Item description for Test Everything: Hold Fast to What is Good: An Interview with Hans Urs Von Balthasar by Hans Urs Von Balthasar, Urs Von Balthasar Hans & Angelo Scola...
Overview A question and answer session with Hans Urs von Balthasar on theological topics, the state of the church and various ecclesial movements.
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Studio: Ignatius Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.28" Width: 4.78" Height: 0.42" Weight: 0.26 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 1989
Publisher Ignatius Press
ISBN 0898701961 ISBN13 9780898701968 UPC 008987019619
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More About Hans Urs Von Balthasar, Urs Von Balthasar Hans & Angelo Scola
Hans Urs von Balthasar was the author of innumerable theological works including The Glory of the Lord (T&T Clark). He was also the spiritual leader of a religious community in Basel, Switzerland. Robert J. Daly, S.J., Emeritus Professor of Theology at Boston College, is the author of Christian Sacrifice" and The Origins of the Christian Doctrine of Sacrifice. "His recent articles, mostly in Theological Studies," have focused on Eucharist, sacrifice, and atonement.
Hans Urs Von Balthasar was born in 1905 and died in 1988.
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Grand Insights from a Great Theologian Jul 4, 2003
The late Catholic theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar (1905-1988) was a giant of the twentieth century and a favorite of John Paul II who named him a cardinal shortly before Balthasar passed away. In this short book, Balthasar fields questions posed in an interview by an Italian friend. While Balthasar has bequeathed us an extensive legacy of theological writings, this interview provides the reader with an enticing look at the mindset and fundamental orientation that motivates his theological perspective. In the course of the interview, Balthasar chastizes the declining religious orders, praises the new ecclesial movements, bluntly exposes the pretense of confused Catholic theologians, and emphasizes the importance of the papacy and the avoidance of an "anti-Roman attitude." Readers will not regret this introduction to the work of a great Christian and theologian.