The Resource A Trinitarian anthropology : Adrienne Von Speyr & Hans Urs Von Balthasar in dialogue with Thomas Aquinas, Michele M. Schumacher

A Trinitarian anthropology : Adrienne Von Speyr & Hans Urs Von Balthasar in dialogue with Thomas Aquinas, Michele M. Schumacher

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A Trinitarian anthropology : Adrienne Von Speyr & Hans Urs Von Balthasar in dialogue with Thomas Aquinas
Title
A Trinitarian anthropology
Title remainder
Adrienne Von Speyr & Hans Urs Von Balthasar in dialogue with Thomas Aquinas
Statement of responsibility
Michele M. Schumacher
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Contributor
Provider
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Schumacker systematically exposits the Trinitarian theological anthropology of von Speyr, as it emerges through her vast corpus, in parallel with a development of the same theme in Balthasar's work. ... Finally, the volume exposits Aquinas's own doctrine on theological discourse, in view of initiating a dialogue wiwth his disciples." -- publisher's description
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Schumacher, Michele M
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
BX4705.S75
LC item number
S38 2014
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Speyr, Adrienne von
  • Balthasar, Hans Urs von
  • Thomas
  • Catholic Church
  • Trinity
Label
A Trinitarian anthropology : Adrienne Von Speyr & Hans Urs Von Balthasar in dialogue with Thomas Aquinas, Michele M. Schumacher
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 399-439) and indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine generated contents note: 1.Analogies of the Trinity: St. Thomas Aquinas, Hans Urs von Balthasar, and Adrienne von Speyr -- The Historical Context of the "Tension" between the Theology of Balthasar and that of St. Thomas -- The Analogy of Being and the Psychological Model of the Trinity: St. Thomas Aquinas -- A Trinitarian Analogy of Freedom: Hans Urs von Balthasar -- An Analogy of Surrender: Adrienne von Speyr -- A Trinitiarian "Resolution" of Human "Tensions" or Polarities -- 2.The Difference-in-Unity of Faith's Object and Act: A Speyrian Methodology of Gift Encountering Gift -- Discerning the Unity of Adrienne's Mission and Theology of Mission under Balthasar's Regard -- A "Theodramatic" Hermeneutic: The Theologian's Openness to the Divine "Ever-More" -- Faith: A Participation in the Revelatory Disposition of Christ -- Adrienne, the Mystic: Balthasar's Model "Theologian" -- The Fruits of Adrienne's Faith as a Gift for the Church -- 3.The Nature-Grace Difference-in-Unity: The Expansion of Human Liberty to the "Measure" of the Divine (Theological Persons) -- Introduction: The Question of Human Fulfillment -- St. Thomas on Human Fulfillment: Human Participation in Divine Knowledge and Love -- A Balthasarian Understanding of Human Fulfillment: Human Surrender within Divine Surrender -- A Speyrian Understanding of the Image of God: Nature and Grace -- Human Perfection in Divine Communion as Viewed by Adrienne von Speyr -- The Mystery of Grace and Merit from the Perspective of the Mutual Immanence of Christ and the Christian -- Breaking Boundaries from Within: The Expansion of Human Nature by Christ in the Christian -- The Expansion of the Christian's Assent to the "Proportion" of God's Surrender -- Mary-Church or Person as Response: An Anticipation of Balthasar's "Theological Person" -- Conclusion: Breaking the Boundary between Nature and Grace -- 4.The Body-Spirit Difference-in-Unity: A Speyrian Theology of the Body -- Introduction to a Speyrian Theology of the Body -- The Body-Spirit "Tension" in Balthasar's Work -- The Heart of Adrienne's Theology of the Body: The Incarnation as a Revelation of Trinitarian Love -- Adrienne's Incarnational Perspective: A Corporal-Spiritual Unity -- Sacraments as the Archetypal Form of Human Life: The Example of Christian Marriage -- The Eucharist of the Father and the Son: Our Inclusion in Trinitarian Love -- The Eucharist of Believers: A Corporal-Spiritual Participation in Christ's Mission -- Mary-Church, the Body of Christ -- 5.The Individual-Community Difference-in-Unity: The Trinitarian Face of Redemption and the Ecclesial Existence of the Christian -- An Introduction to the Individual-Community Difference-in-Unity in the Works of Adrienne von Speyr and Hans Urs von Balthasar -- The Trinitarian Difference-in-Unity Revealed in "Alienation": Balthasar's Redemption by Substitution -- The Love Command at the Service of Divine Communion: Toward a More Adequate Theology of Redemption -- The Redemptive Gift of Surrender -- Abiding in Love: Communicating Love Received -- Conclusion: Redemption as a Mystery of Reciprocal Surrender -- Postscript: An Alternative Interpretation of Christological "Abandonment" -- 6.The Man-Woman Difference-in-Unity: A "Trinitarian" Theology of the Sexes -- Introduction: Sexual Differentiation Viewed from the Perspective of Christ's Assumption of Human Nature -- Balthasar's Regard from Above in His Treatment of the Difference-in-Union of the Sexes -- The Complementarity of the Sexes within the Sublime Order of Redemption as Viewed by Adrienne von Speyr -- The Natural "Tension" between the Sexes and Their Reciprocity in View of Grace -- "Masculine" and "Feminine" Forms of Surrender -- The Transition between the "Feminine" and "Masculine" Qualities of Love in Christ -- "Masculine" and "Feminine" Missions -- Conclusion: Sexual Differentiation and Divine Differentiation -- 7.A Critical Appraisal of the Trinitarian Anthropology of Adrienne von Speyr as Appropriated by Hans Urs von Balthasar -- The Trinitarian Dynamic Called into Question: Analogical and Metaphorical Descriptions of the Godhead -- Confusion of the Divine and Human Natures in Christ? -- A Distortion of the Catholic Balance between Philosophy and Theology? -- A "Loss" in the Godhead? -- The Center of the Whole: Descent or Surrender? -- The Grounding of the Analogy between Creator and Creature: The "Distance" Implied in Surrender -- General Conclusion: Difference-in-Unity: An Invitation to Dialogue in the Spirit of Catholicism -- Analogical and Katalogical Reasoning: Balthasar and St. Thomas -- An Analogy of Reciprocal Surrender: Divine "Enrichment" or Human Fulfillment? -- A Challenge for Balthasarian Scholars: Situating His Appropriation of Adrienne's Doctrine within the Tradition -- The Question of Interpreting Adrienne von Speyr's Presumably Mystical Experiences
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 451 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780813226989
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
40024404188
Other physical details
illustration.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
99965033706
System control number
(NhCcYBP)11849464
Label
A Trinitarian anthropology : Adrienne Von Speyr & Hans Urs Von Balthasar in dialogue with Thomas Aquinas, Michele M. Schumacher
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 399-439) and indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine generated contents note: 1.Analogies of the Trinity: St. Thomas Aquinas, Hans Urs von Balthasar, and Adrienne von Speyr -- The Historical Context of the "Tension" between the Theology of Balthasar and that of St. Thomas -- The Analogy of Being and the Psychological Model of the Trinity: St. Thomas Aquinas -- A Trinitarian Analogy of Freedom: Hans Urs von Balthasar -- An Analogy of Surrender: Adrienne von Speyr -- A Trinitiarian "Resolution" of Human "Tensions" or Polarities -- 2.The Difference-in-Unity of Faith's Object and Act: A Speyrian Methodology of Gift Encountering Gift -- Discerning the Unity of Adrienne's Mission and Theology of Mission under Balthasar's Regard -- A "Theodramatic" Hermeneutic: The Theologian's Openness to the Divine "Ever-More" -- Faith: A Participation in the Revelatory Disposition of Christ -- Adrienne, the Mystic: Balthasar's Model "Theologian" -- The Fruits of Adrienne's Faith as a Gift for the Church -- 3.The Nature-Grace Difference-in-Unity: The Expansion of Human Liberty to the "Measure" of the Divine (Theological Persons) -- Introduction: The Question of Human Fulfillment -- St. Thomas on Human Fulfillment: Human Participation in Divine Knowledge and Love -- A Balthasarian Understanding of Human Fulfillment: Human Surrender within Divine Surrender -- A Speyrian Understanding of the Image of God: Nature and Grace -- Human Perfection in Divine Communion as Viewed by Adrienne von Speyr -- The Mystery of Grace and Merit from the Perspective of the Mutual Immanence of Christ and the Christian -- Breaking Boundaries from Within: The Expansion of Human Nature by Christ in the Christian -- The Expansion of the Christian's Assent to the "Proportion" of God's Surrender -- Mary-Church or Person as Response: An Anticipation of Balthasar's "Theological Person" -- Conclusion: Breaking the Boundary between Nature and Grace -- 4.The Body-Spirit Difference-in-Unity: A Speyrian Theology of the Body -- Introduction to a Speyrian Theology of the Body -- The Body-Spirit "Tension" in Balthasar's Work -- The Heart of Adrienne's Theology of the Body: The Incarnation as a Revelation of Trinitarian Love -- Adrienne's Incarnational Perspective: A Corporal-Spiritual Unity -- Sacraments as the Archetypal Form of Human Life: The Example of Christian Marriage -- The Eucharist of the Father and the Son: Our Inclusion in Trinitarian Love -- The Eucharist of Believers: A Corporal-Spiritual Participation in Christ's Mission -- Mary-Church, the Body of Christ -- 5.The Individual-Community Difference-in-Unity: The Trinitarian Face of Redemption and the Ecclesial Existence of the Christian -- An Introduction to the Individual-Community Difference-in-Unity in the Works of Adrienne von Speyr and Hans Urs von Balthasar -- The Trinitarian Difference-in-Unity Revealed in "Alienation": Balthasar's Redemption by Substitution -- The Love Command at the Service of Divine Communion: Toward a More Adequate Theology of Redemption -- The Redemptive Gift of Surrender -- Abiding in Love: Communicating Love Received -- Conclusion: Redemption as a Mystery of Reciprocal Surrender -- Postscript: An Alternative Interpretation of Christological "Abandonment" -- 6.The Man-Woman Difference-in-Unity: A "Trinitarian" Theology of the Sexes -- Introduction: Sexual Differentiation Viewed from the Perspective of Christ's Assumption of Human Nature -- Balthasar's Regard from Above in His Treatment of the Difference-in-Union of the Sexes -- The Complementarity of the Sexes within the Sublime Order of Redemption as Viewed by Adrienne von Speyr -- The Natural "Tension" between the Sexes and Their Reciprocity in View of Grace -- "Masculine" and "Feminine" Forms of Surrender -- The Transition between the "Feminine" and "Masculine" Qualities of Love in Christ -- "Masculine" and "Feminine" Missions -- Conclusion: Sexual Differentiation and Divine Differentiation -- 7.A Critical Appraisal of the Trinitarian Anthropology of Adrienne von Speyr as Appropriated by Hans Urs von Balthasar -- The Trinitarian Dynamic Called into Question: Analogical and Metaphorical Descriptions of the Godhead -- Confusion of the Divine and Human Natures in Christ? -- A Distortion of the Catholic Balance between Philosophy and Theology? -- A "Loss" in the Godhead? -- The Center of the Whole: Descent or Surrender? -- The Grounding of the Analogy between Creator and Creature: The "Distance" Implied in Surrender -- General Conclusion: Difference-in-Unity: An Invitation to Dialogue in the Spirit of Catholicism -- Analogical and Katalogical Reasoning: Balthasar and St. Thomas -- An Analogy of Reciprocal Surrender: Divine "Enrichment" or Human Fulfillment? -- A Challenge for Balthasarian Scholars: Situating His Appropriation of Adrienne's Doctrine within the Tradition -- The Question of Interpreting Adrienne von Speyr's Presumably Mystical Experiences
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 451 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780813226989
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
40024404188
Other physical details
illustration.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
99965033706
System control number
(NhCcYBP)11849464

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