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The Cambridge Companion to Hans Urs von Balthasar
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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.

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A wide range of theologians outline and assess the work of Hans Urs von Balthasar (1905-1988).

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Edward T. Oakes is Chester and Margaret Paluch Professor of Theology at the University of St. Mary of the Lake. He is the author of the book Pattern of Redemption: The Theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar (1996). Reverend David Moss is Director of Studies at St Stephen's House, Oxford.

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'This is a gem of a collection with seventeen scholarly essays on a wide variety of issues introducing a reliable road map to the corpus of von Balthasar and taking us on guided tours of select streets in Balthasar's Byzantine world ... it covers a wide range of topics which is excellent for teaching and introductory purposes ... the range of topics and the high standard of all essays make this a very good buy' Review of Religion and Theology '... a great book for the enthusiast ...' Ministry Today 'At the heart of the book are three excellent essays on the parts of the trilogy by Oliver Davies, Ben Quash and Aidan Nichols. Each could not but encourage a reader daunted by the scale of the mountain range ahead, with a map, a compass and enough description to suggest the exhilaration of the climb and the rewards of perseverance through its length.' Times Literary Supplement '... an admirably short collection of mostly concise pieces'. Times Literary Supplement '... the editors fulfill their promise of a rich feast. ... it is a great way in to the library of his works, and can hardly be bettered as an introduction.' Themelios

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