No Bloodless Myth

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  • Author : Aidan Nichols
  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Pages : 268 pages
  • ISBN : 9780567087027
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No Bloodless Myth

No Bloodless Myth
  • Author : Aidan Nichols
  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Release : 01 January 2000
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Following his acclaimed Guide Through Balthasar's Aesthetics, Aidan Nichols summarizes and illuminates the five volume series Theo-Drama, which develops the heart of Balthasar's theological theory - his exploration of the Good and of the dramatic interplay of finite and infinite freedom. Theo-Drama builds upon the earlier achievement of The Glory of the Lord and transcends it, opening up new horizons for theological and cultural reflection in the twenty-first century. Aidan Nichols' succinct commentary enables the reader to grasp the main

Heterodox Shakespeare

Heterodox Shakespeare
  • Author : Sean Benson
  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
  • Release : 09 February 2017
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The last quarter century has seen a “turn to religion” in Shakespeare studies as well as competing assertions by secular critics that Shakespeare’s plays reflect profound skepticism and even dismissal of the truth claims of revealed religion. This divide, though real, obscures the fact that Shakespeare often embeds both readings within the same play. This book is the first to propose an accommodation between religious and secular readings of the plays. Benson argues that Shakespeare was neither a mere

Improvisation

Improvisation
  • Author : Samuel Wells
  • Publisher : Baker Academic
  • Release : 30 October 2018
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This introductory textbook establishes theatrical improvisation as a model for Christian ethics, helping Christians embody their faith in the practices of discipleship. Clearly, accessibly, and creatively written, it has been well received as a text for courses in Christian ethics. The repackaged edition has updated language and recent relevant resources, and it includes a new afterword by Wesley Vander Lugt and Benjamin D. Wayman that explores the reception and ongoing significance of the text.

A Theology of Criticism

A Theology of Criticism
  • Author : Michael P. Murphy
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 09 January 2008
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A number of critics and scholars argue for the notion of a distinctly Catholic variety of imagination, not as a matter of doctrine or even of belief, but rather as an artistic sensibility. They figure the blend of intellectual, emotional, spiritual and ethical assumptions that proceed from Catholic belief constitutes a vision of reality that necessarily informs the artist's imaginative expression. The notion of a Catholic imagination, however, has lacked thematic and theological coherence. To articulate this intuition is to

Balthasar and Anxiety

Balthasar and Anxiety
  • Author : John R. Cihak
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 20 October 2011
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This study offers a theological response to the problem of anxiety from the point of view of Hans Urs von Balthasar. It is a systematic presentation, analysis and development of Balthasar's original theology of anxiety found in his only work on the subject, Der Christ und die Angst. The study takes a thematic approach based upon the four types of analysis found in Der Christ und die Angst: phenomenological, anthropological, theological and ecclesial. These four approaches to the topic correspond

The Dramatizing of Theology

The Dramatizing of Theology
  • Author : Matthew S. Farlow
  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Release : 14 July 2017
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Matthew Farlow traces the thoughts of Balthasar and Barth so as to enter into theological truth of God's Being-in-Act. This exploration embarks on a journey into the reality of our Triune God who has engaged his creation so as to elicit fellow actors. God seeking out humanity is God with us, a truth that not only informs our theological endeavors, but invites us into the dramatic performance of reconciliation. As Farlow illumines, God is an acting God who seeks fellow

The Disciples Call

The Disciples  Call
  • Author : Christopher Jamison, OSB
  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Release : 05 December 2013
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There is currently no shared language of vocation among Catholics in the developed, post-modern world of Europe and North America. The decline in practice of the faith and a weakened understanding of Church teaching has led to reduced numbers of people entering into marriage, religious life and priesthood. Uniquely, this book traces the development of vocation from scriptural, patristic roots through Thomism and the Reformation to engage with the modern vocational crisis. How are these two approaches compatible? The universal

Kenosis in Theosis

Kenosis in Theosis
  • Author : Sigurd Lefsrud
  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Release : 30 December 2019
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The perennial questions surrounding human identity and meaning have never before been so acute. How we define ourselves is crucial since it determines our conception of society, ethics, sexuality—in short, our very notion of the “good.” The traditional Christian teaching of “deification” powerfully addresses this theme by revealing the sacred dignity and purpose of all created life, and providing a comprehensive vision of reality that extends from the individual to the cosmos. Hans Urs von Balthasar is a valuable

Text and Task

Text and Task
  • Author : Michael Parsons
  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Release : 12 June 2012
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Practical, scriptural, and contemporary, Text and Task is a series of essays on Scripture and mission. It aims to show the significance of reading the biblical text appropriately and with faithful engagement for our theology and missiology. A team of biblical scholars suggests ways forward in areas such as the implicit missional narrative of David and Goliath, the story of Solomon and his Temple building, the genre of lament, the explicit gracious message of the prophet Isaiah, Paul's understanding of

Twentieth Century British and Irish Poetry

Twentieth Century British and Irish Poetry
  • Author : Michael O'Neill,Madeleine Callaghan
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 31 January 2011
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"Twentieth-Century British and Irish Poetry" offers an accessible and imaginative guide to the criticism of British and Irish poetry in the the twentieth century. The editors also supply their own stimulating readings of the poetry. Through an insightful narrative - which points up the major features of the poets and the chosen excerpt Michael O'Neill and Madeleine Callaghan knit together contributions by major critics, as well as essays by a number of distinguished poet-critics, including Geoffrey Hill, Andrew Motion, and

Poetry and Revelation

Poetry and Revelation
  • Author : Kevin Hart
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 20 April 2017
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Religious poetry has often been regarded as minor poetry and dismissed in large part because poetry is taken to require direct experience; whereas religious poetry is taken to be based on faith, that is, on second or third hand experience. The best methods of thinking about "experience" are given to us by phenomenology. Poetry and Revelation is the first study of religious poetry through a phenomenological lens, one that works with the distinction between manifestation (in which everything is made

Petre Tutea

Petre Tutea
  • Author : Alexandru Popescu
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 16 January 2018
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Petre Tutea (1902-91) was one of the outstanding Christian dissident intellectuals of the Communist era in Eastern Europe. Revered as a saint by some, he spent thirteen years as a prisoner of conscience and twenty-eight years under house arrest at the hands of the Securitate. This book explores his unique response to the horrors of torture and 're-education' and reveals the experience of a whole generation detained in the political prisons. Tutea’s understanding of human needs and how they

Divine Fruitfulness

Divine Fruitfulness
  • Author : Aidan Nichols OP
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 22 February 2007
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Hans Urs von Balthasar is emerging as a colossus of twentieth-century theology. More and more of his works are being translated. But as yet he is mainly known only through his great multi-volume trilogy 'Glory', 'Theo-Drama' and Theo-Logic'. Aidan Nichols has treated each part of the trilogy and the early works in his widely acclaimed 'Introduction to Hans Urs von Balthasar'. In this final volume he explores all von Balthasar's later works. Many of these works are extremely important, although