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The Cambridge Companion to Hans Urs von Balthasar
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  • Page extent: 304 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.62 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 230/.2/092
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: BX4705.B163 C36 2004
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Balthasar, Hans Urs von,--1905-1988

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521814676 | ISBN-10: 0521814677)

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Hans Urs von Balthasar (1905-1988) is one of the most prolific, creative and wide-ranging theologians of the twentieth century who is only now coming into prominence. Because of his range of competencies and the volume of his output, Balthasar has never been an easily-categorized theologian. This Companion brings together a wide range of theologians who assess his work which ranks with that of Origen, John Calvin, and Karl Barth.

Contents

1. Introduction Edward T. Oakes and David Moss; Part I. Theology: 2. Revelation Larry Chapp; 3. Christology Mark McIntosh; 4. Trinity Rowan Williams; 5. Church, ecumenism and culture David Schindler; 6. Mariology Lucy Gardner; 7. Prayer and the saints David Moss; 8. Gender Corinne Crammer; 9. Eschatology Geoffrey Wainwright; Part II. The Trilogy: 10. The Aesthetics Oliver Davies; 11. The Theo-Dramatics Ben Quash; 12. The Theo-Logic Aidan Nichols; Part III. Disciplines and Methodologies: 13. Patristics Brian Daley; 14. Literary criticism Edwin Block; 15. Contemporary metaphysics Fergus Kerr; Part IV. Conversations: 16. Balthasar and Karl Barth John Webster; 17. Balthasar and Karl Rahner Karen Kilby; 18. Balthasar's reception among theologians Edward T. Oakes and David Moss.

Reviews

"An altogether excellent introduction to an important thinker." Theology Today

"As a whole, the book makes a much more effective case in presenting Balthasar as substantive, original, inspiring and at time flawed."
Gerry O'Hanlon, S.J. Theological Studies

Contributors

Edward T. Oakes, David Moss, Larry Chapp, Mark McIntosh, Rowan Williams, David Schindler, Lucy Gardner, David Moss, Corinne Crammer, Geoffrey Wainwright, Oliver Davies, Ben Quash, Aidan Nichols, Brian Daley, Edwin Block, Fergus Kerr, John Webster, Karen Kilby

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