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Jacobean Shakespeare

Peter Milward, SJ
The eminent Shakespeare scholar Peter Milward, S.J. here presents an analysis of Shakespeare’s late plays that is both accessible to beginners and beneficial to seasoned scholars.

Jesus

Thomas Weinandy
Acknowledged as one of the leading contemporary Catholic Christologists, Thomas G. Weinandy has collected in one volume his most important contributions to our understanding of Jesus as the incarnate Son of God and Savior of the world. In four distinct sections he examines some of the biblical revelation concerning Jesus, historical and systematic issues in Christology, contemporary Christological questions and concerns, and the importance of Jesus within our Christian life. These essays manifest Weinandy's...

John Paul II and St. Thomas Aquinas

Michael Dauphinais
The writings of John Paul II display contemporary relevence of truths set forth by Aquinas in the thirteenth century. This should not surprise because Aquinas's theology possesses an extraordinary appreciation of biblical revelation and the patristic witness, as well as keen metaphysical penetration. In John Paul II's creative mind, the key insights of Aquinas are extended and developed.