Hans Urs von Balthasar, Johann Metz

Who Said You Can’t Bridge Metz and Balthasar?

My friend, colleague, Hegel reading buddy, fellow phd student here at Marquette, and many other illustrious titles — Thomas Bridges — has now posted on his blog something he showed to me a few days ago: Balthasar’s aesthetic irruption. Needless to say, I’ve now got an explicit quote for something I was already devising for the Leuven conference in the fall/Balthasar paper this semester. Woo hoo. Bridges, you beautiful, beautiful man.

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5 thoughts on “Who Said You Can’t Bridge Metz and Balthasar?

  1. Pingback: The Irruption of (twelve year old) Jesus of Nazareth « La Perruque

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