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The Word Made Love: The Dialogical Theology of Joseph Ratzinger / Benedict XVI Paperback – May 1, 2013
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Christopher Collins has rendered the Christian community a valuable contribution that explains Benedict's theology from many vantage points in a manner that informs, educates and inspires devotion.
As one who possesses nearly all of Benedict's writings in English translation, it is easy to get lost in the theological forest of a fine theologian. Mr. Collins does what a competent explainer should do--make Benedict's theological themes come together in a coherent way for all readers.
After reading this book, you'll want to dip more directly into Benedict's writings. This book is a good gateway that can inspire you to take on the joyful task of reading Benedict who has been my armchair friend for 30 years.
Cardinal Ratzinger (Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI) has provided the faithful with a theology that ushers us into union with the Truth. His theology breathes life into our faith journey with unblemished scholarship and an unmatched ability to inspire hearts.
In this work, Christopher Collins provides readers with a valuable synopsis of Pope Benedict XVI's gift of theology. The revelations of the Holy Spirit that Benedict XVI has shared over the course of his lifetime are made accessible by Collins.
In this comprehensive synopsis of the work of Cardinal Ratzinger, the most important theologian of our time, Collins has done us all a favor.
If you read only one book on the faith this year - make it this one.