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The Legacy of De Lubac

Started by Kephapaulos, October 12, 2022, 06:52:39 PM

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What do you think? Please critique. Thanks.

I post these kinds of videos because it is still a danger that could be presented with the confusion wrought in the wake of the new theology and Vatican II. The likes of de Lubac et al. are still promoted and presented as misunderstood, and I would like to see how we can answer any questions in this regard.


Lawrence Feingold's The Natural Desire to See God According to St. Thomas and His Interpreters debunks De Lubac's "destroy[ing] the gratuity of the supernatural order" (as Pius XII called it, when seemingly alluding to or anonymously condemning De Lubac, in Humani Generis §26).

I showed De Lubac's heterodoxy in our "Desire for God" thread.


What do we make of the woman's claim that Pius XII praised de Lubac's work though? When will the conservatives realize that they hold erroneous principles? Will some divine intervention have to happen for them to realize it?


Quote from: Kephapaulos on October 12, 2022, 08:26:30 PMclaim that Pius XII praised de Lubac's work
Where'd he do that? What'd he say?

Also, , he wrote a work called La Pensée religieuse du Pére Teilhard de Chardin!