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Daniele Concina ANTIQUE
1751 2 VOLUMES PIGSKIN BINDINGS THEOLOGY by Daniele Concina ANTIQUE
1751. Concina, Daniele Ad theologiam christianam dogmatico-moralem apparatus [...]. Rome, pr. Venice, S. Occhius, 1751. 3 parts in 2 volumes. 4to (7 1/2 by 9 3/4")Original blind-stamped pigskin over wood binding, spines with raised bands, clasps and catches are intact. Very good condition.---------------------------Daniello Concina (20 October 1687 - 21 February 1756) was an Italian Dominican preacher, controversialist and theologian.In his Theologia christiana Concina found occasion to pay to the Society as a whole a glowing tribute. Many of its writers are spoken of by him in terms of high esteem. In Italy he promoted the publication of a moral theology by the French Jesuit Gabriel Antoine, which Benedict XIV ordered to be taught in the College of the Propaganda Fide.He was an ardent probabiliorist, and from his point of view many of the opinions of the probabilists were lax and pernicious. In refuting them he at times undoubtedly censured their authors too severely and spoke with an excessive asperity. However, he placed a salutary, if disagreeable, restraint upon the new thought of the time. Today it is readily seen that some of the authors whom he attacked favoured a dangerous laxism. On the other hand, it cannot be denied that many of his views are now considered severe, some classing him among the rigorists. That Concina was a theologian of no mean order is evidenced by the fact that Benedict XIV appointed him consultor of several Roman Congregations. Moreover, in his work De Synodo Dioecesana, as also in his Encyclical Libentissime of 10 June 1745, the pope refers t … [Click Below for Full Description]
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