Your Custom Discount
This collection includes seven significant works by respected academic and prominent Catholic theologian Aidan Nichols. Over the course of his career, he has written about many important historical figures. This seven-volume collection highlights Nichols’ view on two who have been particularly important to Catholic theology—Joseph Ratzinger and Hans Urs von Balthasar. Nichols demonstrates an authoritative understanding of von Balthasar with commentaries on The Glory of the Lord, Theo-Drama, Theo-Logic, and several lesser-known works by the great Swiss thinker. This collection is rounded out with the succinct but thorough Shape of Catholic Theology, making it an excellent introduction to the works of Aidan Nichols and a valuable addition to any library.
The Logos version integrates seamlessly into your personal digital library and allows you to access dictionaries and other reference resources with a click. Read your preferred Scripture translation alongside these works for a more robust understanding of Catholicism and the theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar.
- The Thought of Pope Benedict XVI: An Introduction to the Theology of Joseph Ratzinger
- Shape of Catholic Theology: An Introduction to Its Sources, Principles, and History
- Divine Fruitfulness: A Guide through Balthasar’s Theology beyond the Trilogy
- Scattering the Seed: A Guide through Balthasar’s Early Writings on Philosophy and the Arts
- Word Has Been Abroad: A Guide through Balthasar’s Aesthetics
- No Bloodless Myth: A Guide through Balthasar’s Dramatics
- Say It Is Pentecost: A Guide through Balthasar’s Logic
- Title: Aidan Nichols Collection
- Author: Aidan Nichols
- Publishers: Burns and Oates and T&T Clark
- Volumes: 7
- Pages: 2,132
About Aidan Nichols
Aidan Nichols is the prior of Blackfriars in Cambridge, England, and a leading Roman Catholic writer and theologian. His other books include A Grammar of Consent, Looking at the Liturgy, Discovering Aquinas, The Panther and the Hind, and Christendom Awake: On Reenergizing the Church in Culture.