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Yves Congar's Theology of the Holy Spirit$
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Elizabeth Teresa Groppe

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780195166422

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: July 2005

DOI: 10.1093/0195166426.001.0001

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Congar's Pneumatological Anthropology and Pneumatological Ecclesiology

Congar's Pneumatological Anthropology and Pneumatological Ecclesiology

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Yves Congar's Theology of the Holy Spirit
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Elizabeth Teresa Groppe (Contributor Webpage)

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0195166426.003.0004

This chapter presents in systematic form Congar’s pneumatological anthropology and pneumatological ecclesiology. The indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the human person, Congar affirms, is a mystery that heals us from sin and leads us to a new level of participation in the divine life. In contrast to much of the Catholic theology of his era, Congar develops a corresponding pneumatological ecclesiology. The Holy Spirit is co-institutor of the church and principle of the church’s holiness, catholicity, apostolicity, and communion.

Keywords:   Pneumatological anthropology, Pneumatological ecclesiology, Indwelling, Deification, Holiness, Catholicity, Apostolicity, Communion

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