Appeared in Vol. 3 No. 2

In the interdisciplinary study which follows, Fr. William Most provides an interesting and convincing interpretation of Holy Scripture’s statement that Jesus “learned obedience”, despite the fact that he was perfectly obedient to the Father from the first. This study is important not only for its exegetical merit, but also for the insight it gives into the nature of that unity of body and soul which we call man. In reading carefully, one can learn much about the problems besetting his own spiritual growth. Finally, the article shows forth the best in modern religious scholarship a judicious use of both sacred and secular learning, an openness to new developments, and conclusions consistent with the demands of faith and reason alike.

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