Beach Park, IL (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
In a recent release by Catholic News Agency, Pope Benedict XVI reveals how truth, not relativism, is the source of non violence. This only goes to show the true importance of an overall and collective faith rather than ideals based on subjective perceptions and notions. In line with this, author Charles Ssennyondo STL, STD shares his compelling work titled Christianity and the Culture of Relativism in the Anthropologies of Joseph Ratzinger and Stanley Hauerwas, an insightful literary work that highlights the importance of Christian truth in modern society.
With Ssennyondo’s work, readers will experience a re-discovery of the Truth of Christianity and learn how relativism can put people’s emotional and spiritual lives in great peril. With insightful knowledge about how readers can combat this crisis of faith, this work restores man’s rightful position in the world, namely, as God’s creation.
An eye-opening reading experience, this compelling literary masterpiece takes one to a journey, a journey of social understanding, spiritual awakening and devotion to the Word of God. Uplifting and inspiring, this selection is a perfect tool to enhance one’s life, whether for quiet introspection or group discussion.
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About the Author
Charles Ssennyondo was born in Uganda on June 9, 1972. He studied Philosophy and Social Sciences with an award of a Degree from Urbaniana University – Rome (1997). He received a degree of Theology from Makerere University, Kampala – Uganda (2002). He was ordained a Catholic Priest of Kasana-Luweero Diocese, Uganda on August 23, 2003. Seennyondo was appointed a Vice Rector of a High School Seminary of the diocese.
In 2005, he graduated as a High School teacher with a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) of Ndejje University, Uganda. He came to the University of St. Mary of the Lake in 2007 where he received a Licentiate of Sacred Theology (STL) in 2009. He earned a Doctorate of Sacred Theology (STD) in 2012.
Christianity and the Culture of Relativism in the Anthropologies of Joseph Ratzinger and Stanley Hauerwas * by Charles Ssennyondo, STL, STD
(Rediscovering the Truth of Christianity)
Publication Date: December 17, 2012
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