Series: Theo-Logic

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Theo-Logic: Theological Logical Theory : The Truth of the World Vol. 1 by Hans Urs von Balthasar1
Theo-Logic (v. 2): Truth of God by Hans Urs von Balthasar2
Theo-Logic, vol. 3: The Spirit Of Truth by Hans Urs von Balthasar3

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  1. The Word Has Been Abroad: A Guide Through Balthasar's Aesthetics by Aidan Nichols (1998)
  2. Say It Is Pentecost: A Guide Through Balthasar's Logic (Introduction to Hans Urs Von Balthasar) by Aidan Nichols (2001)
  3. Seeing the Form (The Glory of the Lord, v. 1) by Hans Urs von Balthasar (1982)
  4. The Cambridge Companion to Hans Urs von Balthasar by Edward T. Oakes (2004)
  5. Love Alone Is Credible: Hans Urs Von Balthasar As Interpreter of the Catholic Tradition (Ressourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought) by David L. Schindler (2008)
  6. Scandal of the Incarnation: Irenaeus Against the Heresies by Irenaeus (1990)
  7. No Bloodless Myth: A Guide Through Balthasar's Dramatics by Aidan Nichols (1999)
  8. Word and Silence: Hans Urs Von Balthasar and the Spiritual Encounter Between East and West by Raymond Gawronski (1995)
  9. Foundations of Christian Faith: An Introduction to the Idea of Christianity by Karl Rahner (1976)
  10. The Mystery of the Supernatural by Henri de Lubac (1946)
  11. The Suspended Middle: Henri De Lubac And The Debate Concerning The Supernatural by John Milbank (2005)
  12. The God of Jesus Christ by Walter Kasper (1983)
  13. Theological Investigations, Vol. 23: Final Writings by Karl Rahner (1992)
  14. Hans Urs von Balthasar and Protestantism : the ecumenical implications of his theological style by Rodney Howsare (2005)
  15. Augustinianism and Modern Theology by Henri de Lubac (1968)

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