Patristic Development to the End of the Fourth Century -- Does the Christian Doctrine of the Divine Maternity Have a Pagan Origin? -- The Council of Ephesus (431) -- Further Developments of Doctrine after Ephesus -- Ecumenical Aspects -- Systematic Aspects -- The Title "Mother of God" Is Important for Understanding the Person of Jesus Christ -- The Divine Maternity Originates in the Eternal Plan of God (Predestination) -- There Was Preparation for the Divine Maternity in the Holiness of Mary
The Divine Maternity Brings with It a Transforming Relationship -- With the Divine Maternity, Mary Takes an Active Role in the Work of Salvation -- The Divine Maternity Is the Beginning of Mary's Spiritual Maternity for the Church -- The Divine Maternity Exalts Mary above All Other Creatures -- The Divine Maternity Constitutes a Special Relationship with the Most Holy Trinity -- References -- 5. The Virginity of Mary -- The Importance of the Doctrine -- Virginitas ante partum -- Biblical References -- Early Opposition (Judaism, Paganism) -- Modern Criticism
Note The Dogmatic Character of the Virginitas ante partum.
Summary In Introduction to Mariology, Fr. Manfred Hauke provides a synthesis of Mariology and the biblical fundaments and development of Marian doctrine. While it works as a comprehensive introduction suitable for courses on the subject, it is in reality a panoramic view on the entire Marian doctrine, and as such will be essential for the theological formation of seminarians, priests, theologians, and all kinds of educated Catholics. With an unparalleled bibliographic citation of Marian literature across a dozen languages, it is also a perfect gateway to further research on the subject. It begins with Biblical doctrine, which is important especially for the dialogue with Protestant denominations: Catholic Mariology can be traced in its "embryonic" state already in Holy Scripture. From there Hauke presents a historical overview of the whole development of Marian doctrine, before developing further historical details in the subsequent chapters dedicated to systematic issues. The first systematic step approaches the figure of Mary through her role in the mystery of the Covenant between God and redeemed humanity; her being "Mother of God" and companion of the Redeemer is the "fundamental principle." Then the four established Marian dogmas are presented: divine maternity, virginity, Immaculate Conception (in a chapter on Mary's holiness more broadly), and bodily Assumption. A close look is given to maternal mediation which includes a part dedicated to the "Mater Unitatis". A stand alone chapter is dedicated to Marian apparitions; authentic apparitions are presented as a part of prophetic charisma. The last chapter presents the basics on Marian devotion which culminates in the consecration to Mary (as a response to her maternal mediation). Already available in Spanish, Italian, Portugese, and Korean, this landmark work is published here for the first time in English.
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Subject Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Theology.
Religion -- Theology.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Sacred works.
Added Author Chonak, Richard. http://viaf.org/viaf/512160483631804990204
Other Form: Print version: Hauke, Manfred Introducation to Mariology : Catholic University of America Press,c2020 9780813233376
ISBN 0813233380
9780813233383 (electronic bk.)
0813233372
9780813233376