Union Laborer by Adam A. J. DeVille

Union Laborer

That They May All Be One: The Call To Unity Today
by Walter Kasper
Burns & Oates, 2004
(202 pages, $25.95, paperback)

reviewed by Adam A. J. DeVille

There are, alas, not nearly enough theologians today of whom one could say that their publishing a new book is an event of some significance. (The philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre once acidly observed that “if I were God, I do not think that I would want to be studied by most contemporary theologians,” given that “the general intellectual level of theological argument is perhaps lower than at any time since the tenth century.”)

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Adam A. J. Deville is a Ph.D. student at the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute for Eastern Christian Studies at St. Paul University, Ottawa, Canada, where he is writing a thesis on Orthodoxy and the Roman papacy in response to the papal encyclical Ut Unum Sint.

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