Christology with Lonergan and Balthasar
Melrose Press, 2005 - 128 pagini
Tthe author presents a series of lucid, concise essays covering and examining a range of relevant subjects in the spirit of two theologians, Lonergan and Balthasar, all building ideas with the aim of answering, or at least forming, a basis for the answer to the question that Jesus asked Who do you say I am'.
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