The first edition of this clear introduction to the major aspects of the work of Schillebeeckx was hailed as "an indispensable handbook of Schillebeeckx's theology." This revised edition includes a new essay on God and creation, and presents a never before published reflection of Schillebeeckx speaking about God today.
"This is a wonderful book! It charts Schillebeckx's unique journey as a theologian who combines as no other a new soteriology (the problem of evil) with a post-critical understanding of Jesus' life and message in the scriptures. Under the editor's able guidance the authors draw out the implications of Jesus' eschatological meaning in areas as intimate as marriage and as global as poverty, ecology and world religions. This is creation theology with a message for all." -- -Ann Carr * University of Chicago Divinity School *