Christology from Within: Spirituality and the Incarnation in Hans Urs von Balthasar

Paperback | September 1, 1996

byMark A. Mcintosh

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Mark A. McIntosh is professor of Christian Spirituality at Loyola University. A priest in the Episcopal Church, McIntosh has also served as chaplain to the House of Bishops of the Episcopal Church, and canon theologian to the 25th Presiding Bishop. He is the author of Mystical Theology: The Integrity of Spirituality and Theology (1998), Discernment and Truth: The Spirituality and Theology of Knowledge (2004), and Divine Teaching: An Introduction to Christian Theology (2007).

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Mark A. McIntosh is professor of Christian Spirituality at Loyola University. A priest in the Episcopal Church, McIntosh has also served as chaplain to the House of Bishops of the Episcopal Church, and canon theologian to the 25th Presiding Bishop. He is the author of Mystical Theology: The Integrity of Spirituality and Theology (1998)...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:216 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.8 inPublished:September 1, 1996Publisher:University Of Notre Dame PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9780268023546

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“McIntosh gives us a study of von Balthasar’s understanding of the person and work of Jesus Christ. . . . [His] account of von Balthasar’s christology is lucid, grounded in careful scholarship, and well-documented.” —The Way, October 1997