TITLE

BOLETÍN DE ESCATOLOGÍA

AUTHOR(S)
Alviar, J. Jose
PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
Scripta Theologica;ene-abr2005, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p227
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
El artículo presenta algunas obras escatológicas recientes y representativas para dar muestra del trabajo actual de teólogos en ésta área. Se incluyen libros sobre escatología en diversoos géneros, como obras de divulgación, manuales y ensayos, escritos por autores con trasfondos culturales diferentes que reflejan las convergencias y las divergencias en la reflexión católica actual. El estudio se divide en dos partes. La primera ofrece un resumen del contenido de cada obra haciendo énfasis en sus aspectos más importantes. La segunda parte presenta una valotración crítica de las obras y un balance general de la situación del tratado escatológico.
ACCESSION #
21783623

 

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