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15) Humanism's general tendency to keep in abeyance the heritage of medieval culture not only implied a renewed interest in the classics but also the inception of a thoroughgoing critique of scholastic theology, which embraced not only Dominican Thomism but also Scotist and Ockhamist thought.
My second criticism concerns McGrath's attempt to vindicate scholastic theology.
Hendrick's study highlights a neglected aspect of Montaigne's originality: a Renaissance humanist who offers medieval scholastic theology to his contemporaries in the midst of their religious wars.
Hot on the heels of this article came the seminal "The Relation of Theology to Devotion," which also got Tyrrell into trouble for prioritizing "devotion" (the mystical element) over Scholastic theology.
But scholastic theology and neoscholastic economics offer the promise that economists and theologians can re-learn what both once understood well.
Constant Mews contextualises the legacy of both authors in twelfth-century scholasticism: Anselm's sola ratione method did influence twelfth-century scholastic theology, albeit indirectly and subtly (despite scholarly claims to the contrary); further, Abelard did not 'mock' Anselm (as Michael Clanchy suggested), but rather emulated the latter's analytical capacity while complementing it with reference to auctoritas.
After chapters on scholastic theology, Hussites, Lollards, and Erasmus, CCRT includes eleven essays on Protestantism and two on pre- and post-Tridentine Catholicism.
Dollinger of Munich, brought a condemnation on itself in 1863 for its minimizing of authority and repudiation of scholastic theology.
It should be said that this Slavophile school was -- sometimes violently -- opposed to the scholastic theology which Father Georges Florovsky did not hesitate to describe as a "Babylonian captivity".
This accessible book also rests on an amazing variety of texts, including the Disputation against Scholastic Theology, the 95 Theses, the theses for the Heidelberg Disputation, the Address to the Christian Nobility, the two treatises on schools and schooling of 1524 and 1530, the Saxon Visitation Articles, and the work that surrounded the reforming and development of his own university as well as his public ministry.
Marx's important study surveys the development of this central cluster of doctrines in patristic and scholastic theology and its expression in Anglo-Norman and Middle English literature.
Erasmus detested the late scholastic theology of his time, with its dry logical nitpicking and disdain for eloquence; he complained of "Occarn, Durandus, Capreolus, Lyra, Burgensis, and even poorer stuff than that.