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The Theology of Karl Barth

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The Theology of Karl Barth
PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 151737
  • Product Code 0898703980
  • EAN 9780898703986
  • UPC 008987039808
  • Pages 420
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Ignatius Press
  • Publication Date Jun 1993
  • Sales Rank 38018
  • Dimensions 230 x 154 x 28mm
  • Weight 0.640kg

Balthasar Hans Urs Von

Hans Urs von Balthasar (August 12, 1905-June 26, 1988) was a Swiss theologian and was nominated to be a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church but died two days before his consecration.Balthasar is perhaps most well known for his works in three parts (his Trilogy): The Glory of the Lord, a 7-volume work on 'theological aesthetics' (a theology of belief based on contemplation of the good, the beautiful, and the true). One of the often quoted passages from the entire Trilogy comes from the First Volume The Glory of the Lord: I Seeing the Form:Before the beautiful no, not really before but within the beautiful the whole person quivers. He not only 'finds' the beautiful moving; rather, he experiences himself as being moved and possessed by it.

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