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Master of Arts in Theology
School of Theology • Seminary
Charles A. Bobertz
The locus of encounter with Christ is the community at prayer and the Word
embodied within that community. The promulgation of the Rite of Christian
Initiation of Adults could arguably be seen then as a turning point moment for the Church as it ritualized its move into the postmodern age. It is postmodern not because it relativizes or waters down faith as some might argue but because it acknowledges the relational dialogic quality of the perception and interpretation of symbol. This paper examines three pericopes from John’s Gospel that are integral to the catechumenate and explores the image of Jesus in these pericopes as “Question” who engages the Church in a mystagogy of faith.
Macalintal, Diana, "And the Question Became Flesh: Jesus the Catechist in the Gospel of John" (2005). School of Theology and Seminary Graduate Papers/Theses. 5.
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