Balthasar at End of Modernity: Race

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A&C Black, 1999 - Religion - 191 pages
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With a Foreword by Fergus Kerr and an Afterword by Rowan WilliamsIn an age when theology appears fragmented as never before, this volume intends to show how von Balthasar is one of the very few contemporary theologians to have demonstrated how the patterns and resources of the Christian tradition have extraordinary pertinence today.The authors represent a new generation of Anglican theologians sympathetic to von Balthasar's thought, exploring it both in order to discover its fundamental dynamics and to see how it may be brought into new dialogues.The authors represent the 'Radical Orthodoxy' movement in Anglican theology, and are sympathetic to von Balthasar's thought, exploring it both in order to discover its fundamental dynamics and to see how it may be brought into new dialogues.
 

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Contents

Death Discourse and Resurrection
15
Something like Time Something like the Sexes
69
Drama and the Ends of Modernity
139
Making Differences
173
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Lucy Gardner is Tutor in Doctrine, St Stephen's House, Oxford. David Moss is Director of Studies, St Stephen's House, Oxford. Ben Quash is Dean of Peterhouse, Cambridge. Graham Ward is Professor of Contextual Theology and Ethics at the University of Manchester, UK.

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