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Pope Benedict XVI, Regensburg, and Islam | Autumn 2006
Pope Benedict XVI's Regensburg lecture | Vatican Website
Is Dialogue with Islam Possible? Some Reflections on Pope Benedict XVI's
Address at the University of Regensburg | Fr. Joseph Fessio, S.J.
Both before and since his elevation to the papacy, Benedict has taken a consistent approach to controversial issues: he locates
the assumptions and fundamental principles underlying the controversy, analyzes their "inner" structure or dynamism, and lays
out the consequences of the principles. Continue reading...
The Regensburg Lecture: Thinking Rightly About God and Man |
Fr. James V. Schall, S.J.
On September 12, on his visit to his native Bavaria, Benedict XVI gave a formal academic lecture at the University at which he
formerly was a professor. It is a brilliant, stunning lecture, and it is a lecture, not a papal pronouncement. It brings into
focus just why there is a papacy and why Catholicism is an intellectual religion. Indeed, it is a lecture on why reason is
reason and what this means. The scope of this lecture is simply breathtaking, but also intelligible to the ordinary mind.
Benedict Takes the Next Step with Islam | Mark Brumley
We're hearing calls for more dialogue with Islam in the wake of the uproar following Pope Benedict XVI's remarks at the University
of Regensburg. Yet the uproar itself underscores the problem with such calls for dialogue. How can you talk seriously with people
when they're apt to react violently as soon as you say something they don't want to hear?
Ratzinger and Regensburg: On What Is a University? | Fr.
James V. Schall, S.J.
The controversy over Benedict XVI's lecture at the University of Regensburg is not just about the status of truth in Islam. Rather at issue
is the nature of a university. What happens there? The notion of state ministers and legislatures entering into this issue by their political
methods, threatening this or that because of what is argued in a university, is itself a failure to grasp what a university is, let alone
what a state is. Continue reading...
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