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See Balthasar, Dare We Elope 23-24 [G 19-20]; and 184-86 [G 31-33].
1) Forte's reflections are deeply grounded in the Christian tradition of thought about beauty from Augustine through Hans Urs von Balthasar, and it is of particular benefit to readers of the English translation of Forte's book that we also gain access through Forte's work to the fruit of Italian scholarship on this tradition.
00), Stephen Long presents the unlikely friendship between mid-twentieth-century theologians Karl Barth (Reformed) and Hans Urs von Balthasar (Roman Catholic) with the intent of reigniting current ecumenical dialogue between Protestants and Roman Catholics.
Existence as Prayer: The Consciousness of Christ in the Theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar
Von Balthasar believes that Christ is the necessary link between finite and infinite beauty, and he includes all of Christ's actions as part of beauty's dramatic character, including even the grotesque pain of the cross.
With help from theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar (1905-1988), I explain how contemporary Christians can appropriate Peguy's eschatological alternative.
While some European theologians such as the Swiss scholar Hans Urs von Balthasar have effected a retrieval of a premodern understanding of symbol in order to articulate a Christian theological aesthetics, they have not paid due attention to the sociopolitical, liberative import of such a retrieval.
Hans Urs yon Balthasar was an ordained Roman Catholic priest and a profound, creative theologian.
The paper then explains the significance of the primacy Balthasar gives to beauty, in contrast to Aquinas, and how this primacy entails an interpretation of truth as the final fruit of the soul's engagement with reality under the aspect of goodness.
He displays an impressive command of philosophy and aesthetics through his engagement with the writings of Hans Urs von Balthasar (one of Messiaen's favorite theologians), Jean-Luc Marion, Saint Augustine, Soren Kierkegaard, Jaques Derrida, Jean-Luc Nancy, and Jean-Francois Lyotard.
The three Magi, Balthasar (Peter Capaldi), Melchior (Jack Shepherd) and Gaspar (Obi Abili), have also made their way to Bethlehem, after celestial signs.