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This collection of nine essay examines and celebrates the life and thought of Hans Urs von Balthasar, one of the twentieth century's greatest Catholic theologians, an authority on the Church Fatheers and author of the monumental, three-part, fifteen-volume "The Glory of God, Theo-Drama, Theologic, as well as humanist, expert on culture, philosophy and literature, publisher and editor, and would-be cardinal. Appointed to become a cardinal by Pope John Paul II (he was regarded as the Pope's favority theologian), Balthasar died several days before his elevation. Author and scholar Ed Block, Jr.,…mehr

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This collection of nine essay examines and celebrates the life and thought of Hans Urs von Balthasar, one of the twentieth century's greatest Catholic theologians, an authority on the Church Fatheers and author of the monumental, three-part, fifteen-volume "The Glory of God, Theo-Drama, Theologic, as well as humanist, expert on culture, philosophy and literature, publisher and editor, and would-be cardinal. Appointed to become a cardinal by Pope John Paul II (he was regarded as the Pope's favority theologian), Balthasar died several days before his elevation. Author and scholar Ed Block, Jr., leads as editor and contributor. He then brings together seven distinguished fellow scholars-David Schindler; Peter Casarella; Christophe Potoworowski; David Yeago; Aidan Nichols; Virgil Nemoianu; and Edward Oakes, SJ. Intended as an advanced primer for undergraduate audiences, this one-volume text, with endnotes and bibliography, presents a comprehensive look at the remarkable man and his thought.