No Bloodless Myth: A Guide Through Balthasar's Dramatics: A Guide Through Balthasar's Dramatics by Aidan NicholsNo Bloodless Myth: A Guide Through Balthasar's Dramatics: A Guide Through Balthasar's Dramatics by Aidan Nichols

No Bloodless Myth: A Guide Through Balthasar's Dramatics: A Guide Through Balthasar's Dramatics

byAidan Nichols

Paperback | March 1, 2000

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Following his acclaimed The Word Has Been Abroad: A Guide Through Balthasar's Aesthetics, No Bloodless Myth by 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's succinct commentary enables the reader to grasp the main themes of one of the most important theological works in several generations.

Title:No Bloodless Myth: A Guide Through Balthasar's Dramatics: A Guide Through Balthasar's DramaticsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:260 pages, 9.28 × 6.24 × 0.86 inPublished:March 1, 2000Publisher:Catholic University of America PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0813209811

ISBN - 13:9780813209814

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Following the highly praised The World Has Been Abroad: A Guide Through Balthasar’s Aesthetics, No Bloodless Myth, from the five-volume series Theo-Drama, Aidan Nichols opens up new horizons for cultural reflection in the 21st century. Taking off from the spirit of Balthasar’s theological theory, he explores the essence of good and the interaction of restricted and boundless freedom. Nichols’ knowledgeable commentary in No Bloodless Myth: A Guide Through Balthasar’s Dramatics allows readers to grasp one of the most important works from many generations.