Of Manuals and Those Who Did Not Write Them: The Case of Garrigou-Lagrange — By: OnePeterFive

If[1] ever there was a term that was used as a kind of epithet about Latin Theology during the pre-conciliar period, it could be stated in one word, “Manualism.” No doubt, you my reader may have heard some version of this spoken of. The implication is always rather clear: simplistic, ahistorical, and rationalistic. Often as well right alongside that is the implication that such theology was not…


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