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This bibliography contains primary sources and secondary sources that occur in this book titled A theology of the church for the Third Millennium: a Franciscan approach .The goal of the book is modest. The author simply want to place on the table of current ecclesial discussions some major issues from the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition that, in my view, could be helpful as far as a renewed theology of church is concerned. In this present volume, my focus is limited basically to four major figures: Francis and Clare for the spiritual vision of the Franciscan Tradition, and Bonaventure and John Duns Scotus for the theological development of the spiritual vision.

Keywords: Bonaventure; Franciscan Tradition; John Duns Scotus



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