Pascal and Theology

By: Miel, Jan

Price: $16.00

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Book Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket


8vo - 21 x 13 cm.; 216 pp. " Professor Miel is concerned not only to characterize Pascal's theological position but also to evaluate it in terms of the significant alterations of position in the history of the church. . . review of Church doctrine of grace . . . Pascal . . . upheld the Augustinian vision. . ." Using 'Ecrits sur la grace', 'Lettres provinciales', 'Pensees' and other shorter compositions and correspondence, Miel "establishes the content of Pascal's vision of grace and free will, noting both its originality and its sense of history. . ." Footnotes, appendices, index. Miel was Associate Professor of Letters and Romance Languages at Wesleyan University. Cloth spine with pictorial paper-covered boards. Text is clean and tight. Dust jacket has some light edgewear and a bit of soiling.

Title: Pascal and Theology

Author Name: Miel, Jan

Categories: Literature,

Publisher: Baltimore, MD, Johns Hopkins Press.: 1969

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket

Seller ID: 23660

Keywords: Literature, Literary Criticism, Christianity, St. Augustine, Etienne Gilson, Cornelius Jansenius, J. Mesnard, Philo of Alexandria, Thomas Aquinas, Blaise Pascal