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Table of Contents

 

Preface — v

Chapter 1. Introduction — 1
I. Hans Dombois — 1
II. Dombois’ Method — 4

Chapter 2. Juridical theory — 10
I. Types of Law: Law of Justice and Law of Grace — 10
II. Personal and Transpersonal Institutions — 15

Chapter 3. Theological Standpoint — 17
I. Justification and Salvation — 17
II. Anthropology — 18
III. Ecclesiology — 19
 a. Church as Institution — 19
 b. The Opus Proprium of the Church — 23

Chapter 4. Juridical Interpretation of Theological Categories — 28
I. Principle — 28
II. Covenant and Testament — 29
III. Representation — 31
IV. Work and Merit — 32
V. Justification and Grace — 33
VI. Sacraments in General — 36
VII. Sacraments in Particular — 39
 a. Baptism — 39
 b. Confirmation — 41
 c. Eucharist — 42
 d. Marriage — 43
 e. Ordination — 44
 f. Reconciliation — 46
 g. Sacrament of the Sick — 47
VIII. Preaching and Profession of Faith — 48
IX. Office — 49

Chapter 5. Canon Law is Law of Grace — 55
I. Canon Law is Part of the Essence of the Church — 55
II. Canon Law and Grace — 57
III. Canon Law as Liturgical and Confessing Law — 61

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Conclusion — 64

Sources — 67

Bibliography on Hans Dombois — 68

Selected Bibliography on Theology of Law — 70