Thomas F. Torrance, "Commentary," in The Theology of Man and Grace: Readings in the Theology of Grace, ed. Edmund J. Fortman, S.J., Contemporary College Theology Series, edited by J. Frank Devine, S.J., and Richard W. Rousseau, S.J. (Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Bruce Publishing Company, 1966), pp. 1-4, 15-19, 54-57, 81-86, 314-317; #1966-TFT-2
Torrance, Thomas F. "Commentary." In The Theology of Man and Grace: Readings in the Theology of Grace, pp. 1-4, 15-19, 54-57, 81-86, 314-317. Edited by Edmund J. Fortman, S.J. Contemporary College Theology Series, edited by J. Frank Devine, S.J., and Richard W. Rousseau, S.J. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Bruce Publishing Company, 1966; #1966-TFT-2
The Theology of Man and Grace is a volume in the Historical Theology Section of the series.
Edmund Fortman, S.J., professor of theology, Bellarmine School of Theology, North Aurora, Illinois.
Contains reprints from Barth, Church Dogmatics, and "excerpts from T. F. Torrance's The Doctrine of Grace in the Apostolic Fathers and from his article on Justification in The Scottish Journal of Theology, vol. 13 (1960)."
General Editor's introduction: "...presents a history of the development of a Christian understanding of man or, better, of the mutual relationship between God and man. It is hoped it will stimulate fresh insights into this vital theological area. Over the centuries it has acquired the name of grace, and it is under this heading that Father Fortman assembles a number of commentaries on the various historical periods of that development, written by Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant authors."
I. Grace in the Old Testament* (pp. 1-4).
II. Grace in the New Testament -- Synoptics* (pp. 15-19).
III. Grace in St. John. IV. Grace in St. Paul* (pp. 54-57).
V. Grace in the Eastern Fathers* (pp. 81-86).
VI. Grace in the Latin Fathers.
VII. Grace in the Council of Orange.
VIII. Grace in Catholic theology before Trent.
IX. Grace in the reformers.
X. Grace in the Council of Trent.
XI. Grace in the Sixteenth through Eighteenth centuries.
XII. Grace in Protestant theology in the Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries* (pp. 314-317).
XIII. Grace in Nineteenth and Twentieth century Orthodox theology.
XIV. Grace in Nineteenth and Twentieth century Catholic theology.
*An asterisk and page numbers means a TFT excerpt is included.