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Theo-Logic, vol. III: The Spirit of the Truth

by von Balthasar, Hans Urs

Ignatius 2005

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Overview

The final volume of Theo-Logic focuses on the work of the Holy Spirit. Though Balthasar devotes some thought to the relations within the Trinity and to the problem of the filioque, he spends the better part of the volume presenting his ideas of the objective and subjective aspects of the Spirit’s person and work.

With the Logos edition the reader has an abundance of resources that offer applicable and insightful material for their study. You can easily search the subject of theological “logic” to access an assortment of useful resources and perspectives from a variety of pastors and theologians.

Key Features

  • Focuses on the work of the Holy Spirit
  • Discerns the unity of the trinitarian work of salvation in the Church and in the cosmos

Praise for the Print Edition

Balthasar’s most important works, at least in his own eyes, are not his writings but his foundations.

—Peter Henrici

. . . meeting Balthasar was for me the beginning of a lifelong friendship I can only be thankful for. Never again have I found anyone with such a comprehensive theological and humanistic education as Balthasar . . . and I cannot even begin to say how much I owe to my encounter with him.

—Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI)

Product Details

  • Title: Theo-Logic, vol. III: The Spirit of the Truth
  • Author: Hans Urs von Balthasar
  • Publisher: Ignatius
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 450

About Hans Urs von Balthasar

Hans Urs von Balthasar (1905–1988) was a Swiss theologian, considered to be one of the most important Catholic intellectuals and writers of the twentieth century. Incredibly prolific and diverse, he wrote over one hundred books and hundreds of articles. He was nominated to be a cardinal of the Catholic Church, but died two days before his ceremony.