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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Henri de Lubac (A.D. 1896–1991) French Jesuit theologian, patristic scholar, and leading critic of neo-Thomism. His views led to the church silencing him in the 1940s, though he was in effect vindicated after the Second Vatican Council, when he was made cardinal. His research and writings as a theologian were critical in shaping the Second Vatican Council.

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