Series: Ressourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought (RRRCT)
In this volume David L. Schindler presents readers with a collection of essays garnered from the 2005 conference marking the centenary of Hans Urs von Balthasar's birth. That conference hosted an international gathering of scholars, among them students, colleagues, friends, and critics of Balthasar, all making an effort to engage the fundamental questions of faith and reason in light of his influential contribution to Catholic theology.
A wide range of topics is explored in light of the Christian mystery, including metaphysics and causality, the nature of rationality, the relationship between God and the world, and the meaning of the body. Featuring an impressive list of contributors, Love Alone Is Credible
is a tribute to the profound relevance of Balthasar's thought.Contributors:
David S. Crawford
V. Bradley Lewis
Margaret H. McCarthy
William L. Portier
Juan M. Sara
Adrian J. Walker
"A welcome and long-awaited tribute to Balthasar's life and work. . . . [Schindler] successfully presents Balthasar's continued relevance; the collection will serve well both scholars and graduate students."