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HIMIG UGNAYAN

A theological journal of the Institute of Formation and Religioius Studies 2015 -2016
  • Dianne Bergant, CSA is professor of Old Testament studies at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. She is a member of the Catholic Biblical Association and the Society of Biblical Literature and serves as an associate editor of the Bible Today. She is author of The World is a Prayful Place, Collegeville Bible Commentary, People of the Covenant, and Preaching the New Lectionary: Cycles A, B, and C. Her contribution to this issue of Himig Ugnayan derives from the lecture she gave at the Institute of Formation and Religious Studies (IFRS) on July 24, 2007
  • Volume IX features Job and Ecclesiastes Living with Unanswere Questions by Dianne Bergant, CSA; How does Climate Change Challenge the Understanding and Praxis of Contemporary Mission? By Brendan Lovett, SSC; Studies in the Book of Exodus SLAVERY…FREEDOM…WILDERNESS by Merle Salazar, FDNSC; A Reading of ISAIAH 55:1-3 by Carolina Castillo Dionco; By His Wounds We Were Healed The Crucified Christ in the Life of the Filipino Basic Christian Community by Marina Obal Altarejos and “What, How and Why of the Seduction of Eve” by Joy H. Puerta, PBVM 

HIMIG UGNAYAN

a theological journal of the Institute of Formation and Religioius Studies
  • Mission Today: to follow Jesus to Galilee by Fr. Luc Mees, MJ
  • Eve, Mary Magdalene, Filipino Women and the Blame Game: Women and the Church Fifty Years After Vatican II by Mary Racelis, PhD
  • Adequate, But Not Enough: A Filipino Reflection on the Triune God by Jose de Mesa, PhD
  • Genesis 12:1-3: Moving Beyond Exclusively Christian Readings of the Shared Testament by Mark David Walsh
  • Psalm 147: The Joy of Discovery by Amy Sam Saminathan, IJS
  • Psalm 85: Creatively Sustaining Faith in all Cirsumstances by Wong Siew Ming Audrey
  • Justice in Amos: Universalist or Covenantal? by Wong Siew Ming Audrey