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eBook Karl Barth and Hans Urs von Balthasar: A Critical Engagement ePub

by Stephen Wigley

  • ISBN: 0567031918
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Stephen Wigley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: T&T Clark; 1 edition (September 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 192
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The book argues for the crucial influence of von Balthasar's meeting with and study of Barth for the emergence of his own great theological tril Karl Barth and Hans Urs von Balthasar are two of the most important theologians of the last century.

The book argues for the crucial influence of von Balthasar's meeting with and study of Barth for the emergence of his own great theological tril Karl Barth and Hans Urs von Balthasar are two of the most important theologians of the last century. Although one being Reformed and the other Catholic, they kept a lifelong friendship which also influenced their theological work.

Translation of Karl Barth: Darstellung und Deutung seiner Theologie. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Hans Urs von Balthasar (12 August 1905 – 26 June 1988) was a Swiss theologian and Catholic priest who is considered an important Roman Catholic theologian of the 20th century. Balthasar was born in Lucerne, Switzerland, on 12 August 1905, to a wealthy family. He was educated first by Benedictine monks at the abbey school at Engelberg in central Switzerland.

Karl Barth and Hans Urs von Balthasar are two of the most important theologians of the last century. The book argues for the crucial influence of von Balthasar's meeting with and study of Barth for the emergence of his own great theological trilogy, beginning with "The Glory of the Lord", continuing with the "Theo-Drama" and concluding with the "Theo-Logic".

Stephen D. Wigley - 2010 - Continuum. Hans Urs von Balthasar - 1944 - Divus Thomas 22:171-216. Teilhabe und Gottes Freiheit : Zum Freiheitsverständnis in Hans Urs von Balthasars Theodramatik. Balthasar's Trilogy: A Reader's Guide. Patrick Madigan - 2011 - Heythrop Journal 52 (6):1064-1064. Königshausen & Neumann. Trinitarische Passiologie : Kleine Einführung in Hans Urs von Balthasars Theologie der Drei Tage.

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Karl Barth and Hans Urs Von Balthasar: A Critical Engagement . London: T&T Clark, 2007. ONE OF the ways of understanding Balthasar and the peculiar fascination he exercises over some Protestant theologians is by way of Karl Barth. Stephen Wigleys book seeks to push the connection further, however, by arguing that there was a direct Barthian inuence on all of Balthasars theological trilogy (The Glory of the Lord, the Theo-Drama and Theo-Logic). Wigleys argument contains a very helpful summary of Barth and Balthasar, noting their differences, similarities and the ongoing theological relationship.

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Challenging recent rejections of Hans Urs von Balthasar’s groundbreaking study of Karl Barth’s theology, Stephen Long argues that these interpreters are myopically impatient with the nuances of Balthasar’s reading of Barth and fail to appreciate the longstanding theological friendship that.

Challenging recent rejections of Hans Urs von Balthasar’s groundbreaking study of Karl Barth’s theology, Stephen Long argues that these interpreters are myopically impatient with the nuances of Balthasar’s reading of Barth and fail to appreciate the longstanding theological friendship that perdured. Even more, current readings threaten to repristinate the embattled divide hallmarking Protestant-Catholic relations prior to Vatican II. Long contends against these contemporary trajectories in a substantial defense of Balthasar’s theological preoccupation with Barth’s thought.

Karl Barth and Hans Urs von Balthasar are two of the most important theologians of the last century. Although one being Reformed and the other Catholic, they kept a lifelong friendship which also influenced their theological work. The book argues for the crucial influence of von Balthasar's meeting with and study of Barth for the emergence of his own great theological trilogy, beginning with The Glory of the Lord, continuing with the Theo-Drama and concluding with the Theo-Logic. In particular it argues that it is von Balthasar's debate with Barth over the analogy of being which is to determine the shape of von Balthasar's subsequent theology, structured as it is around the transcendentals of being, the beautiful, the good and the true.