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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and eogmatica again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma by Ludwig Ott. Ready Winter Recognized as the greatest summary of Catholic dogma ever put between two covers.
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A one-volume encyclopedia of Catholic doctrines. Tells exactly what the Church teaches on any particular topic. Tells when the pronouncement was made and gives the sources from Scripture, Church Councils, Papal statements and the Fathers and Doctors of the Church.
Essentia Ready Winter Recognized as the greatest summary of Catholic dogma ever put between two covers. Essential for priests, seminarians, parents and teachers.
Easily one of our most important books. Paperbackpages. Published September 13th by Tan Books first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Fundamentals of Catholic Dogmaplease sign up. I’m not familiar with this book. Is this published as a 4th edition? See 1 question ottt Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma…. Lists with This Book. Jan 23, Kevin Bensema rated it it was amazing Shelves: Excellent and in-depth primer of Catholic dogma.
It is not comprehensive, but covers the core essentials well – in odd pages. It took me 3 attempts to get through it, but is worth the effort. The only downside are the occasional untranslated passages of Latin. I wouldn’t quite recommend this for newcomers to the Catholic faith, but for more informed Catholics seeking to expand luswig knowledge.
Feb 01, Cris rated it it was amazing Shelves: A good simple index of what little the Catholic church affirms and with what degree of certainty it affirms it. No matter how respected there is of course a great deal of difference between what one theologian or school proposes and what the magisterium holds as divine revelation.
Handily labeled by subject topic, the book is most important for specifically addressing gray areas where there is no revelation, teaching or tradition. Good reference for the apologist on the go. For years out maanual prin A good simple index of what little the Catholic church affirms and with what degree of certainty it affirms it.
For years out of print the book is making a wonderful comeback thanks in much part to Tan Books Sep 07, John Greally rated it it was mankal. A few jarring errors search the internet for correctionsbut otherwise a solid treasury and keepsake reference work.
The layout is brilliant with different fontings.
Apr 14, Bernard rated it liked it Shelves: Useful manual – somewhat dated, but containing a wealth of information if read with discernment.
Jul 30, John Schneider rated it it was amazing Shelves: To call this the best theology book that I have ever read would be a disservice since it is so much more. Not too long ago Catholic priests learned their theology from a tradition that stretched back 2, years.
Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma
Ludwig von Ott wrote the last of these great books that provide clear and concise explanations of Church doctrine, theological debates, and Scripture. If you want to know theology in a way that respects Tradition, read this wondrous work and prosper.
Nov 29, Erik marked it as to-read Shelves: Mar 08, Ilya Kozlov rated it it was amazing. Oct 09, Nathan Parker rated it liked it. The introduction offers an overview of the study of theology, as well as a look at the Roman Catholic theological methodology. Book One focuses on the unity and Trinity of God. Part 1 begins with an examination of the unity of God.
Section 1 outlines the proofs for the existence of God. Chapter 1 covers the natural knowability of God. Chapter 2 transitions to the supernatural knowability of God.
Section 2 examines the nature of God. Chapter 1 under Section 2 considers the knowledge of the nature of God, whereas Chapter 2 focuses on the nature of God in itself. Section 3 proceeds with a discussion of the attributes of God.
Tot 2 offers an extended treatment of the Triune God. Chapter 1 etologia Section 1 examines anti-Trinitarian heresies.
Chapter 2 offers a discussion of the proofs of the existence of the Trinity from Scripture as well as church tradition a focus of Roman Catholic theological methodology. Chapter 3 examines the triple personality three persons of God. Chapter 1 of Section 2 outlines mankal speculative explanation of the internal-divine processions.
Chapter df proceeds with a survey of the divine relations with regard to the persons of the Trinity. Chapter 3 concludes the discussion of the Manuaal God by comparing and contrasting the doctrine of the Trinity with regard to reason and the mystery of the doctrine of the Trinity.
Section 1 emphasizes the divine act of creation, examining both the beginning of the world, as well as the preservation and governing of the world. Section 2 outlines the divine work of creation, examining the revealed doctrine of material things, the doctrine of revelation concerning man consisting of: Discussions include the following: Book three focuses on the doctrine of God the redeemer Jesus Christ. Ott covers the person of Jesus and His historical existence.
An extended treatment concerning His two natures divinity and humanity and the hypostatic union follows. A discussion on the attributes of His human nature, including discussions on the impeccability and passibility of Jesus, are given.
Ott transitions to focusing on the work of Jesus, first examining His redemption. An examination of the various offices prophet, king, and priest is covered. Discussions on His descent into Hell, resurrection, and ascension are also given.
The final section of book 3 examines Mary as the mother of God. Discussions on the doctrine include: Book 4 focuses on the doctrine of God the sanctifier. Ott begins the discussion with an examination of the doctrine of grace, comparing actual grace with habitual grace.
Interestingly enough, Ott combines his ecclesiology under his soteriology with an extended treatment of the church, beginning with its divine origin, its constitution, its attributes, and its necessity. He begins with a discussion of baptism and confirmation. He then proceeds with an dogmaica almost mind-numbing treatment concerning the eucharist, affirming the doctrine of transubstantiation and the Mass.
Ludwig Ott (Author of Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma)
The sacraments of penance including a discussion on indulgencesextreme unction, holy order, and matrimony is also covered. He begins with an eschatological treatment concerning individual human beings.
He concludes with an eschatological treatment concerning the whole of humanity. Jun 17, Mary rated it it was amazing. Great Dogmatic text concerning everything Catholic. I go to this rather than the catholic doctrine and apologetics by Archbishop Sheehan. This book is concise, well written and well researched. Took me over 2 months to get hold of this book because they do not print it anymore.
I am absolutely happy to get hold of this. Apr 22, Walter rated it really liked it Shelves: While this book is not the kind of thing that you would want to bring with you for a light read on the beach, it is a good book with which to become familiar. Written in the early 20th Century by a German Catholic theologian, this book lays out the breadth of Catholic theology within one volume, which by itself is a pretty amazing achievement.
This book is barely readable, and while that fact may be partially due to the fact that it is a translation from the German, I would suspect that the volu While this book is not the kind of thing that you would want to bring with you for a light read on the beach, it is a good book with which to become familiar.
This book is barely readable, and while that fact may be partially due to the fact that it is a translation from the German, I would suspect that the volume is just as unreadable in German as it is in English. It gives the Catholic doctrines on everything from the existence of God to various Marian doctrines to the sacraments and the Church, and it gives the verbatim teaching from the actual Church documents such as the councils or the papal decrees. This is what makes it so valuable.
Another great thing about this book is that Ott juxtaposes the Catholic teachings with the various heretical teachings that are opposed to the orthodox teaching.