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Anthropology: Seeking Light and Beauty (Engaging Theology: Catholic Perspectives) [Paperback]

Susan A. Ross

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4.0 out of 5 stars What it means to be a human 14 July 2012
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This is another excellent title from Liturgical Press, focusing on what it means to be a human being from a Catholic perspective. The author includes various viewpoints, some more interesting than others, including medieval writers, but the best part of the book for me is the section on evil.

Chapter 6, THE HUMAN CAPACITY FOR EVIL AND THE HOPE FOR SALVATION is simply outstanding. What I appreciated maybe most about the chapter is how Ross encourages all Christ followers to not just come up with easy answers on the subject of evil, and more importantly, to remember that each person created in the image of God has the capacity to receive God's mercy.

Some parts of the book are hard to follow, but the wait is well worth it to see the book to the end. Another excellent resource from Liturgical Press.
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