In Premodern Faith in a Postmodern Culture, Peter Drilling presents a how-to guide to assist believers in seeing how the process of coming to faith in the triune God of the Christian tradition is not only reasonable and authentic in its original development, but also continues to be relevant in light of modern and postmodern challenges. This work implements Bernard Lonergan's method to highlight the consistency of the Christian faith and includes various directions believers can take, both theoretical and practical, to apply faith in the Trinity.
Rev. Peter Drilling is professor of systematic theology and pastoral studies and chair of the pastoral studies department at Christ the King Seminary.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Chapter 1: Premodernity, Modernity, and Postmodernity Chapter 3 Chapter 2: A Way Forward: Keeping the Faith Chapter 4 Chapter 3: Drawn into Mystery Chapter 5 Chapter 4: Faith: Knowledge Born of Love Chapter 6 Chapter 5: The Achievement of a Creed Chapter 7 Chapter 6: Understanding the Triune God: God in God-Self Chapter 8 Chapter 7: Understanding the Triune God: In the Image of the Divine Trinity Chapter 9 Chapter 8: Understanding the Triune God: The Way of Philosophy Chapter 10 Chapter 9: Interreligious Dialogue on the Divine Chapter 11 Chapter 10: Jesus: God Incarnate and Savior