The Glory of the Lord: A Theological Aesthetics, Vol. 7: Theology: The New Covenant (Google eBook)

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Ignatius Press, 1983 - Religion - 571 pages
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In this final volume, Balthasar reflects on the New Testament vision of God's revelation of his glory in Christ. In Christ's incarnation and resurrection the Christian vision is truly expressed and the joining of God and the world in the new and eternal covenant is realized. - Publisher.
  

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Review: The Glory of the Lord: A Theological Aesthetics: Seeing the Form (The Glory of the Lord, #1)

User Review  - Aeisele - Goodreads

The Glory of the Lord, vol 1: Seeing the Form is the first in Hans Urs von Balthasar's massive theological trilogy, one of the most important works of the 20th century theology. Balthasar uses the ... Read full review

Review: The Glory of the Lord: A Theological Aesthetics: Seeing the Form (The Glory of the Lord, #1)

User Review  - Greg - Goodreads

Probably the most important piece of sustained theological writing since Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics, however, unlike Barth it is from a Catholic as opposed to a Reformed perspective. Read full review

Contents

VOLUME VII
9
Prelude
33
Orientation
77
WordFlesh
115
Momentum of Time
162
Momentum of the Cross
202
The Request for Glorification
239
The Substance of Glory
264
Hiddenness
318
Glorification as Assimilation and Return of the Gift
389
The Brother for whom Christ died
432
Setting out towards God
485
Index of Names
544
Index of Biblical References
550
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About the author (1983)

Hans Urs von Balthsar is widely considered one of the greatest theologians of the twentieth century. He wrote over 60 works of theology, spirituality and philosophy, including his great trilogy: the 7 volume work The Glory of the Lord, the 5 volume work Theo-Drama, and the 3 volume work Theo-Logic. His most famous individual works include Prayer, Heart of the World, Mysterium Paschale and Cosmic Liturgy.